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Richard Erlacher
12/23/11 08:43
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Denver, Co
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#185195 - No question about it, but doesn't that also contain risks?
Responding to: Per Westermark's previous message
It certainly makes it easier to write a virus that runs on more phones, doesn't it?

It would seem that there's a downside for every upside.

You're quite right, it's certainly dependent on priorities, and it doesn't matter whether the hardware is 10x or 100x as fast as required.

RE

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TopicAuthorDate
Wirth's law Does it apply to embedded systems?      Jez Smith      12/22/11 15:28      
   Same for embedded      Per Westermark      12/22/11 15:49      
      It's possible, but ...      Richard Erlacher      12/22/11 23:59      
         That obviously depends on priorities and focus        Per Westermark      12/23/11 00:35      
            Still Java      JecksonS Ben      12/23/11 01:13      
            embedded categories vs "ease of programming"      Erik Malund      12/23/11 08:08      
            No question about it, but doesn't that also contain risks?      Richard Erlacher      12/23/11 08:43      
   Speed, quality, cost      Oliver Sedlacek      12/23/11 02:43      
      I think they have to choose which one of the three ...      Richard Erlacher      12/23/11 08:46      
         Its time for me to get on my soapbox      Jez Smith      12/23/11 14:25      
            passing knowledge        Mahmood Elnasser      12/24/11 05:59      
   Software Bloat - or Feature Bloat?      Andy Neil      12/24/11 01:54      

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