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Edidted & Added those to the sticky C Books in top

They seem rather good , both part I for embedded beginners
And part II , for everyone i think.

Programming Embedded Systems I
http://www.le.ac.uk/engineering/...
Category : Programming Embedded Systems (a 10 Week Course)
Basic Hardware / OS types / C coding
Level : ALL

Programming Embedded Systems II
http://www.le.ac.uk/engineering/...
Category : Programming Embedded Systems (a 10 Week Course)
RS485 / RS232 / I2C / Schedulers / CAN master/slave / etc.....
Level : Intermediate to Advanced

He has a patterns page with some nice pubs
http://www.le.ac.uk/engineering/...

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Added the watchdog paper to sticky

Section 2 , above. Is based on this book
http://www.iee.org/oncomms/pn/me...

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I was wondering if the books are OK even though they mostly deal with the 8051 :?: :?:

The reader has to substitute the I/O part with the Atmel AVR portstuff , and they should NOT try to copy the reset circuit , as the AVR has reset active low ..... :wink: :wink:

Personally i think its a good intro to "General HW & Programming" wanted to hear another opinion , as it could confuse a newbie who is just typing it in as it is.

So .... any objections/comments :?:

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