Embedded Systems Diploma in AMIT Learning
Many of you would ask almost the same question every day, what would it take to be an Embedded Software Engineer? The answer differs from one’s perspective to another, one would say it’s about experience, other would say that you have to be an electronics engineer to be able to understand the nature of the interface you are programming the chip for. I would go with the answer that it’s about being taught Embedded Systems Development courses. The clew to any knowledge is to learn under professional instructors, absorbs their experience and get oriented to the direct piece of information that you really need. You don’t need to be an electronics Engineer to understand the strength of your target available through programming, or being experienced to produce a piece of code that serves the microcontroller to produce certain functionality, or even be a qualified candidate for a well-known companies like IBM, Valeo, SysDSoft, Intel, and NewPortMedia. It’s simply about learning.
What is Embedded Systems?
It has more than one definition, it could be the system that service another big one providing some functionality, or it might be the system that is specialized in providing a specific task. For example, The Fire alarm, the navigation controller in cars -Auto Driver-, and mobile phones.
In AMIT Learning we provide that solution, Professional instructors, experienced instructors, working in the field for a minimum of three years, and having a previous experience in lecturing in a well known organizations like the ITI “Information Technology Institute” http://www.amit-learning.com/instructors.html. Here were you can get taught professionally. In addition to the idea of the professional staff, you are nominated to work on the real targets that many companies are working to, like Motorolla S12, Power PC, Fujitsu, and ARM. You are not going to work on the same boring extinct targets like Atmel 8051 that we used to learn when we were students.
Being a student at AMIT learning manages you to be a qualified candidate for any multinational company to work for it, or even to gain the knowledge that is required to start your own business in the field.
So, what subject should you learn to be an Embedded Software Engineer, or in other words, what should you learn?
After a long discussion with a two Embedded Software Engineers, a Senior Software Engineer and a Team Leader of a well-known multinational Company, we reach to the following results:
C Programming Language
Operating System Fundamentals
Embedded Systems Fundamentals in addition to Embedded System Architecture example
Software Engineering and Embedded Software Design
Embedded C Programming (c programming for embedded systems)
Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS)
Verification and Embedded System Testing
The order of these courses suits the students the best and have to be taught in that sequence. This is
the Standard Embedded Software Diploma in AMIT Learning.
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