CCS, Inc. will be presenting at the 18th annual Microchip's MASTERs Conference this August 20-23 in Phoenix, AZ. The focus this year is The Internet of Things which is ideal to showcase our new Wireless Sensor Control App using the CCS IDE which allow users to easily create a Smart Device App that pairs to your PIC® for reading field data on the fly. Also, our EZ Web Lynx Modules enable you create the Internet of Things, very quickly, using either a Wi-Fi or Ethernet Module add-on and HTML programming to get your product to the Internet.
Darren Rook, CCS Lead Engineer, will be teaching a class on converting Assembly Code to C using the CCS IDE. Attendees of the Using the CCS C compiler for painless migration from Assembly to C Class will learn how to convert Assembly to C using a sample Assembly application for the PIC16F1XXX. Darren will demonstrate in a step-by-step fashion how to implement the necessary constructs in C. Techniques will be covered specifically for the CCS C compiler. For the hands-on portion of the course, participants will experience the speed and ease of developing applications from scratch, using the CCS C Compiler. Also covered will be the use of the application Wizard, basic IDE use, programming concepts and advanced debugging techniques, as well as new features of the IDE.
For more information on the conference, to register, or to sign up for the CCS class, please visit the Microchip MASTERs website.
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