- Published in issue 5/2006 on page 0
Learn to program AVR microcontrollers in C
If you have always wanted to learn C programming for a microcontroller but have struggled with books and manuals on the subject, then this kit could be what you have been waiting for. The kit is based on our popular E-blocks™ system for rapid prototyping and learning. The concept of E-blocks is simple: each E-block consists of a block of electronics you would find in an electronic system: a processor board, a switch board, keypad, USB interface etc. To make an electronic system you simply snap the appropriate E-blocks boards together and develop the software to make the system run to the specification. Whilst developing the hardware system is relatively easy, the software can be the difficult part – and that’s where the C for AVR microcontrollers CD ROM comes in.