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Offline psysc0rpi0n

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STM32 rookie courses
« on: April 07, 2020, 07:41:14 pm »
Hello.

Anyone knows about STM32 relate courses to start learning? Like video classes, problems, examples, etc? User manuals are not for complete starters. You need to have some basic knowledge from start. I have none.

I appreciate any resources.

Thanks
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Re: STM32 rookie courses
« Reply #3 on: April 10, 2020, 03:33:26 pm »
On-line training:
https://www.stmicroelectronics.com.cn/content/st_com/en/support/learning/stm32-education/stm32-online-training/stm32f7-online-training.html

One question. Is there online training for F4 boards?  I have an STM32F407VET I got from ebay (some boar I found using STM32F407VET6). That one is for F7, right? Or can I follow the same instructions?

I also found this but the english is so, but so bad, that it's not easy to unerstand it all. Subs are completely useless.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnMKNibPkDnGtuIl5v0CvC81Am7SKpj02
 

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Re: STM32 rookie courses
« Reply #4 on: April 10, 2020, 03:46:33 pm »

https://mcuoneclipse.com/ did some very usefull tutorials.
You have to look in the archive though, because they are sometimes a couple of years old, still valid of course.
But there is some very good information to find.
 

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Re: STM32 rookie courses
« Reply #5 on: April 11, 2020, 06:53:19 pm »

https://mcuoneclipse.com/ did some very usefull tutorials.
You have to look in the archive though, because they are sometimes a couple of years old, still valid of course.
But there is some very good information to find.

I found 2 entries so far.
Titles are:

Is Developing for ARM more difficult than for other Architectures

and

A new Freedom Board: FRDM-K20D50M with ARM Cortex M4

The first is more generic and the second is about Cortex M4 which is the one my board has.
 


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