Traning on basic and advanced level as well as customized courses.
We have over 30 years of experience within embedded programming and tools. Take the opportunity to learn from us, and
Getting tips and tricks from someone who knows the tools can be an invaluable asset to get the basics quickly and be able to start working in an efficient way. Even for experienced developers, there are always new things to learn and new features to benefit from within embedded development.
This course explores the internals of a compiler and debugger, and provides useful tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your development projects. It focuses on advanced debugging techniques and how to find efficient ways to get rid of bugs.
The course includes two full days of in-depth lectures and hands-on training, course material, and lunch. If applicable, course is held in local language.
Anyone with basic knowledge of embedded software design who would like to improve and maintain their skills, write more efficient code, and immerse into advanced debugging.
After this course, you will be able to:
IAR Embedded Workbench for Arm and a Cortex-M3/M4 hardware device will be used as a training platform.
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I just started with embedded programming, and with help from IAR Academy I got up and running quickly in my project.
When gone through the course, I realized that I had only scratched the surface of all the available functionality and possibilities. Now, I know so much more.
I have learned several new tricks and features that will help me in my daily work.
To get me started, a colleague of mine recommended this course as it has an straight-forward ”learning by doing” approach.
We have been working with IAR Embedded Workbench and non-ARM architectures for a long time, and now when we stepped into the ARM field we wanted to dig deeper into the extensive debugging features available.