Join us for a Free Two-Day Workshop on μC/OS-III
Micrium's advantages are not just in the source code; they are in the documentation, technical support, and our exceptional technical training.
Join us for free, hands-on training, and benefit from two full-day sessions packed with valuable embedded software content that provide you an ideal means of preparing for your projects.
To register for a training event, fill out the form below. You will be contacted within 24 hours.
When and Where
|Jan 17–18, 2018
1290 Weston Road
Weston, FL 33326
For more information, call Micrium at: +1 954 217 2036.
Micrium’s two-day µC/OS-III training session provides an in-depth look at the embedded community’s favorite RTOS kernel. Revolving around µC/OS-III, training offers attendees the chance to learn both how real-time kernels are typically used and how they are implemented.
Plenty of hands-on content, in the form of coding exercises, is included in the two-day session. Thus, attendees leave the class with actual experience writing applications around µC/OS-III. Attendees also receive a free development board and access to a variety of helpful reference material.
- Introduction to Micrium and μC/OS-III
- Foreground/background systems
- Kernel-based applications
- uC/OS-III initialization
- Scheduling and context switches
- Interrupts and exceptions
- Synchronization primitives
- Mutual exclusion
- Inter-task communication
- Dynamic Memory Allocation
- Software Timers
Attendees will receive a free YRDKRX63N Demonstration Kit from Renesas.
To register for this event, fill out the form below. You will be contacted within 24 hours.
About Jean Labrosse
Jean Labrosse founded Micrium in 1999 and continues to maintain an active role in product development, ensuring that the company adheres to the strict policies and standards that make it strong. Labrosse is a regular speaker at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston and Silicon Valley, and other industry conferences. He is the author of three definitive books on embedded design: MicroC/OS-III, The Real-Time Kernel, Embedded Systems Building Blocks, Complete and Ready-to-Use Modules in C, and µC/OS-III, The Real-Time Kernel. He has published numerous articles and appeared on industry panels on the subject of embedded design. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.
About Matt Gordon
Matt Gordon has spent more than 10 years helping developers learn how to maximize the potential of Micrium's professional-grade embedded software components. He began his career developing device drivers, kernel ports, and example applications for Micrium's customers, and he has drawn on this experience to write a variety of articles and papers on embedded systems topics. He helped to establish Micrium's training program and is currently leading the Applications Engineering group. Matt holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from Georgia Tech.
About Mark Mulrooney
Mark Mulrooney has over six years experience working as an embedded software engineer. He has used Micrium’s software as a customer in projects in the marine industry, automotive industry and IoT before joining Micrium in 2015 as a Senior Applications Engineer. He currently focuses on Micrium’s IoT offerings and training material. Mark holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
About Michael Dean
Michael Dean has been working at Micrium for almost 5 years, initially working on device drivers and ports, example projects and providing customer support. He was the head of their µC/GUI team, and designed applications and provided customer support for our µC/TCP-IP stack. Currently he is part of the Applications Engineering group having completed training courses for our USB Host and Device stacks and having taught several classes about our kernel. Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in both Computer and Electrical Engineering from Florida State.
Q: Who can attend this workshop?
The workshop is open to anyone interested in learning the ins and outs of Micrium's software.
Q: What expenses are covered?
You are responsible for travel, lodging, and meals
Q: What should I bring to the class?
A laptop computer is suggested
Q: What materials will Micrium supply?
Class content will determine materials that will be supplied.