Hi, and welcome to your decision-making minutes when you’re about to choose whether you want to study this embedded systems and AVR microcontroller programming course. If your goal is to get in-depth knowledge about AVR microcontroller programming and how it works, become competent in C, AVR assembly programming and implementing mixed-language projects, learn embedded systems GPIO programming and do even more, then you’re in the right place to start. This detailed course will help you learn embedded programming and guide you through all the above topics and more to boost your confidence in microcontroller based projects and embedded systems programming.
Embedded systems control loads of devices that are commonly used today anywhere from mobile phones to medical devices, to manufacturing equipment or farming tools. They are small, fast, and very powerful parts of our life. Roughly, 98% of all microprocessors are made to serve as embedded system components, so specialists of embedded programming are needed worldwide. The digital revolution, a few decades old now, is at a stage where we couldn’t live normally without embedded systems.
This embedded systems programming course is designed to help you achieve success in learning this technology. I begin each section with a clear outline of goals and content that you’re about to cover, and end them with quizzes and round-ups so that you have a clearer view of the essential information in each section. Such pedagogical approach is there to help you engrave the information deeper into your brain, provide you with chances to practice the theoretical knowledge and learn AVR microcontroller and embedded systems programming.
This course is intended to help you learn embedded systems from the ground up. You won’t be using libraries bundled with C compiler nor any default pre-built libraries from third parties. Instead, you’ll be implementing fresh functionalities in your fresh projects. You will practice with developing a board from basic electronic components, an interface with a PC through USB serial adaptor, and then set up the needed environment on your PC configuring microcontroller and the bootloader yourself!
To bring the development board up, you’ll need to learn to manage memory with C compiler, also microcontroller architecture, and cross-language programming. You’ll practice with executing instructions, and later on, you’ll be implementing pre-main functionalities. You’ll also have a whole section dealing with AVR microcontroller to help you get a solid background. The scope of this embedded systems course is even broader with the purpose to prepare you for dealing with embedded programming.
In this embedded systems course, embedded programming will be explained in a simple and understandable manner. That’s why my teaching methods will guide you step-by-step so that you get hold of the programming logic and get ready to implement your own projects. Learning has to be fun and exciting, and students must see the practical value of all the lectures included, so I worked hard to guarantee those aspects in my course. Come, join, learn embedded programming and become a native in the ecosystem!
Arabinda is an Entrepreneur, Educator, Researcher and Software professional. He has Bachelor degree from National Institute of Technology, Surathkal (NITK), India and Master degree from Advance Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea. He has published several patents and papers in conferences of repute.
He has spent more than 15 years in research and software development. He has worked over a decade on Embedded System design and development and steered several embedded software development projects. He has lead the implementation of ITU-T protocols and standards on Embedded devices like multi-functional printers, audio video bridge and mobile devices.
He has trained hundreds of graduates on programming, software engineering, Android, software testing principles and Automation. He has mentored several engineers during stints at companies like Samsung, Amazon etc. He is an avid learner and loves to teach electronics and software programming to young students.