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You can understand the function of every register in the MCU.

I can make you understand the function of every register and every hexadecimal value.

You will be able to write bare-metal embedded firmware and peripheral drivers from 
scratch in C and C++ without any library.

You are still facing difficulty because no one has taught you how to navigate the 
datasheet of your microcontroller and translate the information in 
the datasheet into robust firmware code.

Modern Embedded C++

You can take advantage of key features of modern c++ 
in your embedded firmware development.


Write class templates for accessing microcontroller registers.


Write object-oriented libraries for embedded peripheral drivers.

Apply CPP STL algorithms in your firmware.

About Me

I am glad to find you here. My name is Israel, some of you may have taken some of my embedded systems courses from other online platforms. This is my private channel. 

I have been writing embedded firmware for years, I have built embedded devices like consumer products and robotic arms like the one you see over here. I built this very one when I was a mechanical engineering undergraduate student some years ago.
Till date I have 
trained over 60,000 students in embedded
 firmware development online
...including third year undergraduate university students in-person.

If you taken any of courses before you will know I start from the absolute basics, I do not assume that the student has any prior knowledge of the topic the course. You will also know that by the end of the courses you understand the functions of every register used in developing the particular firmware or driver.

This method is the same for all of my published embedded systems course. 

I personally guarantee that by the end of this  course you will be able to accomplish the following
  • Write Class Templates for accessing Microcontroller Registers
  • ​Write Object-Oriented Peripheral Drivers
  • ​Master Object-Oriented Techniques for Microcontrollers
  • ​Master C++ Templates for Microcontrollers
  • ​Master how to read Datasheets of Microcontrollers
  • ​Write Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter (UART) drivers using bare-metal Embedded-C++
  • ​Write Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) drivers using bare-metal Embedded-C++
  • ​Write General Purpose Timer (GPTM) drivers using bare-metal Embedded-C++
  • ​Write System Tick (SysTick) Timer drivers using bare-metal Embedded-C++
  • ​Write Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) drivers using bare-metal Embedded-C++
  • ​Write Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) drivers using bare-metal Embedded-C++
  • ​Write Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C) drivers using bare-metal Embedded-C++
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All you need to master embedded c++ from A-Z.
19+ hours of quality training, complete source code to each lesson included.
Who is this course for :
  • If you are an absolute beginner to embedded systems, then take this course.
  • ​If you are an experienced embedded developer and want to learn how to professionally develop embedded applications for ARM processors then take this course.
  • ​If you want to develop embedded firmware and drivers using the C++ programming language then take this course.
Course content :
  • Getting Started with Embedded C++
  • ​Creating a simple LED Class (PART I)
  • ​Creating a simple LED Class (PART II)
  • ​C++ Essential Training for C Developers
  • ​Configuring our UART driver for displaying results (Part I)
  • ​Configuring our UART driver for displaying results (Part II)
  • ​Understanding Classes and Objects
  • ​Dynamic Allocation
  • ​Variable References
  • ​Understanding Function Templates
  • ​Using Default Arguments
  • ​Understanding Pass by Reference and Pass by Value
  • ​Understanding Pass by Address
  • ​Return by Address
  • ​Class Property Functions
  • ​Class Constructors
  • ​Understanding Scope Resolution
  • ​Understanding "this" Pointer
  • ​Differences between Class and Struct
  • ​The function "friend"
  • ​Class Inheritance
  • ​Understanding Access Specifiers
  • ​Class Pointers
  • ​Function Overriding
  • ​Virtual Functions
  • ​Polymorphism (Part I)
  • ​Polymorphism (Part II)
  • ​The class "friend"
  • ​Static Variables
  • ​Static Functions
  • ​Class Template
  • ​Understanding namespaces
  • ​Class destructors
  • ​Class virtual destructors
  • ​Microcontroller C++ Template Programming
  • ​​Introduction to Microcontroller Template Programming
  • ​Developing a Template for accessing Microcontroller Registers (Version 1)
  • ​Developing a Template for accessing Microcontroller Registers (Version 2)
  • ​​Register Bit-mapping (Part I)
  • ​​Register Bit-mapping (Part II)
  • ​​Applying Register Bit-mapping to Register Access Class Template
  • ​​Developing a Microcontroller Port Class Template

  • ​General Purpose Input/Output(GPIO) C++ Driver Development
  • ​Overview of ARM Cortex-M General Purpose Input/Output Module
  • ​Developing a GPIO Output Driver using information from the datasheet
  • ​Developing a GPIO Output Driver using the BSRR Register
  • ​Developing a GPIO Input Driver
  • ​Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter(UART) C++ Driver Development
  • ​Overview of the UART Protocol
  • ​Developing the UART Driver Using Information from the datasheet
  • ​Receiving Data with the UART
  • ​Two-way UART Communication
  • ​UART std::cout Retargeting
  • ​System Tick and General Purpose Timers C++ Driver Development
  • ​Overview of the System Tick Timer
  • ​Overview of General Purpose Timers
  • ​Developing the System Tick Timer Driver using information from the datasheet
  • ​Creating a Delay Function using the System Tick Timer
  • ​Analyzing General Purpose Timer registers
  • ​Developing the General Purpose Timer driver
  • ​Writing a driver for a different timer module
  • ​Developing the Timer Compare Mode Driver
  • ​Analog -to- Digital Converter (ADC) Driver Development
  • ​Introduction to Analog to Digital Conversion
  • ​Developing the ADC Driver
  • ​Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C)
  • ​Introduction to I2C
  • ​Analyzing the DS1307 Realtime Clock
  • ​Creating I2C Registers
  • ​Writing the I2C Initialization function
  • ​Writing the I2C Read and Write Functions
  • ​Testing our I2C Driver
  • ​Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
  • ​Introduction to SPI
  • ​Creating SPI Registers
  • ​Writing a basic SPI Driver
  • ​Developing an SPI Library (PART I)
  • ​Developing an SPI Library (PART II)
  • ​Testing the SPI Library

19+ hours of quality training

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 Modern Bare-Metal Embedded-C++ 

This is a practical programming course on embedded systems programming using the C++ programming language. Key features of C++ such as template programming and object-oriented programming can greatly improve embedded software portability, in recent years this has made C++ very attractive to embedded developers.

The goal of this course is to teach you how to navigate the microcontroller reference manual and datasheet to extract the right information to professionally build peripheral drivers and firmware. To achieve this goal, no libraries are used in this course, purely bare-metal Embedded-C++ and register manipulations.

By the end of this course you will be able write drivers for peripherals like ADC, UART, PWM, GPIO, TIMER,I2C, SPI, etc. You will also master the ARM architecture and how to build professional embedded firmware for ARM processors.

Furthermore, you will master C++ key features like Object-Oriented methods, Template Programming, and optimization.
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Remember, I have no doubt you will love the training but should in case you are not completely satisfied you can request a refund within 30 days of purchase and you shall be fully refunded with no questions asked.

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Thanks for taking the time to read this letter and I hope you enjoy the training!

-Israel N Gbati
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