Hi - I am at a major disadvantage in my career as an RF designer, not knowing how to program PIC micros. In college I was a horrible programmer, some 16 yrs ago where I took PASCAL and Fortran. Since then I have to rely on others to do my programming. All I can do currently is make small changes to existing code.
I am looking for a tutor in the Wash DC area, that I can PAY in cash, for lessons on C programming specificly using the CCS compiler. I am assuming about 10 sessions, about 2 hrs each should get me going.
Mainly most of everything I need to know is setting up ports, bit banging I2C and SPI messages, reading in switches, may be some A to D conversions, and getting an LCD display to work with a PIC. I live in Gaithersburg Maryland, and is willing to travel up to 20 miles for lessons in the evenings and weekends.
I need an overview of C, I have read all that I can about C, so I a ready. But there are too many questions, that I could easily get answered by a tutor. This will cut short my learning curve.