ARM Cortex-A9 Software Design
Standard Level - 4 daysview dates and locations
ARM Cortex-A9 Software Design is a 4-day comprehensive class covering the issues involved in developing software for platforms powered by the ARM Cortex-A9 application processors.
Who should attend?
Software engineers designing applications for platforms based around the ARM Cortex-A9 processor Core.
Delegates should have a basic understanding of microprocessor systems and familiarity with assembler or C programming. Experience of embedded system development is helpful but not essential. Knowledge of earlier ARM architectures is an advantage but not required.
This class uses training materials developed by ARM.
- Introduction to the ARM Architecture
- ARM Tools Overview
- RVDS Introductory Workbook
- Assembler Programming for ARM Processors
- ARM Assembler Workbook
- Exception Handling
- Exception Handling Workbook
- ARM Caches and TCMs
- Memory Management
- Synchronization Support
- C/C++ Compiler Hints & Tips
- Linker & Libraries Hints & Tips
- Compilation Tools Workbook Sections 1-4
- Software Engineers' Guide to the Cortex-A9
- Neon Overview
- Further Compiler/Linker Hints & Tips
- Compilation Tools Workbook Sections 5-6
- Introduction to TrustZone
- Embedded Software Development
- Scatter Loading Workbook
- ARM Debug and Trace
- CoreSight Overview