ARM Microcontroller Software Development Workshop
Plano, TX USA — Oct 10, 2012
The MDK-ARM (Microcontroller Development Kit) speeds up the successful development of embedded applications. This class begins with creating, linking, and debugging simple projects, and then slowly introduces advanced features and debugging techniques.
The RTX Kernel and MDK-Professional provide solutions to handle the increasing complexity of microcontroller peripherals. On the third day of the workshop you will learn how to take advantage of these features.
Students will leave with an understanding of key tool features and how to use Keil's advanced optimizations in a project.
Who Should Attend:
Students are expected to have a basic understanding of C/C++ code and embedded programming.
The Microcontroller Development Kit supports ARM7, ARM9, Cortex-M and Cortex-R based microcontroller devices. It is perfect for the developer who requires industry-standard compilation tools and sophisticated debugging and simulation support.
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