Assembly Language Training

This section of the site contains a comprehensive range of Assembly Language training courses.

On-Site Courses (only delivered on customer site)

Assembly language programming is useful in a variety of situations.

These include:

The assembly language programming courses are oriented towards Microchip programmers, many PIC16 and PIC18 projects are still written in assembler, In addition there are modules covering the Microchip 16 bit (dsPIC and PIC24 architectures) and Microchip's PIC32 architecture based on the MIPS M4K core.

The other modules are targetted at ARM core developers. There are two modules - one covering the new low cost, low power Cortex M3 core, and the other covering the ARM7/ARM9 cores.

It is possible to run courses covering other processor architectures such as 8051 derivatives, Renesas micro-controllers, and Freescale processor architectures.

The assembly language programming course also cover the architecture of the corresponding processor in considerable detail and are therefore useful to programmers implementing firmware in C, or who need to make use of libraries which themselves have been implemented in assembler.

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