About Code Confidence

Code Confidence was founded by John Dallaway in 2009. Formerly with Red Hat and eCosCentric, John brings a wealth of experience in software development, training, project management and customer support to the company.

We support our customers throughout their project lifecycles by offering development tools, training, consulting and advice of the highest quality. Our success derives from our agility in adapting to rapidly evolving customer requirements.

Legal status

Code Confidence Ltd is a privately held limited liability company registered in England and Wales.
All prices exclude Value Added Tax (VAT).

Company registration number: 6974658
VAT registration number: 978 2242 88

Registered with the Income Tax Department of India (corporate PAN).

Partners

ARM Connected Community
ARM innovations in high performance, low power technology are supported by the industry’s largest network of Partners - the ARM Connected Community - who provide a complete solution, from design to manufacture and end use, for products based on the ARM® architecture.

eg3.com
eg3.com is a free web portal and email service in embedded systems, DSP, board-level (PC/104, AdvancedTCA, CPCI, VME, etc.), RTOS/Real-time, and FPGA markets. eg3.com covers both products and services, and produces Insider Guides to RTOS, FPGA, Boards, and embedded services.

Lauterbach Development Tools
Lauterbach is the largest manufacturer of emulators and debuggers worldwide. Founded in 1979, the company has over 30 years of experience in embedded microprocessor designs and development tools.

Legal statements

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Blackfin® is a registered trademark of Analog Devices Inc.
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ColdFire® is a registered trademark of Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
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eCos® is a registered trademark of eCosCentric Limited.
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FreeRTOS™ is a trademark of Real Time Engineers Limited.
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Nios® is a registered trademark of Altera Corporation.
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Power Architecture™ is a trademark of Power.org.
PowerPC® is a registered trademark of IBM Corporation.
RedBoot™ is a trademark of Red Hat Inc.
SuperH™ is a trademark of Renesas Technology Corporation.
TRACE32® is a registered trademark of Lauterbach GmbH.
Ubuntu® is a registered trademark of Canonical Ltd.
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News

2017-09-15 : Code Confidence announces tools update for eCos -- based on Eclipse Oxygen IDE. More…
2017-08-10 : Code Confidence Tools for FreeRTOS updated for Eclipse Oxygen IDE. More…
2015-10-02 : Hard fault exception decoding added to Code Confidence Tools for FreeRTOS. More…
2012-11-19 : Lauterbach TRACE32 PowerTools validation with Code Confidence Tools for eCos. More…

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