Microcontrollers and the C Programming Language
C is the main language of choice for programming larger microcontrollers (MCU), those based on 32-bit cores. These parts are so often derived from the general-purpose counterparts, and are both as complex and feature-rich. As a result, C (and C++) compilers are necessary and readily available for these MCUs.The prime motto of this course is to create C programs for a microcontroller using inputs/outputs, timers, analog-to-digital converters, comm ports, and LCD.The function of the software developer is to become dedicated to the field of development. This course is a broader view of the algorithmic programming.In computer science, a developer (which often also referred to as software), is a computer specialist who is able to conceive and develop computer systems (software packages), as well as to implement them and put them together, with this category: IT & Software using one or more programming languages.
As a Programmer it is necessary first to understand precisely what the applicant wants. To achieve this, a great technical and relational ease is necessary. From this phase, there will be a strong interaction with the other concerned technical specialties such as hardware, mechanics or application software.Then, they need to succeed in setting up a software architecture and planning taking into account the constraints expressed.. All these elements are grouped in a specification that will be used as a basis for the concerned work.