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25 September 2019 News

Harmony Electronics offers a course to learn the ANSI ‘C’ embedded control language in just 10 weeks. The training takes place on Saturday mornings over three hours at a cost of R350 per hour (R1050 total per week). Delegates can choose the environment that suits them best:

• Programming in ANSI C using MPLABX and XC32 compiler.

• Programming in ANSI C using Atollic Eclipse IDE.

• 1.3 Programming in ANSI C using the Arm version 6.10 compiler and Keil uVision.

The courses provide professional training by an accredited Arm trainer, allowing attendees to speed their time to market by developing professional C-code for portability. Delegates will learn shortcuts to improve development time, with faster, efficient coding, and learn to use the most popular world-class IDEs in the market: Keil by Arm, Atollic TrueStudio by STMicroelectronics and Microchip MplabX.

The courses are given in small classes for tailored, individualised attention, and ensure hands-on, interactive training for core concepts to aid in real-world applications. Multiple hands-on exercises are performed during each class. Each participant has to bring their own laptop with software installed prior to the course. The course material, exercises and their solutions (source code) will be provided to each participant on a USB stick.




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