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PIC C Course

Description: If you want to learn C on PIC microcontrollers then this is the course you need.

This unique C Programming Course gives you the knowledge to create fully working projects truly easily. Learn C on the PIC using hardware to see immediate results.

There are Eleven modules that cover all aspects of C programming showing working code (hands-on) on your own hardware. 

It is not just dry theory - you gain knowledge by doing!


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State Machine Secrets

Description: This Ebook will allow you to create complex code in C using state machines - I show you the exact method I use to make complex complex problems trivial.

State machines are one of the single most important concepts in programming (for any language) as they allow you to create systems that would normally twist your mind in circles if you try to code them up using normal code.

This ebook will allow you to solve complex coding problems and create systems that you never though you could.


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PIC Interrupt Secrets

PIC Interrupt Secrets

Description: An Essential guide to PIC interrupts including Many Excellent Techniques for designing with interrupts from my travels in C programming.

Interrupts can be tricky since they add complexity to a system. For example instead of using a simple delay routine to wait, you will want to use a internal timer to interrupt and update a variable, but you need to add the interrupt code and test that it works.  

This ebook saves you time by giving you an in depth understanding of interrupts and also provides you with working template code.

Type: Instant download ebook.

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Transparent Bootloading (PIC and AVR)

Description: This ebook will save you time when programming your PICs (or AVRs) by showing you how to use two bootloaders; Using these you can program in any hex file without modification. 

Instead of waiting ages for MPLAB to load and then burn a hex file you can re-load a hex file in a matter of seconds through a serial port saving a huge amount of time for any code updates.

In fact once you have burned-in the bootloader you don't have to start MPLAB ever again!

It includes detailed walk-throughs showing you how to setup and program the initial bootloader code using MPLAB X and also includes walk-throughs showing, in detail, how to use each bootloader.


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