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1. Introduction to the Cortex-M processor family 2. Developing software for the Cortex-M family 3. Cortex-M Architecture 4. Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard 5. Advanced Architectural features 6. Cortex-M7 Architecture 7. Debugging with CoreSight 8. Practical DSP for the Cortex-M4 9. Developing with CMSIS-RTOS 10. Practical RTOS Techniques 11. Test Driven Development 12. Designing Software Components 13. Closing Thoughts
Trevor Martin graduated from Brunel University in 1988 with an Honors degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. In the same year he began work as a Junior Hardware engineer at Philips Medical Systems. He joined Hitex in 1992 as a Technical specialist for 8 Bit Microcontroller development tools. This included the 8051,68HC11 microcontrollers. He also gained experience with networking protocols such as CAN,USB and TCP/IP. Since 2000 he has been supporting ARM based microcontrollers, initially ARM7 and ARM9 CPU then moving to Cortex-M processor. To promote these devices he has worked closely with both NXP and ST and also TI and Freescale to a lesser extent. Since 2005 he has written a number of Insiders Guide Books which are introductory tutorials to ARM based microcontroller families such as LPC2000, STR9 and STM32. He also runs regular training courses, a general Cortex Microcontroller workshop and also device specific courses.