C and C++ Programming Course Details
For Corporates & Industries
The main reason for using C programming is because of its versatility. C has been used successfully for nearly all types of project programming, from simple tablets to complex operating systems. C has features such as a portable compiler, a strong operator repository, easy and elegant to use syntax, user experience and a wide variety of data types.
C++ is a static, free-form, (usually) compiled, multi-paradigm, mid-level general-purpose programming language. Many of the operating systems, system drivers, browsers and games of today are using C++ as their core language. That makes C++ one of today's most popular languages.
- Learning about device tree & kernel source tree.
- Learning about development of Char & Block derivers.
- Implementing drivers in OS and analysis.
- The C programming language, by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie.
- The C++ programming language, by Bjarne Stroustrup.
The Sessions will be carried out as theory & practical sessions. In order to provide to-the-best service to the clients, it is advised to have 1 system & Board /attendee. Practical sessions will be carried out in Both Virtual Machines / Linux systems and in Target Embedded boards. Several Case studies which mainly impact on the importance of Embedded Linux systems will be discussed.
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Schedule of Topics
|Session 1||C programming for Embedded Systems
|Session 2||C++ programming for Embedded systems
Purpose of the Course
To learn & explore the building of Android for Embedded Platforms and to have a sound knowledge on porting techniques, Device driver access for your Product and services. In the PC world, one must be a competent C/C++ programmer. But embedded developers must have a deep understanding of both the programming languages and the hardware itself; no one can design, code, and test an interrupt service routine, for instance, without knowing where the interrupts come from, how the hardware prioritizes them, the tricks behind servicing that hardware, and machine-level details about saving and preserving the system's context. .
A firmware developer must have detailed insight into the hardware implementation of his system's peripherals before he can write a single line of driver code. In the PC world, the magic of the hardware is hidden behind an extensive API. In an embedded system, that API is always written by the engineers that are developing the product. Embedded software is in almost every electronic device in use today.
There is software hidden away inside our watches, VCRs, cellular phones, and even a few toasters. The military uses embedded software to guide missiles and detect enemy aircraft. And communication satellites, deep-space probes, and many medical instruments would've been nearly impossible to create without it. Someone has to write all that software, and there are tens of thousands of electrical engineers, computer scientists, and other professionals who actually do. I am one of them, and I know from my personal experience just how hard it can be to learn the craft. There aren't any embedded software courses in school, and I've never been able to find a decent book about the subject in any library. Each embedded system is unique, and the hardware is highly specialized to the application domain. As a result, embedded systems programming can be a widely varying experience and can take years to master. However, one common denominator across almost all embedded software development is the use of the C programming language.
The audience can be from any Industrial Sector or R&D Division, who has the interest in migrating to Embedded Linux with the following pre-requisites.
- Basic knowledge of Operating Systems.
- Sound Knowledge on Programming Approach