Arduino Embedded C With Electronics/Schematics/PCB
What you'll learn
- All about Arduino and firmware programming
- Designing Electronic Schematics
- Designing PCB(Printed Circuit Boards)
- Understanding Of Programming At A Basic Level
In this course you will learn all about the Arduino board and how to program it. We go through various stages in this course and you are taught all about the basics of electronics and how to program Arduino firmware with Embedded C.
If you have never even picked up a wire in your life then this course is for you, by the end of this course you will have all the experience you need to get a good grade in a university module that's based on Arduino. You will have the experience required to further your education and you will know how to create some really fun little exercises in Arduino.
Not to mention you will also understand the basics of electronics at a fundamental level and have experience with various components such as resistors, LED's, diodes, capacitors and much more.
You are taught all about schematics and how to read and write them, as well as how to create printed circuit boards from these schematics so that you can have your very own circuit board shipped to your home based on your design!
This course also includes a Whack A Mole Game where you are taught how to create your very own little Arduino electronic game using LED's and push buttons
This course has a 30 day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied you can have your money back
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Firmware Developers
- Beginner's with Electronics
- People who want to learn how to read and create schematics
- People who want to learn how to create PCB(Printed Circuit Boards)
I am a software engineer that has been programming for 14+ years I have a Masters Degree in Advanced Computer Science from Cardiff Metropolitan University. My experience is extensive and covers web development all the way to compiler and interpreter development. I have also developed bootloaders and kernels that can boot from the FAT(File Allocation Table) filesystem.
I have developed two programming languages of my own. One is called Craft language. The other is called Marble which is a web language like PHP. I am currently developing a C compiler.
I also have programmed Linux kernel modules professionally in the workplace.
These days I am focused on providing my years of expertise to students to help them grow as professional software engineers.