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Harm-André Verhoef

Product Manager

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Harm-André Verhoef joined the TASKING team in 1987 when assembly language was still commonly used for embedded applications. As the Head of Product Management at TASKING, he oversees the TASKING R&D and services teams and works closely with semiconductor vendors and strategic accounts. Harm-André studied Computer Science in the Netherlands and Internet Marketing at Harvard Business School and also served in the Royal Dutch Army. He later went on to found the first technical support organization for embedded development tools at TASKING.
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Harm-André Verhoef
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Product Manager
Recent Blogs 5 Posts
October 2016
Oct 28, 2016 • Harm-André Verhoef
Through Altium’s long standing, close cooperation with Infineon Technologies the team at TASKING has always been able to deliver outstanding support for new microcontroller variants to the market early on.
September 2016
Sep 30, 2016 • Harm-André Verhoef
The new TASKING TriCore™ VX-toolset is built specifically to help meet the highest safety standards and increased performance required of today’s multi-core based applications. Its ACT (AURIX™ Configuration Tool) driven technology makes it not just another compiler, but a future-proof developer platform equipped for fast-paced development.
August 2016
Aug 24, 2016 • Harm-André Verhoef
TASKING Safety Checker can be used in various industries where IEC 61508 related regulations are in place, like ISO 26262 in automotive. It fully supports the ISO-C standard, but it needs a simple configuration to be used in context with compiler specific C extensions. This blog provides sources for such configurations.
Aug 15, 2016 • Harm-André Verhoef
TASKING Safety Checker assists embedded software developers with safety-related analysis of application code and providing evidence for Freedom From Interference, for example for certification of automotive software applications conform the ISO 26262 functional safety standard or similar interpretations of IEC 61508 in other industries. The standalone version of TASKING Safety Checker can be used to check embedded code independent from the tool chain used and is introduced in this blog