Master bare metal embedded system programming with AVR uC
What you'll learn
- AVR Micro-controller architecture & it's working - Instruction execution, pipelining, stack pointer & interrupts
- C, AVR assembly programming & implement mixed language projects
- Arguments and return values passing from a function to another, how memory & CPU registers are allocated during program execution
- How hardware manages program stack and management of local & global variables
- Interrupts, interrupt vector table (IVT) and interrupt service routine (ISR), IVT & ISR programming
- Build environment setup, GNU tools & utilities & build automation using GNU Make
- Setup in-circuit programmer and USB-Serial adapter, flash & configure ATmega328 micro-controller
- GPIO Programming, 4x4 keypad interfacing & driver development
>>> Your Search for In-depth Embedded System Programming Course ends here!! <<<
If you want to know how to kick start embedded programming skill and level up your career, read on. Hello, my name is Arabinda Verma and I have spent more than 15 years in research & software development, trained hundreds of graduates in programming and software engineering. When I ask students to tell me what their biggest challenge while learning Embedded Programming is, they all say the same thing: “Fundamentals are not clear.” To really become comfortable with embedded systems, students need guidance, mentorship, and practice. This isn’t always the case in programming schools and universities despite the high investments in time and money that they require.
This made me design this course, which will take you from the basics of embedded training to the advanced microcontroller architectures.
Why this course?
Embedded systems might appear complex to newcomers or even experienced programmers. With a different pedagogic approach, this course will help you become familiar with different aspects of this area, which will prove particularly helpful regardless of your experience in programming.
The course helps you build a sound understanding of C & Assembly programming. It discusses the architecture of the ATMega328 microcontroller and how software and hardware interact. You will gain here foundational knowledge, applied skills, hands-on programming exercises, proper guidance and mentorship.
I strongly believe that even the most complex contexts can be broken down to be assimilated by all students, regardless of their level.
Plus a 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE if you're not satisfied for any reason.
What you will gain from this course?
You will rig-up the development board using the basic electronic components like capacitors, resistors, LEDs, microcontroller etc. And interface the development board with PC through USB-serial adapter and in-circuit programming. You shall setup the development environment on PC, configure the microcontroller and flash the bootloader.
You will learn memory management through the C compiler, microcontroller architecture, instruction execution, interrupt handling and cross-language programming. You shall implement programs using the C and Assembly programming languages and implement pre-main functionalities to bring up the development board. These topics not only introduce you to the programming but also prepare you to deal with the ecosystem of programming an embedded system.
What other students are saying about this course?
Lots of students have already taken the right decision by enrolling in the course. Following is what they are saying.
"........ Arabinda Verma has done an excellent job of making the basic of microcontroller for anyone who is struggling in developing embedded concepts. Furthermore, after completing internal's and peripherals very clear through his tutorials. It serves as a good foundation course the course I am more confident in writing my own drivers for the microcontroller. For the best result, I would suggest to purchase any hardware board of AVR architecture and implement the code discussed in the tutorials. I am also looking forward to Arabinda's other tutorial. Happy Learning :)" -Yousuf
"Awesome course for beginners to build foundation of embedded system and C programming. The best part of the course is to build the development board on the breadboard and run/test programs........." - Akash
"Very useful course to learn and understand embedded systems." - Ajaganna
Planned updates to this course
On the demand of our student’s we are continuously bringing updates that could help you more in this topic. Updates to this course are life time free for enrolled students Let’s talk more about this in the discussions section inside this course.
Update 4 (5th, Feb'19): Added EEPROM programming & driver development.
Update 3 (22nd, Jan’19): Added a section for programming challenges solution.
Update 2 (15th, Jan’19): Added section on GPIO
Update 1 (1st, Jan'19): Restructured the course.
Now you don’t need to spend hours finding out a right course, instructor, study material for embedded programming. If you are in any way not satisfied, for any reason, you can get a full refund from Udemy within 30 days. The course comes with a ”No questions asked money back guarantee for 30 days". So, there is nothing for you to lose.
Enroll today and jump into the fascinating world of embedded systems to gain top skills and knowledge in this so-promising area of programming.
Who this course is for:
- Students who want to learn/understand a fairly complex microcontroller based project from scratch
- Students who are studying embedded system & want to acquire deeper insight
- Engineers who want to kick-start career in embedded system programming
- Individual who wants to learn microcontroller & programming
- Hobbits & electronics enthusiast
Arabinda is an Entrepreneur, Educator, Researcher and Software professional. He has Bachelor degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surathkal (NITK), India and Master degree in Electrical Engineering 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.
As an educator, Arabinda has trained hundreds of graduates on programming, software engineering, Android, software testing principals and Automation. He has mentored several engineers during stints at companies like Samsung, Amazon etc. He has also contributed and worked closely with start-up. He is an avid learner and loves to teach electronics and software programming to young students.