The webcast "Beyond the Arduino: Programming AVR Microcontrollers in C" hold on March 18 2014, recorded and online now. This presentation will be available to audience members until June 16, 2014 at 12:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time. Visit http://oreillynet.com/pub/e/3018 to view it online, free register and log-in required.
In this webcast, dive straight into the deep end. Show you what you need to get started programming the AVR ATMega (and ATTiny) series microcontrollers, give you an overview of their built-in peripherals, and demonstrate most of the important functionality. And while the focus of this webcast is on Atmel's AVR series, nearly everything you'll learn here is transferable to other microcontrollers.
About Elliot Williams
Elliot Williams is a Ph.D. in Economics, a former government statistician, and a lifelong electronics hacker. He taught himself to program microcontrollers long before there was any such thing as an Arduino, and loves to spread the knowledge. Most recently, he is author of the Maker Media book "Make: AVR Programming, Learning to Write Software for Hardware", which is chock full of microcontroller-programming tidbits and thick enough to stun a rhino.