You are aware of very basic concepts of python programming language from this basic course. We have more than 7 years of programming in python. Starts with an extremely basic level. If you don't have any knowledge of programming that's going to be fine. By an example, you can learn every concept.
Python today has a demand for grate in industry. So if you learn this language, your dream job will also be helpful! Python is a language that is easy to learn and powerful. The code's size is too small. If you want to create a simple Hello World Java or C program it will take 6/7 line, but in python it's just "hello world" printing!
This Python training course for beginners leads students from the basics of writing and running Python scripts to more advanced features like file operations, regular expressions, working with binary data, and using Python modules ' extensive functionality. Python-specific features such as tuples, array slices, and output formatting are given extra emphasis.
Embedded system applications are mainly written in low level programming languages like C, Assembly etc. Scripting languages like Perl and python are used by embedded developers in following cases:
Python is heavily used for writing scripts which trigger and test various parameters of IUT (Implementation under test). You can write a framework which allows writing scripts in python which will send and receive data over serial port to communicate with device firmware. We would also like to point out that the kind of python used here is nothing like that used by web programmers. These scripts mainly focus on exercising various parameters of systems. And once again here also you will find yourself playing a lot with individual bytes/bits thus, using low level list manipulation.
Parsing logs and providing results at higher abstractions:
Here you use python to parse log files and come up with very high level logs which somebody not familiar with exact system can read and understand. For example you may run tests for a 'Command Interpreter system' at various baud rates and finally come up with a high level result providing information about Baud rate cutoff over or below which system does not work.