Best Embedded Systems Courses

Find the best online Embedded Systems Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Embedded Systems Courses.

Microcontrollers and the C Programming Language (MSP430)

Create C programs for a microcontroller using inputs/outputs, timers, analog-to-digital converters, comm ports, and LCD.

Created by Mark M. Budnik - Brandt Professor of Engineering, Valparaiso University


Students: 66114, Price: Free

Students: 66114, Price:  Free

The course is laboratory based. Almost every lecture and section of the course leads directly to a hands-on laboratory assignment. The more practice you get using the “real world" Texas Instruments MSP430 hardware and software the more proficient you will be.

The course does not waste your time. From the very beginning, we jump right in to your first laboratory assignment – Let's Get Started.

The course is modular in nature. Are you new to the world of microcontrollers? Great! Start at the beginning, and we'll teach you everything you need to know. Do you have some background in microcontrollers but want to learn more? Fantastic! You can pick and choose the modules that you need.

The course is packed with information. From the beginnings of the C programming language to advanced microcontroller peripherals, the course teaches you all of the building blocks you would need to build your own electronic systems.

We use lots and lots of examples. We take you step-by-step through the lessons – each time providing sample code and documentation to make sure you are supported through the course.

We are here to help. We are educators with a singular focus of providing a meaningful experience for our students. And, while we cannot do the work for you, we are willing to work WITH you help you succeed.

Hedge Fund Trading System

Learn the trading strategy that trend-following hedge funds are using to profit from the financial markets.

Created by Hedge Fund Trading System - Full-Time Trader


Students: 27381, Price: Free

Students: 27381, Price:  Free

In this free Forex trading system, you will discover how I trade for a living. It is not only me who is using this (or similar) trading systems. There are at least a few dozen of trend-following hedge funds that use the same approach to make money on the financial markets. I am sharing my knowledge with all new/experienced traders eager to learn a consistently winning trading strategy that has been working for me for the past 5 years. I would love to make this system accessible to as many traders as possible and that is why I wanted to make it free. I have tried to keep it as concise as possible, so not wasting your time with unnecessary details. In the end- time is money!

The goal of this course apart from showing you a trading system that has been working for me for a long time is to try to protect you from the dangers of the financial markets. I have been day-trading (unsuccessfully) for some time before discovering that longer-term trading is actually the only way to profit from the markets. I know a lot of you are extremely eager to make money quick, but this is not the point of this course. I would like to show you a system that works in the long-term. More and more people are trying to make quick money in the financial markets nowadays, but less and less are making money in the short term. As some of you already know- trading is a zero-sum game. In other words, for every winner there is a loser. That's what I will try to help you with- how to be on the winning side in the long-term.

I am sorry if my english is not perfect, but it is not my native language. I still believe that for trading there are no barriers and traders should follow their dreams. I will do my best to help you reach your goals (financial), but there is one thing I cannot do for you- I cannot teach you how to be disciplined! That is something that you need to discover yourself in order to be a successful trader...

OK. Back to the system- it is a simple trend-following discretionary trading system. I have included 10 videos and a trading manual. Please make sure that you read the trading manual before watching the videos. In this way, you would be prepared what to expect and would better grasp the trading system.

The biggest prize for me would be if I can help new/experienced traders become even more successful!

Last but not least- I would like to thank especially to 3 TRADERS that helped me become a successful trader and follow my dreams- Colibri Trader, Paul (a.k.a. The Flipper) and Brett!

For the sake of the course:

I am using the website Tradingview to show the charts. I do not want to be associated with any brokers, so that is why I am using a free trading website open to anyone. I am not here to make money by referring traders to brokers, although I would like to warn you to be careful when choosing one. There are a lot of bad seed out there. Lastly, I have done the trading manual easily downloadable here, so you can just get it with one click of a mouse.

When you are taking this course, it is not necessary to have prior experience in trading since I go over the basics in the beginning. But for a complete FOREX newbie, it might still be a bit tough to get all of the pieces of information in one go. I anyways try to be as simple to follow as possible. In the end, my trading system is straightforward and effective if one is using it correctly.

Keywords: FREE, FOREX, Forex, FX, TRADING, Trading, Strategy, Forex Strategy, Trading System, Forex System, day trading forex, trading forex, stock market, index, DAX, EUR/USD, trend-following, forex brokers, brokers

ARM Cortex-M : Modular Embedded Systems Design (FREE!)

Build an autonomous robot from a System's Approach, Code purely in Assembly and Bare Metal Embedded-C

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer


Students: 22562, Price: Free

Students: 22562, Price:  Free

NOTE:  This course has over 8 hours of content, however it in incomplete, the course contains complete videos lessons for embedded-c bare metal developemt, embedded-c modular design, primer of arm assembly programming and building peripheral drivers in assembly language and bare-metal embedded-c. I have also attached the complete source code for the robot that was intended to be built in the last video sections.

We are going to embark on a very exciting journey together. In this course we are going to professionally design,code and build an obstacle avoidance autonomous robot purely in bare-metal embedded-c and assembly language. We are not going to use any third party libraries and API's in this course.

By the end of this course you will be able do the following, among many other things: 

Code, test and debug an embedded software system written in bare metal embedded-c and assembly.

You will be able to build, test and debug an obstacle avoidance robot from scratch.

You will be able to write drivers and API's using assembly language only

You will be able to write drivers and API's in embedded-c

You will be able to build a complete mechatronic system from scratch

You will be able to write drivers for various sensors and motors

You will be able to write multi-threaded firmwares

You will be able to understand and apply the principles of modular design

You will be able to create professional project documentation.

....Just take a look at the full course description and join us inside!

Learn To Create A Complete Menu System in Unity

Game development made easy. Learn Unity's UI and create your very own menu system!

Created by James Doyle - Teaching The Basics of Making Games


Students: 20111, Price: Free

Students: 20111, Price:  Free

Learn how to create and program a complete UI Menu System in Unity, an industry-standard game development program used by many large gaming studios and indie developers across the world.

In this course you won’t just be learning programming concepts, but tying these concepts to real game development uses. You will have access to a course forum where you can discuss the topics covered in the course as well as the next steps to take once the course is complete.

At the end of this course you will have developed the ability to create such elements as:

  • Title Screen

  • Options Menu

  • Complete Audio Control System

  • Adjust Graphics Settings in your games

  • Pause Menu

  • Animated Loading screens

Start learning today and let me help you become a game developer!

Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor

With hands on coding using C Programming and assembly on ARM Cortex M Processor based Microcontroller

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering


Students: 17430, Price: $34.99

Students: 17430, Price:  Paid

Latest Update:

Bare metal embedded , writing linker script and startup file from scratch.

processor fault analysis and handling, stacks, AAPCS explanation.

Implementation of simple task scheduler using pendsv and systick

GCC inline assembly and naked functions

More than 10000+ students have already taken this course with More than 900+ happy reviews.

Have you ever tried to learn about the ARM Cortex M3/M4 Processor by reading a book or technical manuals and found stuck? Have you ended up seeing bits and pieces all over the map but could not able to tie it all together to have a big picture?

This course is for Embedded Engineers/Students like you who want to learn and Program ARM Cortex M3/M4 based controllers by digging deep into its internals and programming aspects.

Don't worry if you are new to the ARM-based controller. In this course, you'll see everything you needed to quickly get started with Programming Cortex M3/M4 based controller. The lab session covers various programming assignments which helps you to remember the concepts better.


1. You need ARM Cortex M4 based STM32F407 DISCOVERY board from ST if you want to try out code on the target.

3. You can also be able to follow this course if you have any other boards from ST such as Nucleo or evaluation.


1. In this course, Eclipse-based STM32CubeIDE is used as the  IDE ( supports Windows/Linux/Mac) (FREE)

Save time and have fun!

Watching lectures, Programming assignments and lots of animations will save hours of your self-study time and will give you the confidence to look at embedded processors from a different perspective. So, learn something new this year and boost your momentum at work.

My promise!

I am confident that this course will save you many, many hours of studying/experimenting/googling time to learn about this processor. I will personally answer your questions about this material, either privately or in a group discussion. If you are in any way not satisfied, for any reason, you can get a full refund from Udemy within 30 days. No questions asked. But I am confident you won't need to. I stand behind this course 100% and am committed to helping you.

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

Introduction to ARM Cortex-M Assembly Programming (FREE)

Learn Assembly Programming the Practical Way

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer


Students: 16233, Price: Free

Students: 16233, Price:  Free

This course assumes no prior knowledge of assembly programming. All it requires from students is curiosity.The course covers  the ARM instruction set architecture , assembly syntax and programming and provides bonus chapters on introduction to the ARM Cortex-M. The main aim of this course is to provide learners with practical skills and a strong foundation to be able to build upon to start producing well written code with a good blend of assembly and C. 

8051 Microcontroller

Learn, Code, Test, be 8051 expert

Created by Farrukh Hussain - Senior Firmware Engineer at Xekera Systems Inc.


Students: 15898, Price: Free

Students: 15898, Price:  Free

Many people spend lot of time in reading datasheets, learning assembly language, and after spending four-five months of embedded systems course at college, they can hardly do real industry projects. That is good to learn all about architectures and basics but once you are at work, your boss can ask you to program PIC first month, 8051 second month, and may be STM8 or even STM32 next month, will you take two or three months course before starting that job?

This course explains how to program 8051 super fast. Instead of reading lengthy slides or boring datasheets, we shall do all with either built-in, easy to use mikroC libraries or shall learn few registers and write our own functions. This course will focus on learning way to program features offered by 8051 like I/O ports, Serial port, timers, counters and most interesting thing will be to do all with interrupts.

Course will start from basic, There will be no pre-written code examples, all codes will be written right in front of you and schematics will be drawn for testing, you will also learn how to use Proteus software for simulation. 

Master Microcontroller :Timers, PWM, CAN,RTC,Low Power(MCU2)

Learn STM32 Timers, CAN,RTC, PWM,Low Power embedded systems and program them using STM32 Device HAL APIs step by step

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering


Students: 14602, Price: $34.99

Students: 14602, Price:  Paid

Update: English closed captions have been added, transcript available

>>Welcome to the course which teaches you advanced Micro-controller programming. In this course you are going to learn and master Timers , PWM, CAN, RTC, Low Power modes of STM32F4x Micro-controller with step by step guidance. Highly recommended if you are seeking a career in the domain of Embedded software. <<

In this course, you will understand behind the scene working of peripherals with supportive code exercises. I have included various real-time exercises which help you to master every peripheral covered in this course and this course thoroughly covers both theory and practical aspects of Timers, PWM, CAN, RTC, Low Power modes of STM32F4x Micro-controller.

In Timer Section the course covers,

1. Simple time-based generation using the basic timer in both polling and interrupt mode

2. Timer interrupts and IRQ numbers, ISR implementation, callbacks, etc

3. General purpose timer

4. Working with Input Capture channels of General purpose timer

5. Interrupts, IRQs, ISRs, callbacks related to Input Capture engine of the general purpose timer

6. Working with output capture channels of the General purpose timer

7. Interrupts, IRQs, ISRs, callbacks related to Output Capture engine of the general purpose timer

8. PWM generation using output capture modes

9. PWM Exercises

10. Step by Step code development process will help you to master the TIMER peripheral

In CAN Section the course covers,

1. Introduction to the CAN protocol

2. CAN frame formats

3. Understanding a CAN node

4. CAN signaling (single-ended signals vs differential signals )

5. CAN Bus recessive state and dominant state

6. CAN Bit timing Calculation

7. CAN network with Transceivers

8. Exploring inside view of CAN transceivers

9. CAN Self-test modes such as LOOPBACK, SILENT LOOPBACK, etc with code exercises.

10. Exploring STM32 bXCAN peripheral

11. self-testing of bxCAN peripheral with exercises

12. bXCAN block diagram

13. Tx/Rx path of the bxCAN Peripheral

14. CAN frame filtering and executrices

15. CAN in Normal Mode

16. Communicating between 2 boards over CAN

17. Code exercises

In the Power Controller Section the course covers,

1. ARM Cortex Mx Low Power Modes Normals Vs DeepSleep

2. STM32 SLEEP mode

3. STOP mode

4. STANDBY mode

5. Current measurement with different submode

6. Waking up MCU by using wakeup pins, EXTI, RTC, etc

7. Backup SRAM

8. Step by Step coverage with lots of code exercises.

In RTC Section the course covers,

1. RTC functional block diagram

2. RTC clock management

3. RTC calendar unit

4. RTC Alarm unit

5. RTC wake-up unit

6. RTC Time Stamp Unit

7. waking up MCU using RTC events

8. RTC interrupts

9. and lots of other details with step by step code exercises.

STM32 Device HAL framework

1. STM32 Device Hal framework details

2. APIs details

3. Interrupt handling

4. Callback implementation

5. Peripheral Handling and configurations

6. Step by Step explanation with code exercises.

==> Important note: This course is NOT about auto-generating code using STM32CubeMx software<==

Hardware used :


CAN Transceivers for CAN Exercises

IDE used :

Eclipse-based OpenSTM32 SystemWorkbench

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

Embedded Linux Step by Step Using Beaglebone Black

Learn ARM Linux systems, Embedded Linux building blocks ,Busybox, Beaglebone interfacing Projects and much more

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering


Students: 11289, Price: $24.99

Students: 11289, Price:  Paid

Update: English closed captions have been added, transcript available

Update # 1: MPU6050 interfacing and tilt sensing tutorials added

Update # 2: LCD interfacing tutorials added

The course is designed for Beginners to Advanced audience.

A comprehensive and practical course on learning Embedded Linux systems on Beaglebone hardware

100% hands-on and step by step explanation using hardware

Brief Description:

This Course Demystifies learning Embedded Linux Systems and running embedded Linux and its various components on the Beaglebone hardware. See above "what will I learn?? " section to understand what this course promises!

  • Interesting Hardware interfacing projects and well explained inner working details step by step

  • 'C' application development using Eclipse IDE for your Beaglebone hardware

  • At the end of each section students will have exciting assignments to complete which strengthen their understanding deeply

  • Embedded Linux quizzes to test your Understanding.

  • Q/A support

My promise!

I will personally answer your questions about this material, either privately or in a group discussion. If you are in any way not satisfied, for any reason, you can get, No questions asked a full refund from Udemy within 30 days. But I am confident you won't need to. I stand behind this course 100% and am committed to helping you.

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

ARM Cortex-M Interfacing with Keyboards and LCD’s (FREE! )

Write your own Keyboard and LCD drivers for Cortex-M

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer


Students: 10335, Price: Free

Students: 10335, Price:  Free

This course takes a step-by-step practical approach on how to write drivers and libraries that will allow your Cortex-Microcontroller to talk to Keyboards and Liquid Crystal Displays. It goes on to provide optimization methods such as accessing the LCD with 4-bits rather than 8-bits and also  programming keyboards using the  matrix arrangement approach. 

We will start by differentiating between GPIO and SPIO, this will give students the understanding on how registers relates to IO ports then we shall write out the code to see how these registers actually work with inputs and outputs.

We shall look at how to write our own LCD Drivers and Libraries, we shall take a look at the pinout and how we interface with the microcontroller, take a look at how we control the shift registers inside the LCD, then we shall go on to code our own driver and library.The last section of the LCD chapter deals with writing data in 4-bits to reduce the number of IO pins used for LCD.

The final chapter of the course deals with interfacing to keyboards, I will introduce how keyboards also conserve the number of IO pins by using the matrix arrangement and then we shall go on to write our keyboard driver and library. In a nutshell, this are the key areas we shall be looking at in this course :

  • Keyboard driver and library coding
  • LCD driver and library coding
  • LCD 4-bits data transfer
  • Keyboard matrix arrangement

If you interested in having bare-metal level access to keyboards and LCDs  then this course is for you.

Intro to Arduino Interfacing

Enter the exciting world of Arduino microcontroller platform, sensors, actuators, and interfacing.

Created by Haidar Al-Aubiydy - Aerospace Engineer


Students: 9868, Price: Free

Students: 9868, Price:  Free

Intro to Arduino Interfacing is an introductory course for beginners wishing to learn Arduino interfacing. You will learn about the Arduino development board, how to download the Arduino IDE, and how to interface different sensors with it. All in all, you will be wiring and programming nine sensors. All the code that controls these sensors and actuators are available for download.

STM32CubeMX 4 Essential Training

Saving time on firmware development with CubeMX

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer


Students: 7585, Price: Free

Students: 7585, Price:  Free

STM32CubeMX Essential Training : Saving time on firmware development with CubeMX

This course is an essential training on STM32 CubeMX. It is a practical cookbook for programming peripherals of all STM32 microcontrollers using the CubeMX framework.

If you work with STM32 microcontrollers then you should absolutely get familiar with cubeMX. It is a massive time saver.

Please see the course curriculum for more information.

Embedded Systems Bare-Metal Programming Ground Up™ (STM32)

No Libraries used, Professional CMSIS Standard, ARM Cortex, ADC,UART,TIMERS, DMA,SPI,I2C,RTC,GPIO etc.

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer


Students: 5160, Price: $109.99

Students: 5160, Price:  Paid

Welcome to the Embedded Systems Bare-Metal  Programming  Ground Up™  course.

With a programming based approach, this course is designed to give you a solid foundation in bare-metal firmware development for  ARM-based microcontrollers . 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.

Still keeping it simple, this course comes in different ARM Cortex-M development boards  so that students can put the techniques to practice using an ARM Cortex-M development board of their choice. This version of the course uses the STMicroelectronics  STM32F4-NUCLEO which has an ARM Cortex-M4 microcontoller.

By the end of this course you will be able configure microcontroller 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.

Please take a look at the full course curriculum.

REMEMBER : I have no doubt you will love this course. Also it comes with a  FULL money back guarantee for 30 days!  So put simply, you really have nothing to loose and everything to gain.

Sign up and lets start toggling some register bits.

Advanced Embedded Systems with Arduino

The super simple beginner friendly course to learn all about Arduino and start creating interesting projects

Created by Amit Rana - Electronics Engineer, Developer and Trainer


Students: 4719, Price: $89.99

Students: 4719, Price:  Paid

"I believe everyone can learn and excel in technologies with right tools and proper guidance. Hence I make these courses and 50% of all my courses is available for free preview, watch them, if you feel right, enroll!!! I hope you'd like this transparency!!!"

This is for Everyone interested in Arduino's

I firmly believe that anyone, irrespective of experience, age or technical background can learn and experiment with technologies. With the single goal in mind, I've created this Course on Embedded Systems designing with Arduino.

And I also believe from my personal experience of more than a decade, that

LEARNING should not be LENGTHY!!!

My purpose is to get you started quickly with Arduino and start programming and making systems fast, with less learning and more experimenting. Hence the course is divided into small chunks which you can jump directly at any time and learn any particular module you’re interested in.

"What is there to loose if you enroll in this bestseller course? You have a 30 day Full Money Back Guarantee, enroll now and start experimenting on arduino"

Arduino is probably the number 1 microcontroller board used today in the world in a variety of industries, be it for prototyping the new product or just creating a hobby project for your home. Arduino is no 1 choice of many developers as well as hobbyists. And this course is to make you an expert in Arduino. Yes, you've read it correctly, an expert!!!

This course includes many interfaces starting from LEDs to I2C interface and memory card data logger. See a complete list below

This course is suitable for Everyone Including:

  • Complete Newbee's in the amazing world of arduino's

  • Arduino Hobbyists

  • Students

  • Working Professionals

  • Business Owners

"What is there to loose if you enroll in this bestseller course? You have a 30 day Full Money Back Guarantee, enroll now and start experimenting on arduino"

This is a complete course on learning Arduino Programming, interfacing and creating projects using Arduino with more than 30 different projects and tasks included with this course. Everything related to Arduino programming and connecting various interfaces with Arduino is covered in complete details, yet the course length is such that anyone can finish it within a single week.

This is a complete hand on driven course with more than 30 different programs/projects to be done throughout.

You can enroll and start experimenting with this course even if you do not have Arduino board!!!

Yes, I’ve included steps and instructions to use a free online simulator for Arduino where you can perform most of your programs, so if you don’t have Arduino board, or just planning to purchase, you can still enroll to this course, start learning and gather your hardware later.

List of Hardware Interfaces to learn

  • LEDs

  • Switches

  • Buzzer

  • Relay

  • DC Motor

  • Servo Motor

  • PWM

  • Analog Input

  • Voltmeter

  • Thermometer

  • Light Sensor

  • Temperature and Humidity sensor

  • Keypad Interfacing

  • Ultrasonic Distance Sensor

  • Serial port

  • Liquid Crystal Display

  • I2C

  • SPI

  • Real-Time Clock

  • Memory Card interfacing and data logger

  • Usage of EEPROM Memory.

You're also going to learn about

  • How to use a breadboard

  • what's the difference between C and Arduino's C programming

  • Simulating Arduino using online tool

  • Project Making Tips

Support matters most!!!

"What is there to loose if you enroll in this bestseller course? You have a 30 day Full Money Back Guarantee, enroll now and start experimenting on arduino"

Whats the best use of learning anything like arduino? Creating projects isn't it? That is exactly I wanted to do when I started learning electronics. It was not only my passion but also my full time profession. And I know the pain if there is no one to tell you, why your board got damaged, why the code is not being uploaded to the board. What to do with the relay chattering all the time? Why my sensor readings are not perfect and on and on, I've gone through them all and in a hard way, solved them. I don't want that for you.

Because unlike other courses on Udemy, this course comes with a personalized instructor support. I'm always available to answer the questions and most questions are answered within couple of hours of posting and many times within an hour!!!

Anyone can not only learn but excel in arduino and hardware project making

Don’t get overwhelmed by the long list of interfaces to study. All of these are included to make you an expert in as little time as possible. Although it's an advanced course, it's equally applicable to everyone. Even if you’re a complete newbie who’s never done coding before or never seen or used Arduino, you can still join and start experimenting.

All the source codes are included in the download area of the respective lessons so that you can either try them yourself or just directly download them and start using.

I’ve been training and developing Arduino based systems for about 10 hours a day for more than 10 years, I’ve trained students from age 7 to 70 and have trained more than 10000 students from over 65+ countries. So when I say you can learn and excel in Arduino in the quickest possible time, I mean it.

Enroll now and start experimenting with Arduino!!!

Embedded Systems using the ARM Mbed Platform

Learn how to implement different electronic interfaces using the revolutionary mbed platform from ARM.

Created by Eduvance (Microchip Certified Trainer, AUP Trainer, CUA Trainer) - Embedded Systems and VLSI expert


Students: 4648, Price: $74.99

Students: 4648, Price:  Paid

This course teaches and walks through the implementation of various interfaces with the ARM mbed platform. The mbed development platform is the fastest way to create products based on ARM microcontrollers. The project is being developed by ARM, its Partners and the contributions of the global mbed Developer Community.

The course is divided into six sections (17 lectures) with each section discussing the theory, programming and lab of each interface. The interfaces taught in this course are

1. LEDs

2. Seven Segment Displays

3. Character LCD (16 x 2)

4. Matrix Keypad

5. Analog Inputs

6. Serial Communication

Candidates who take this course can gain a skill set with which they can design electronic platforms for industry as well as for their personal hobby.

For this course You will need a hardware mbed board called the Freedom KL25Z board from Freescale Semiconductors. You can get more information about the board from

https://mbed dot org/handbook/mbed-FRDM-KL25Z

there are links to purchase the board as well. If you have doubts about ordering the hardware send an email to

Essential Tools for Windows System Administrators

[Windows] [System Administration] | Learn Windows Builtin Tools & Open Source Tools for Efficient System Administration

Created by TechSckool By Vijay - Dreamer of educated world


Students: 3777, Price: Free

Students: 3777, Price:  Free

*** This Course purchase includes video lectures, practice files, quizzes, & assignments, 1-on-1 instructor support, LIFETIME access and a 100%MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE***

Please note that this course will be continuously getting updated with more videos to keep you up to date on Windows System Administration. You will find lot of new lecture covering new tools for system administration. Please encourage by enrolling and providing your honest reviews & ratings. You can also demand a lecture on a  specific topic of PowerShell which comes under scope of this course.

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Learn Syncovery:

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Foundations of Embedded Systems with ARM Cortex and STM32

A 14 day proven course to a higher paying career in embedded systems, with deep understanding of ARM Cortex and STM32

Created by Akshay Gill - Director at MakerMax Inc.


Students: 2843, Price: $74.99

Students: 2843, Price:  Paid

✓ Do you like working with microcontrollers, sensors, and other embedded devices? 

✓ Do you want a successful career in embedded systems, but can't find the right resources?

✓ Are you preparing for a job interview in embedded systems? 

✓ Do you already have a career in embedded systems, but want to start working on more engaging projects?

This course on the "Foundations of embedded systems with ARM Cortex and STM32" is the right choice. Try it for 30 days with a no questions asked, money back guarantee, and you will thank yourself for making the right decision.

Your instructor

You will be learning the material from the best of the best in the industry. Akshay has over 10+ years of solid experience and has worked for companies like Tesla, on crucial projects for the Model S, X and 3 cars.

He has a passion for teaching, and once you've experienced his teaching style, it is hard to go anywhere else. He is patient with students, and understands the learning journey you will go through, and will be there to guide you along the way.

Akshay has been teaching since his first years at University and as won awards in teaching and entrepreneurship.

In one sentence, how is this course different from other embedded systems courses?

If you are looking for a course that is built from the ground-up with quality in mind, proven to make you successful in embedded systems, this is it.

What hardware is needed for this course?

The instructor is using a STM32 Nucleo development board for this course. However, you are free to choose any ARM Cortex board you wish to. The learning from the content is transferable across different platforms.

You can choose to develop on Windows, Linux or Mac as per your preference. All 3 are supported in this course.

Your 14 day journey to success

We recommend spreading out the content of the course over 14 days as it has proven to maximise your learning, giving you a chance to absorb the information and practice hands-on as you go.

Section 1 - You will learn about the ARM Cortex architecture. Understanding this will allow you to select the right microcontroller for your project. With the deep understanding of ARM Cortex architecture, you will also be able to debug applications like a pro!

Section 2 - The ARM Cortex programmers model, is hardly taught anywhere but such a crucial piece to understanding how the processor functions and how the C code that you write interfaces with the hardware after compilation.

Section 3 - The ARM Cortex exception model and vector table is an important step to understanding how the working of the processor when things don't go as intended. In embedded systems, exceptions need to be handled elegantly in order to produce a safe functioning product!

Section 4 - ARM Cortex blocks like the System Control Block, Floating point unit, bus interfaces will be covered. This will give you an understanding of how core blocks inside the microcontroller are connected to each other and their usefulness.

Section 5 - The first and an important step for a project is to be able to choose the right microcontroller. You will need to take all sorts of considerations into mind before making the choice. Making the right choice here will make your project successful in the short term and the long term as well.

Section 6 - Peripherals let the processor talk to the outside world. When developing applications for microcontrollers, every project you will work on will interface to one or more of these peripherals. Having this understanding will allow you to successfully interface devices with the microcontroller.

Section 7 - Special features of the microcontroller, go through 3 unique features that you will most likely be interfacing with in your projects.

Section 8 - Hands-on lab to set up your computer with a development environment that will run on Windows, Linux or Mac. Having this setup will allow you to work on the lab exercises in this course and on your projects after course completion.

Section 9 - Understanding UART communication is immensely important, and almost every embedded job interview will ask you a question about it. You will be able to become a pro at UART and interface all kinds of devices with the microcontroller after working on the lab exercises included with the course.

Section 10 - I2C communication runs over 2 wires and is used extensively in a lot of embeded devices. The lectures and timed challenge lab exercise for I2C will train you to be a professional in this communication interface. Having this understanding will allow you to interface with millions of I2C devices available in the market and use them for your projects.

Section 11 - GPIO is a peripheral that will definitely be in every single application you work on. With the hands-on learning in this section, you will understand different ways in which ports and pins can be setup to allow you to interface various types of devices with the GPIO peripheral.

Section 12 - DAC and TIM peripherals will open the world of timing, and digital to analog conversion for you. This is an extensive area where microcontrollers are used and the lab exercises included in this section will give you an excellent understanding of how these two peripherals can be used in your custom application.

Section 13 - These days we just download an IDE and are good to go. But have you ever wondered what the different components inside an IDE (Integrated development environment) are? Going through these exercises will allow you to get that understanding which will make debugging so much easier going forward. Understanding the development environment from ground-up allows you to be confident when things go wrong.

Section 14 - We talk about the next steps and a continued learning program to allow you to take the learnings from this course and continue to apply them in future projects. We also talk about how you can use the information learned in this course to guarantee a successful career in embedded systems.

PHP Login and Registration System

PHP Login and Registration System

Created by kagaya john - Web Developer


Students: 2423, Price: Free

Students: 2423, Price:  Free

How to Build PHP Login and Registration System For beginner . We will use PHP ajax and Mysql database to build our projects .

No  chatter!

We don't do a lot of chatting on this course and always go straight to point.

We love helping!

Have a problem in one of the lectures? No problem I'm  here to help.  Tells me the problem and let's get it done.

Main Features

1. Build PHP Login and Registration System for beginner and not overcomplicated .

2. Using PHP and Ajax to communicate to Database mySQL .


Embedded Systems with 8051 Micro Controller using Embedded C

Deep Dive into embedded systems with in-depth understanding of 8051 micro controller with embedded C programming

Created by Amit Rana - Electronics Engineer, Developer and Trainer


Students: 2407, Price: $89.99

Students: 2407, Price:  Paid

Learn Embedded Systems with one of the most influential and basic microcontrollers in history, 8051

I believe that anyone can learn and experiment with technology.

All that is needed is the desire to learn and the right guidance.  That’s the reason, this course is focused on both

  • absolute beginners and

  • intermediate developers in embedded systems.

We’re going to study about embedded systems with 8051 microcontrollers in this course.

8051 is by far one of the oldest microcontrollers which are still used today. With over 70+ different manufacturers, 8051 is available in a variety of flavors. What makes it special is the simplicity it offers to the programmers and developers. Being one of the first microcontrollers, the architecture of 8051 is quite simple with very few basic features. And those very basic features make 8051 the winner in terms of simplicity in usage.

In this course, we’ll study 8051 with embedded C programming. We’re going to study about the 8051 microcontrollers with Keil 8051 IDE. Keil Microvision is a very old and very popular IDE used for microcontroller programming.

This is a hands-on driven course where we’ll be writing a lot of codes and trying out its outputs. We’re going to study 8051 microcontroller and its interfacing with a number of peripheral devices like

  • LEDs

  • Switches

  • Relay

  • LCD

  • ADC

  • Temperature Sensor

  • Stepper Motor

  • DC Motor

  • PC Interfacing

  • Device Control

And while doing so, we’ll be doing a number of different experiments to evaluate the skills we have been learning. The course outcome is to enable everyone to be able to use 8051 microcontrollers and start creating projects on it.

Even if you do not know any C programming before, do not worry, there’s a brief introduction to C programming also.

This course comes from a developer

From the past 10 years, I've developed more than 150 projects in 8051 microcontrollers alone. This course doesn't come from a trainer following a set syllabus, this comes from a real developer who's involved in real projects for a better part of his career. So there are many practical considerations mentioned from the time to time in this course.

Barebone Controller Coding

Programming and using a microcontroller is not like using Arduino’s where you just write C code and download it into IC. This is a barebone coding experience where we’re going to learn the insights of 8051 microcontrollers and understand at the core how to write the program for each of its features. This single quality separates the hobbyists and professionals apart. If you’ve once understood how to go into the features of the microcontroller, look into registers and configure them to use, then you’ve understood the holy grail of embedded systems development. We’re going to do exactly this in this course. We’ll be using each feature of 8051 by completely studying the internal registers. Once you’ve understood it, you can take any microcontroller and start writing a program for it just by looking into the datasheet. The input/output pins, timers, counters, serial port, are discussed at length to understand the theory better and then we’ve done some quick experiments with it on the go.


Many of you may or may not have an 8051 development board with you, hence, I’ve included simulation models of every single exercise that we’re going to do in this course. And I’ve also shown the downloading procedure for one of the simplest microcontrollers that I use on a daily basis.

Be Assured

Believe it or not, am doing embedded systems development and training from the past 10 years. I’ve developed more than 500 different products / mini projects and trained more than 10000 students from over 65 countries. You can be assured that whatever I’ve included in this course comes not only from books but also from my experiences in developing systems.

Test Drive it

Take the free preview before enrolling in the course, 25% of the course is free for you. Decide if it’s good for you or not even before enrolling. See and decide if you can understand and cope up with the content and the presenter of the course!!!

Enroll now and start experimenting!!!

Embedded Systems Object-Oriented Programming in C/C++

End-to-End Firmware and Driver Development: UART,GPIO,TIMER, etc. From Datasheet to Embedded C and C++

Created by EmbeddedExpertIO . - Low-Level Code Made Easy


Students: 2065, Price: $49.99

Students: 2065, Price:  Paid

Welcome to the Embedded Systems Object-Oriented Programming course.

This course is for anyone seeking to improve their embedded  firmware development skills. This course focuses on how to apply object-oriented principles to embedded firmware development.

By the end of this course  you will be able to write Objected-Oriented Embedded-C Applications as well as Objected-Oriented Embedded-C++ Applications.

REMEMBER : I have no doubt you will love this course. Also it comes with a  FULL money back guarantee for 30 days!  So put simply, you really have nothing to loose and everything to gain.

HVAC fundamental concepts, designs and systems

Fundamentals, designs and HVAC systems with images and diagrams

Created by Dhruv Patel - Mechanical engineer


Students: 1891, Price: Free

Students: 1891, Price:  Free

This course includes most important fundamentals and design concepts which are helpful to carry out HVAC system design

Various HVAC system explanation with images and diagrams

  • HVAC system introduction

  • centralised and localised systems - classifications and explanations

  • Air handling unit and its components - classifications and explanations

  • thermal comfort - temperature range, heat transfer and effective measures

ElektraWeb Hotel Management System

ElektraWeb Hotel Management System

Created by Yusuf Ünver - Education Support Specialist and Video Editor


Students: 1860, Price: Free

Students: 1860, Price:  Free

ElektraWeb, as one of the most comprehensive and popular hotel management system is currently used in more than 4000 hotels in Turkey and abroad.

Since 2007 it is officially being appointed by the Turkish Education Ministry to be taught as the obligatory course in tourism high schools, while also being taught at the bachelor level in Universities.

After taking ElektraWeb Hotel Management System course, students will gain the necessary knowledge and practical skills on how to perform the most important operations in hotel properties such as reservation management, check-in, check-out, folio, invoice, guest relations, accounting, technical service, housekeeping and other departments.

Embedded Systems Job Interview 101

This course is a 360 overview of embedded systems paradigm: competencies needed, how to get prepared, and what to expect

Created by Smart Embedded Choice - Specialist Technical Training


Students: 1283, Price: $49.99

Students: 1283, Price:  Paid

Learn how to handle embedded systems job interviews. This course is a 360 overview of embedded systems paradigm: competencies needed, how to get prepared, and what to expect. The course is also a good tool to assess your skills and understand what background and experience is needed to become an embedded systems developer

Get a free professional Proof Reading for your resume.

By registering through this course, you will also get a free professional proof reading for your resume.

The field of embedded systems design is reshaping the way we live our everyday life. The demand for technically trained individuals has skyrocketed. This course will help you get prepared before going to your next Embedded Systems job interview.

Embedded System design is more than just programming and Embedded systems Interviews is more than just Q&As. The course covers the skills sets required for an Embedded Systems position. The course highlights various topics that are essential in any embedded systems interview.

Introduction to Embedded Systems

Learn electronics using the Arduino platform and program the board to control various peripherals

Created by Sam Thomas - Educator


Students: 1269, Price: $34.99

Students: 1269, Price:  Paid

Are you looking for a start into the world of embedded systems? Do you want to work with both hardware and software, to get an understanding into world of embedded control? If yes, then let us get started with the course which introduces embedded systems in a  step by step manner. The course is aimed at guiding the learner to level of proficiency where the person can go into more advanced topics on their own.

The topics covered in the course are

Introduction to Arduino Uno
Digital Output
Analog Output
Digital Input
Analog Input
Serial Communication

Mastering STM32CubeMX 5 and CubeIDE – Embedded Systems

Code Drivers and Firmware : PWM, USB,TIMER, SPI, ADC, UART, DMA,FreeRTOS,Embedded-C, Assembly etc

Created by BHM Engineering Academy - 21st Century Engineering Academy


Students: 1181, Price: $49.99

Students: 1181, Price:  Paid

Hello Welcome to the Mastering STM32CubeMX 5 and CubeIDE course

This course teaches you how build embedded systems firmware and peripheral drivers using the STM32CubeMX 5 framework and the STMCubeIDE development environment. This course has many sections but primarily the course can be divided into three parts.

The first part deals with peripheral driver development. In this part we master how to use the STM32CubeMX framework to setup the clocks and register  parameters of our peripheral drivers and then go on to the CubeIDE development environment to complete the development and testing of peripheral drivers. We shall master different setup configurations of our peripheral drivers in this part. These peripherals include the Universal Serial Bus (USB), the PWM, the SPI, the ADC, UART and the DMA.

The second part of this master course deals with developing embedded firmware applications using some of the Middleware provided by the STM32CubeMX framework. One of such Middleware we shall master is the FreeRTOS Realtime Kernel. We shall see how to use STM32CubeMX to create tasks and semaphores and other kernel components for realtime firmware development. We shall also see how to develop these kernel components from scratch using our CubeIDE development environment alone.

The third part of the course deals with working the CubeIDE as a standalone development environment. Over here we shall see how to develop bare-metal embedded-c firmware and drivers without using any libraries. We shall literally download the microcontroller chip's datasheet and develop our firmware and drivers using information from the datasheet only. We shall then go on to use this same datasheet information to develop firmware and peripheral drivers using ARM Assembly Language.

Please take a look at the full course curriculum.

REMEMBER : I have no doubt you will love this course. Also it comes with a  FULL money back guarantee for 30 days!  So put simply, you really have nothing to loose and everything to gain.

Sign up and let's start building some drivers.

Intro to Embedded Machine Learning

Embedded Systems, Machine Learning, and Tiny ML

Created by Ashvin Roharia - Software Engineer at Silicon Labs


Students: 1022, Price: Free

Students: 1022, Price:  Free

In this course, you will learn more about the field of embedded machine learning. In recent years, technological advances in embedded systems have enabled microcontrollers to run complicated machine learning models. Embedded devices for machine learning applications can fulfill many tasks in the industry. One typical example: sensor devices that detect acoustic or optical anomalies and discrepancies and, in this way, support quality assurance in production or system condition monitoring. In addition to cameras for monitoring visual parameters and microphones for recording soundwaves, these devices also use sensors for, for instance, vibration, contact, voltage, current, speed, pressure, and temperature.

Even though there is plenty of educational content on embedded systems and machine learning individually, educational content on embedded ML has yet to catch up. This course attempts to fill that void by providing fundamentals of embedded systems, machine learning, and Tiny ML. This course will conclude with an interactive project where the learner will get to create their own specialized embedded ML project. This project will be based on acoustic event detection using a microcontroller or your own mobile device. By the end of the course, you will be able to pick your own classifications and audio and train and deploy a machine learning model yourself. This is a great way to introduce yourself to and gain valuable experience in the field of embedded machine learning.

Serial Peripheral Interface – NXP Kinetis KL25, MAX7219

NXP Kinetis KL25 Hardware / Software Interfacing of MAX7219

Created by Hariharan Veerappan - System Software Developer


Students: 862, Price: Free

Students: 862, Price:  Free

This course presents brief overview about Serial Peripheral Interface and describes about Kinetis KL25 SPI Module Register set and initialization sequence. Then it describes about the MAX7219, 8 digit LED display interface. Then practical hardware and software implementation of interfacing details along with demo program. It describes about the hardware pin interfacing of Kinetis KL25 like PTD0 ( SS ), PTD1 ( SCK ), PTD2 ( MOSI ) and PTD3 ( MISO ).

Hands-on Embedded Systems with Atmel SAM4s ARM Processor

Understand the processor core and the ADC peripheral with hands-on projects using the Atmel SAM4s microcontrollers

Created by Akshay Gill - Director at MakerMax Inc.


Students: 858, Price: $19.99

Students: 858, Price:  Paid

This course received a major update in Feb 2018 based on the feedback provided.

Welcome to this course on Hands-on Embedded Systems with Atmel SAM4s ARM Processor. At the end of this course you will be comfortable with the ARM processor core, processor model, exception model, reset sequence, general and special registers, and also a master in the ADC peripheral. This course has been made from the ground-up to help you transition from the world of Arduino into the world of 32 bit Atmel SAM4s ARM microcontrollers.

Who am I?

I’m Akshay, and I’ll be your instructor for this course. I have been fascinated with micro controllers since I was a child, and now I consider it lucky to have it as my profession. I currently write firmware for safety critical systems that go inside electric cars. With my knowledge of embedded systems over the past 10+ years, and working in Silicon Valley, I have gained a unique insight into what the industry needs and what the students are lacking.    

Course Structure

This course has 8 sections.

Section 1 will help you understand the differences between Arduino and 32 bit ARM Cortex. You will also understand the Cortex-M instruction set.

Section 2 is dedicated to the setup of the development environment and hardware. This section also contains reference documents that you will be using for the rest of the course.

Section 3 is about the processor fundamentals. At the end of this section you will be comfortable with the inner workings of the processor, the general and special registers that do all the magic inside the processor. You will learn how to interpret the assembly instructions and how they work inside the processor.

Section 4 is about the peripherals. You will learn the theory behind the ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) peripheral. 

Section 5 is the first project of this course where you will sample an analog voltage using ASF libraries in Atmel studio and understand how the peripheral and processor work together to convert this into a digital code.

Section 6 is the second project in this course where you will understand how an analog voltage is sampled and implement it by directly writing to the registers. (No library use here)

Section 7 is the third project in this course where you will understand how to sample real time temperature and how the processor interprets the value in degrees C of F. You will implement it using ASF code.

Section 8 is a homework project in which you will implement temperature sensing using direct register access. Solutions are provided for reference.

This course content was generated from scratch in a way to get the point across to you, in the most efficient, exciting and engaging way!

Is this course for me?

If you are an embedded systems enthusiast, professional or student who is struggling to start programming on the ARM Cortex-M platform, this course if for you. If you have worked with Arduino before, and have basic working knowledge of embedded systems, this course is for you. If you have already been working with ARM Cortex microcontrollers and want to gain a deeper understanding of the processor’s fundamentals as well as the ADC peripheral, then this course is for you!

Can I use another development board?

I use the Atmel SAM4s Xplained Pro development board in this course which houses a ARM Cortex-M4 processor. You may choose any other microcontroller of your choice that works with Atmel Studio. If you need help selecting a board, let me know and I can help you out.

My personal guarantee

I am proud to say that I stand behind this course 100%, and guarantee you that you will get valuable information from this course. There is also a 30 day money back guarantee from Udemy.

With this, you can feel confident about your purchase and know that it is a valuable find.

SNMP Protocol and Network Monitoring System | SNMP Basics

Overview of SNMP Managing Devices With SNMP Configuring SNMP Monitoring Systems With SNMP Troubleshooting Using SNMP

Created by T Mohamed - Network Engineer


Students: 682, Price: Free

Students: 682, Price:  Free

The course includes:

About 2 hours of practical and condensed knowledge

Immediate access to the entire collection of videos and files
Valuable links and resources

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an Internet Standard protocol for collecting and organizing information about managed devices on IP networks and for modifying that information to change device behavior. Devices that typically support SNMP include cable modems, routers, switches, servers, workstations, printers, and more.

SNMP is widely used in network management for network monitoring. SNMP exposes management data in the form of variables on the managed systems organized in a management information base (MIB) which describe the system status and configuration. These variables can then be remotely queried (and, in some circumstances, manipulated) by managing applications.

Three significant versions of SNMP have been developed and deployed. SNMPv1 is the original version of the protocol. More recent versions, SNMPv2c and SNMPv3, feature improvements in performance, flexibility and security.

Managed Devices:

A managed device or the network element is a part of the network that requires some form of monitoring and management e.g. routers, switches, servers, workstations, printers, UPSs, etc...

SNMP Agent:

The agent is a program that is packaged within the network element. Enabling the agent allows it to collect the management information database from the device locally and makes it available to the SNMP manager, when it is queried for. These agents could be standard (e.g. Net-SNMP) or specific to a vendor (e.g. HP insight agent)

SNMP agent’s key functions

  • Collects management information about its local environment

  • Stores and retrieves management information as defined in the MIB.

  • Signals an event to the manager.

  • Acts as a proxy for some non–SNMP manageable network node.

Embedded Systems State Machines & Data Structures

Build Advanced Embedded Firmware with State Machines and Data Structures

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer


Students: 671, Price: $64.99

Students: 671, Price:  Paid

Welcome to the  Embedded Systems State Machines &Data Structures  course.

This course is for anyone seeking to improve their embedded  firmware development skills. The course focuses on the use of state machines and data structures to write quality firmware for embedded devices.

By the end of this course you will be able to build Finite State Machines for Embedded Applications, be able to build a Fixed Scheduler using Finite State Machines, be able to build a Traffic Light Control System using Finite State Machines. You will also master the Techniques for Effectively Implementing Data Structures on Embedded Devices.