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Embedded Systems: C and Programming

An embedded system developer has to have a good understanding of the hardware being used and corresponding software, and more so from the perspective of time and space complexities.  The software development environment can either be on the hardware or on system that has cross compilation environment.  As of today majority of the embedded systems software development happens with the C programming language, and invariably the developer has to have an understanding of the language and the environment.

Concepts foundation by Eudaemonic Systems

The common factor between the hardware and software environments are the concepts.  At Eudaemonic Systems you will be given a firm footing in the concepts that govern the fundamentals of Embedded Systems: C and Programming which will be through:

How and what do you benefit from the learnings that has been thoughtfully crafted by the team at Eudaemonic Systems? You get to learn from technologists from the industry who have hands-on experience with Embedded Systems and Programming and will provide you the cutting edge technology learning experience using a MIPS32 processor based board and ARM as well.  You will also get to work on simulators and emulators of various processors as well to provide the experience of working in Real Time and Controlled Environment systems.

This is a hands-on session and the expectation that we have from you is that you will have the basic knowledge of C programming language and familiarity with SDLC, both the skills are mandatory.  A good-to-have skill will be the exposure to a variant of UNIX.

It will always be a pleasure to provide additional information about how you can benefit from the offered Embedded Systems C Programming module by Eudaemonic Systems, and to know more you can send in an email to info at eudaemonicsystems dot net or alternatively we are always available to assist you at the location or the telephone number indicated in the page Reach Us @.

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