Dan Saks is the President of Saks & Associates, which offers training and consulting in C and C++ and their use in developing embedded systems. He has been a columnist for numerous publications, including The C/C++ Users Journal, The C++ Report, Embedded Systems Design, embedded.com and several other publications. Dan served as the first secretary of the C++ Standards Committee and contributed to the CERT Secure Coding Standards for C and C++.
Choosing the Right Integer Types in C and C++ (2018)
Motivated Reasoning (2015)
Representing Memory-mapped Devices As Objects (2015)