Embedded programming is basic for any system to work properly. It is
important for an embedded programmer to be familiar with the programming
interface of the systems.
In Embedded Systems Programming:
Getting Started, you’ll learn the essential skills for reading and
writing I/O lines, configuring peripherals such as analog and digital
converters, counter/timer modules, and the serial interface or UART.
Phases of Learning:
First, you’ll discover how to configure the clock system of the processor to balance performance and power consumption. Later, you’ll explore digital and analog inputs and outputs, and write interrupt service routines to handle real-time tasks quickly. Finally, you’ll delve into the basics of powerful debugging tools by putting the processor to sleep to extend the battery life of the system, and ultimately learn to refactor and organize your code. By the end of this course, you’ll have the fundamental skills necessary for embedded firmware development, helping you design and build products of your own.
After the completion of this course, you can get Employment in the following areas:
- Embedded System Companies
- Embedded System Development Companies
- DCD and Embedded System Companies
- Research Organizations
- Colleges & Universities
Embedded System Programming Job Types:
- Embedded System Engineer
- Embedded Developer
- Embedded System Programmer
- DCD and Embedded System Designer
- Computer Teacher/Computer Faculty
- Computer Science Teacher/ Professor
Average Starting Salary: INR 5 to 12 lakhs per annum