Customers and business leaders expect bug-free products that work 100% of the time, but as a firmware engineer, you know that shipping a bug-free product is near impossible. Instead of trying to test every possible scenario before you ship, you need to focus on how you'll debug issues once your devices are in the field.
Watch this panel discussion with embedded engineering experts and hear their success stories and lessons learned from debugging in production. They share the best tools and techniques to use to track down those 1 in 1,000-hour bugs, efficiently root cause them, and push fixes before your end-users notice them.
Phillip Johnston is the founder of Embedded Artistry, an embedded systems consulting and education firm. Their mission is to bring embedded software development out of the dark ages and to help teams produce high-quality systems in a complex, fast-paced, rapidly changing world.
Tyler Hoffman is a Co-founder and Head of Developer Experience of Memfault. He is an embedded engineer with a passion for improving the productivity of development teams. Before Memfault, Tyler worked at Fitbit and Pebble as a firmware developer.