Microchip bietet wieder zwei interessante Master Workshop Days an. Überzeugen Sie sich vom praxisnahen, durchweg hilfreichen Trainingsprogramm Microchips
am 11.04.2018 in 42781 Haan zum Thema: “ARM® Cortex® M0+ bare metal and 8 Bit AVR programming experience”
am 12.04.2018 in 85737 Ismaning zum Thema: “Creating Simple and Advanced PIC32 Embedded Applications Using MPLAB® Harmony”
Anmelden können Sie sich unter folgendem Link: http://techtrain.microchip.com/eumasters/workshops.aspx
Hier ein kleiner Abriss der Trainingsinhalte:
ARM® Cortex® M0+ bare metal and 8 Bit AVR programming experience.
During this full-day workshop we will cover the AVR architecture, interrupts, event system, power management and bare metal C coding for SAM ARM® Cortex® M0+ Microcontrollers. The AVR architecture introduction is followed by digging deeper into AVR’s analog and digital peripheral internals. We will walk through Atmel studio project creation and in-circuit debugging as well as creating Atmel START projects. Your Atmel Studio proficiency is further developed as we move on to bare metal C coding for ATSAMD21. The workshop includes hands-on experience with ATSAMD21-XPRO and ATTINY817-XPRO development boards. During this engineering focused day you will get a good overview of the AVR and SAM product portfolio and boost your productivity with real-hardware hands-on experience. We will also have time to get into your individual questions.
Creating Simple and Advanced PIC32 Embedded Applications Using MPLAB® Harmony.
MPLAB® Harmony is a modular framework that provides interoperable firmware libraries for PIC32 application development. These libraries include drivers, system services and middleware. In this class, you will be introduced to the basic concepts and benefits of the MPLAB Harmony Framework. You will learn how easy it is to create simple embedded applications using MPLAB Harmony Framework and MPLAB Harmony Configuration tools. During the advanced session you will learn how to use the full power of Harmony’s advanced concepts, middleware and finally port your Harmony Application to a RTOS. We will also have time to get into your individual questions.
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