Are you ready for a different kind of RoadTest? Would you like to get a chance to take a complete course with the associated lab kit? If so, let me tell you about it...
element14 and Arm Education are collaborating to offer element14 RoadTests of the Arm's online courses. Arm would like to get some feedback on the courses while element14 likes the idea of roadtesting courses that help expand the knowledge of it members.
I'd like you to give me some feedback and what course you would like to roadtest first? Here are the courses and links to the course descriptions. Note: course prerequisites are listed in the course descriptions.
Efficient Embedded Systems Design and Programming: Learn the design and programming of embedded systems, and how to implement them in low-level hardware using standard C and assembly language
Rapid Embedded Systems Design and Programming: Learn how to accelerate the development of embedded systems and rapidly prototype various embedded applications
Internet of Things: Learn IoT principles by working through a system that connects embedded sensors using commodity smartphones, developing skills such as app development and embedded system design
Digital Signal Processing: Learn to design DSP systems and create commercially viable audio applications, using high-performance and energy-efficient processors
Real-Time Operating Systems Design and Programming: Learn foundational RTOS concepts for embedded applications, including task scheduling, memory allocation and resource management
Introduction to System on Chip Design: Learn a typical SoC development process around Arm Cortex-M based processors, which are perfectly suited for IoT needs
Advanced System on Chip (SoC) Design: Engage with a typical advanced SoC design process on an Arm Cortex-A based platform, including design and implementation using standard hardware description and software programming languages
Graphics and Mobile Gaming: Learn the latest graphics and game design technologies on mobile devices, with a focus on optimizing performance and reducing power consumptio