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Why C is "The Language of Embedded"

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Webinar Overview:

Although not originally designed for embedded software development, the C language allows a range of programming styles from high-level application code down to direct low-level manipulation of hardware registers. As a result, C has become the most popular programming language for embedded systems today.

This webinar is intended for anyone who is new to embedded systems or who wishes to start using the C language for an embedded application.

You can expect to learn about:

  • Alternative approaches and languages used for embedded software development.
  • The features that make C the first choice programming language for both large and small embedded systems.
  • Details about key C language constructs used to write code for essential embedded system tasks such as:
    • accessing data in memory and registers;
    • working with interrupts;
    • driving peripheral devices.


Dr David Cabanis Dr David Cabanis Doulos Principal Member Technical Staff Dr David Long and Embedded Software Technologist Colin Walls of Mentor, will present this training webinar, which will consist of a one-hour presentation with interactive Q&A available to attendees throughout.




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