What are the best courses to learn Embedded Engineering In the United States?

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I'm a good programmer in just about any computer language you can mention. But for example, I don't know how to use the multitude of protocols to talk to the various types of hardware.

Some easy examples of these protocols are the 1553 bus and UART. There are many more that I could list.

I'm looking for a well-rounded course or courses to learn Embedded Programming. What should I learn? What are the best classroom courses?

Anyway, I'm not interested in taking an academic course at some university. It would take months to finish, etc.

Would an online course be the best option available? What are the online Embedded Engineering courses?

Why do you like the course that you mention?

I have a degree in electrical and computer engineering.

Thank you,

P.S.: I apologize if this is an off-topic subject.

Re: What are the best courses to learn Embedded Engineering In the United States?
You might check out the "Modern Embedded Systems Programming" video course  
on YouTube (


https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPW8O6W-1chwyTzI3BHwBL

bGQoPFxPAPM ). The course starts with the basics, but is getting progressiv
ely advanced. The companion web page to the course lists all the lessons re
leased so far and provides downloads of projects and transcripts (see https
://www.state-machine.com/quickstart/#Videos ).

The subjects that you might find interesting are:

- functions, AAPCS (lessons 8-9)
- startup code (lessons 13-15)
- interrupts (lessons 16-17)
- race conditions (lesson 20)
- RTOS (lessons 22-28)
- Object-oriented programming (lessons 29-32)



Re: What are the best courses to learn Embedded Engineering In the United States?
On Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 8:57:44 AM UTC-6, StateMachineCOM wrote:
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https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPW8O6W-1chwyTzI3BHw

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ively advanced. The companion web page to the course lists all the lessons  
released so far and provides downloads of projects and transcripts (see htt
ps://www.state-machine.com/quickstart/#Videos ).
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I'll take a serious look at the course. ...

Thank you,
Mike091

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