HERE'S WHAT'S INCLUDED WITH FOUNDATIONS OF ARM
This course is built from ground-up with a focus on the ARM cortex processor and it will teach you essential things that are often overlooked on how the low level assembly code, registers, program counter, link register, and stack pointer (to name a few) are working together to bring your code to life. With this understanding we dive into setting up the development environment from scratch to give you an understanding of how your development toolchain is working. Next, you will use this toolchain to program the DAC to output a waveform to learn how the processor interacts with it's peripherals.
With this understanding, you will be able to program applications on the ARM Cortex-M platform with confidence and without hesitation. I’m always available to help you through this journey if you have questions along the way.
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On completion of the course, a certificate is awarded to you which showcases your mastery in the subject matter.
SOLID FOUNDATIONS WITH HANDS-ON LEARNING
The course is divided into two major parts. The first half dives into the fundamentals of ARM Cortex-M architecture, including the programmers model, exception model, memory layout, bus-interfaces and the core peripherals inside the Cortex-M. In this section, the theoretical concepts are supplemented with hands-on lab sessions to deepen your understanding of the subject matter being discussed.
In the next half of the course, we will set up Ubuntu as our operating system, install the Eclipse open source development environment, and set up the GNU ARM Toolchain which will allow you to compile your code. We will also set up an open source debugging solution called OpenOCD. We finish off this course with hands-on projects using a graphical utility from STMicro called STCube. For the hands-on projects we will be using the STM32F3 Nucleo development board, but you can choose to follow along with any development board of your choice.
"I really enjoined this course. The instructor is well prepared and always willing and ready to help!"
- Catalin V, Engineering Manager
"Good clear narration and easy to follow videos. The instructor is also going at a good pace and the lectures are pretty engaging."
- Patrick C., Senior Test Engineer
"I believe this course will provide a strong basis for understanding and developing code for embedded systems"
- Ken R., Embedded Engineer
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR
STUDENTS AND ENGINEERS WHO WANT TO GROW IN THEIR CAREERS
If you are an embedded systems enthusiast, professional or student who is struggling to start programming on the ARM Cortex-M platform, this course if for you. If you have worked with Arduino before, and have basic working knowledge of embedded systems, this course is for you. If you have already been working with ARM Cortex microcontrollers and want to gain a deeper understanding of the processor’s fundamentals, then this course is for you!
HERE'S WHAT HARDWARE WILL BE NEEDED FOR THIS COURSES
I use the STM32f303RE Nucleo dev board for this course.
The only part that will be different for you if you use a different dev board is the last section, when we use a graphical software called STCubeMX to generate the low level HAL drivers for the DAC. Every silicon company has their own set of drivers, so you can easily use the ones provided by TI, Atmel or Microchip instead. And of course, I'll be there to guide you if you need further assistance during the course.
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