How to develop embedded C skills?.

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    How to develop embedded C skills?.

    Hello guys,

    I am working in a embedded related field. I want to be a good C programmer and get great logical analysis.
    how can I improve my C programming skills.

    expect anyones suggestions.

    bye

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    My 2 cents worth

    I don't program embedded C, but have a great respect for those that do.

    My first thought would be learn to be a very good C programmer. You do this the same way you become good at anything else: practice, practice, practice. Do not be afraid to ask questions, and if you can find a mentor, go for it.

    My impression of embedded programming is that you often have restrictions that you don't have, say, on a Linux box with tons of memory and disk space. Therefore you have to be very consious of memory usage and things like that. If you don't have your fundamentals learned well, you won't be able to do that.

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