I have been using Atmel Studio for about a year with success. Everything I know about is based on various bits and pieces of tutorials and whatever I can figure out on my own. While that has allowed me to get some reasonably sophisticated projects completed, but I feel that there is always a cool new trick around every corner that I am missing out on. In general, I have quilted knowledge that I am hoping to refine past what google searches and youtube videos can offer. Much of what I need to learn goes beyond the IDE - study of the compiler/linker, etc, but I will focus this discussion on the IDE and the associated toolchain and plug-ins. In the end, I want to be able to lead a team and not be in my own weird self-taught world.
Does anyone have any resource suggestions for complete reference or courses on AS6 and/or the various toolchain options? I am specifically not looking for tutorials that cover how open a file, but rather a structured approach from beginner to advanced that will help me better understand how to approach larger projects and team projects. For example, debug tools are a mystery so far and I can only partially understand the toolchain properties. Many of the tutorials I have found simply explains what buttons to push or what to type in a field without explaining the concepts.
I am more than willing to pay money and put in the time, but I have not yet found much. Of course I also feel like I barely know what questions to ask since I don't even know what I don't know. Hoping to learn, please share if you have any good ideas. Thank you.