ARM Cortex-A8 Software Design
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ARM Cortex-A8 Software Design is a 4-day comprehensive class that introduces the ARM Cortex®-A8 architecture and the ARM development systems.
Who should attend?
Software engineers designing applications for platforms based around the ARM Cortex-A8 processor Core.
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Delegates should have some knowledge of embedded systems, and a basic understanding of embedded programming in C and assembler. A basic awareness of ARM is useful, but not essential.
This class uses training materials developed by ARM.
- Introduction to the ARM Architecture
- ARM tools overview
- RVDS introductory workbook
- Assembler programing for ARM processors
- ARM assembler workbook
- Exception handling
- Exception handling workbook
- ARM Caches and TCMs
- Memory management
- Synchronization support
- C/C++ compiler hints and tips
- Linker and libraries hints and tips
- Compilation tools workbook sections 1-4
- Software engineers' guide to the Cortex-A8
- Neon overview
- Further compiler/linker hints and tips
- Compilation tools workbook sections 5-6
- Introduction to trustzone
- Embedded software development
- Scatter loading workbook
- ARM debug and trace
- Coresight overview