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Embedded Programming Essentials

A comprehensive fundamental course on Embedded Programming for automotive applications according to modern industry standards.

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Jayesh Suryawanshi

Volkswagen (I) Pvt. Ltd.,

RMD Sinhgad

Mithin SanthaKumar

Timetooth Technology

Cochin University of Science and Technology University in Kochi, Kerala

Manthan Waghaye

Altigreen Propulsion Labs Pvt Ltd

Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College Of Engineering

Hemant Sagar

KN Associates

PM polytechnic, Delhi ncr , sonipat

Jangaiah Chikonda



sai dinesh


usharama college of engineering and technology

Vadapalli A S Krishna Maruthi Srinivas

advance technologies

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada

Manas Metar

Sphinix World Biz Limited

University of Wolverhampton


This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

Central to the safe and controlled working of electric vehicles are embedded systems with microcontrollers programmed by embedded programming languages. These languages are used to develop embedded systems that control specific features in EVs. As there are multiple interconnected microcontrollers in electric vehicles, engineers aspiring to work on the development of embedded systems for EV applications must have a hands-on understanding of Embedded software programming.

This course will strengthen your fundamentals in embedded software programming for automotive applications. You will learn about...

  • Input/Output Functions
  • Data Types for Embedded Programming, Operators, and Memory Management
  • Control Statements, Function Prototypes, and Pointers
  • Compilation Process, Preprocessor Directives, and Arrays
  • Advanced Function Arguments
  • Stack Operations, Queue Operations
  • Finite State Machine
  • Embedded Design Patterns
  • C and Embedded C Standards
  • AUTOSAR C Rules
  • MISRA C Guidelines

To equip you with job ready and industry relevant skills that prepare you for the real-world scenario, this course comes with two projects. You will have to use Embedded C to write codes for specific applications. By the end of this course, you will have the practical skills needed to apply your understanding in the industry according to modern trends and standards.

Who can take this course? 

Graduates with a background in similar fields can take this course.

Course Syllabus

On a daily basis we talk to companies in the likes of Tata Elxsi and Mahindra to fine tune our curriculum.

Week 1 - C Language for Embedded Programming, C Input /Output Functions, C Data Types for Embedded Programming, C Language Operators


  • What an Embedded System is
  • Traits and Architecture of an Embedded System
  • Embedded Hardware and Software
  • Why C-language is Preferred for Embedded SW Development
  • Installing Tool Chain
  • Installing STM32CubeIDE
  • Installing GCC Compiler
  • Creating a New Project
  • Basic Elements of a C-Program
  • C-Program Layout
  • Standard I/O - Library
  • getchar and putchar
  • printf and sprintf
  • scanf and sscanf
  • C Data Types
  • Signed Data Representation
  • Data Type - Overflow/Underflow Issues
  • C99 Data Types
  • Fixed Point and Floating-Point Representation
  • FPU Usage
  • ‘Enum’ and ‘Typedef’
  • Operators in C
  • Operators Precedence and Associativity

Week 2 - C Control Statements, Function Prototypes, Introduction to Pointers, C Storage Classes and Type Qualifiers


  • Control Statements in ‘C’ language
  • ‘if-else’
  • Loops for Iterations
  • Switch Case for Multiple Selections
  • Tips and Traps for Switch-Case
  • ‘if-else’ vs ‘switch’
  • ‘goto’ Statement and Labels
  • Introduction to vFunctions
  • Advanced Control Flow with ‘setjmp( )’ and ‘longjmp( )’
  • Functions ()
  • Function Prototypes
  • Recursive Function
  • Function Pitfalls
  • Introduction to Pointers
  • Call by Value Vs Call by Reference
  • Pointer Arithmetic
  • Functions as ‘Pointer'
  • C Storage Classes
    • Automatic
    • External
    • Static
    • Register

Week 3 - C Compilation Process, C Preprocessor Directives, Arrays in C, Arrays to Functions, and Array of Function Pointers


  • Stages of the Compilation Process
    • Pre-processing
    • Compilation
    • Assembling
    • Linking
  • GCC Commands for Each Stage
  • Preprocessor Directives in C
  • Macros and their Types
  • Conditional Compilation
  • #pragma
  • Introduction to Arrays
  • Array Initialization
  • Accessing Array Elements
  • 2D Arrays
  • 3D Arrays
  • Pointers and Arrays
  • Passing Array Elements to a Function
  • Array of Pointers
  • ‘Function’ as ‘Pointer’ - Function Pointers
  • Array of Function Pointers

Week 4 - Command Line Arguments, Variadic Functions, Strings and String Functions in C, Structures in C, Unions and Bitfields in C


  • Command Line Arguments in C
  • Variadic Functions in C
  • Strings in C language
  • String Functions from
  • Structure Declaration in C
  • Array of Structures
  • Pointer Objects to Structure
  • Memory Allocation of Structure and Structure Padding
  • Structure Padding Comparison
  • Bit Fields
  • Unions

Week 5 - Advanced Function Arguments, Advanced Pointers-Void Pointers, File Operations in C, Standard Libraries C


  • Function Pointers
    • Passing Function Pointers as Arguments to a Function
  • Inline Functions
  • Passing a String as a Function Argument
  • Returning a String from a Function
  • Passing Arrays to Function Arguments
  • Returning Multiple Values from a Function
  • Passing Structure Pointers as Function Arguments
  • Passing an Array of Structures to a Function
  • Double Pointers with Example
  • Void pointers with Example
  • Miscellaneous Features
  • File I/O Handling
  • Read and Write Operations
  • Error Handling Mechanisms
  • General Properties of C Library
  • Functions of C Library
  • Need for Libraries - Static vs. Dynamic Libraries
  • Utility Functions

Week 6 - C Memory Management, Dynamic Memory Allocation, Modular C Programming, Modular C Programming, and C Program Optimization


  • C Memory Model
  • Dynamic Memory Allocation on Heap
  • Miscellaneous Memory Functions
  • Variable Length Arrays
  • Creating a User-Defined Library
  • Makefile Project in STMCubeMX IDE
  • Creating a Custom Makefile
  • Introduction to Debugging
  • Debugging using GDB Tool
  • Debugging using Preprocessor Directives
  • Optimization for Memory Usage and Execution Speed
  • Optimization Methods
  • Code Level Optimization

Week 7 - Stack and Stack Operations, Queue and Queue Operations, Linked List, Finite State Machine

  • Fundamental Concepts of Data Structures
  • Operation on Data Structure
  • Arrays and Array Operations
  • Stack and Standard Stack Operations
  • Fundamental Concepts of Queue
  • Operations performed in Queue
  • Different Types of Queue
  • Fundamental concepts of Linked List
  • Types of Linked List
    • Singly Linked List
    • Doubly Linked List
    • Circular Linked List
    • Doubly Circular Linked List
  • Introduction to FSM (Finite State Machine)
  • State Diagram
  • Explanation of State Diagram
  • State Table
  • Implementation of State Machine
  • Mealy State Machine
  • Moore State Machine

Week 8 - Process Management in C, Embedded Design Patterns

  • Threads
  • Memory Model of Threads
  • Library
  • Process Vs Threads
  • IPC Mechanism
  • Different Design Patterns of Embedded System
  • Hardware Adapter Pattern
  • Observer Pattern
  • Debounce Pattern
  • Interrupt Pattern
  • Polling Pattern

Week 9 - C and Embedded C Standards

  • C Standards
  • K&R C
  • K&R Standards
  • ANSI C
  • C90 Standards
  • C99 Standards
  • C11 Standards
  • Embedded C
  • C-General Coding Standards
  • Embedded C Standards

Week 10 - AUTOSAR C Rules and MISRA C Guidelines


  • Common Pitfalls in C Language
  • Overstepping of Array Boundaries
  • Example of Faulty Code
  • Buffer Overflow
  • Stack Overflow
  • Glimpse into AUTOSAR and MISRA
  • Prominent MISRA C Rules

Week 11 - Introduction to C++ and OOPS-Part 1

  • Introduction of C++
    • What is C++?
    • Program Paradigm
    • ANSI/ISO Vs Standard C++
    • C++ Syntax and Structure
    • C++ Language Fundamentals
    • Benefits of C++ over C
  • C vs C++
    • Procedural Vs OOP
    • Compiling a C Program in C++ Environment
    • Undefined Behavior in C and C++
    • Void * in C vs C++
    • Name Mangling
    • Use of Extern C in C++ Programming
    • Structures in C Vs Class in C++
  • C++ Vs Java
    • Similarities between C++ and Java
    • Exception Handling in C++ vs Java
    • Default Virtual Behavior in C++ Vs Java
    • Floating Point Operations and Property of Associativity in C, C++, and Java
  • Dynamic Memory Allocation
    • malloc()
    • calloc()
    • realloc()
    • free
    • new
    • delete
    • malloc Vs new
    • free Vs delete
  • Object Oriented Programming
    • OOP’s Concepts - Briefing
    • Class
      • Default Access Specifier in a Class
      • Access Modifiers
      • Constructor
      • Destructor
      • Assignment Operator
      • Copy Constructor
      • Default Member Functions in a Class
    • Object

Week 12 - OOPS - Part 2

  • Object-Oriented Programming
    • Encapsulation
    • Abstraction
    • Message Passing
    • Dynamic Binding
    • Data Hiding
    • Inheritance
      • Use of Inheritance
      • Modes of Inheritance
      • Types of Inheritance
        • Single Inheritance
        • Multiple Inheritance
        • Hierarchical Inheritance
        • Multiple Inheritance
        • Hybrid Inheritance
      • Multipath Inheritance
    • Diamond Problem

Week 13 - OOPS - Part 3

  • Object-Oriented Programming
    • Polymorphism
      • Compile Time Polymorphism
        • Function Overloading
        • Operator Overloading
      • Runtime Polymorphism
        • Function Overriding
        • Virtual Keyword
        • VTable
        • Vptr-V Pointer
        • Virtual Functions
        • Abstract Class
        • Pure Virtual Function
        • Interface Vs Abstract Class

Week 14 - Constructor and Destructors

  • Constructor and Destructor
    • Virtual Constructor
    • Virtual Destructor
    • Virtual Copy Constructor
    • Shallow Copy Vs Deep Copy
    • Default Constructor and Copy Constructor
    • Copy Constructor and Assignment Operator
    • Dangling Pointer
    • Void Pointer and Opaque Pointer
    • Null Pointer and Wild Pointer
    • Private Constructor
    • Private Destructor
    • Copy Elision
    • Explicit Keyword

Week 15 - Keywords in C++

  • Static Keyword in C++
    • Static Variables in a Function
    • Static Variables in a Class
    • Static Members of Class - Static Class Objects
    • Static Member Functions in a Class
  • Const Keyword in C++
  • Mutable Keyword in C++
  • Friend Function and Friend Class in C++
  • This Pointer in C++
    • ‘this’ Pointer
    • Types of ‘this’ Pointer
    • Delete ‘this’

Week 16 - Type Casting

  • Type Casting in C++
    • Implicit Cast
    • Explicit Cast
    • dynamic_cast
    • static_cast
    • reinterpret_cast
    • const_cast
  • Member Initializer List in C++
    • Use of Initializer Lists
    • Member Initializer Lists

Week 17 - Exception Handling

  • Exception Handling in C++
    • Exception Handling in C++
    • Base Class and Derived Class Exception Handling
    • Catch Block in C++
    • Object Destruction
    • Stack Unwinding in C++
  • Templates in C++
    • Introduction to Templates
    • Function Templates
    • Class Templates
    • Template Specialization

Week 18 - Multi-Threading

  • Multithreading in C++
  • Posix Threads
  • Std::thread
  • Inter-Process Communication
  • What is IPC?
  • Various Methods in IPC
  • Smart Pointers
  • Use of Smart Pointers
  • Types of Smart Pointers
  • Auto Pointer
  • Unique Pointer
  • Shared Pointer
  • Weak Pointer

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Industry Projects

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 3 Projects that are available in this program.

User Interfaces for Working with “Sets”

In this project, you will have to use the C programming language to implement interfaces for mathematical set theory. This requires the development of two linked lists and the implementation of interfaces to perform certain functions such as insertion, display, union, and intersection.

Finite State Machine for Aircraft Landing Gear System

You will have to develop a code using C programming to control the retraction and extension of an airplane’s landing gear. The objective of this project is to implement logic for extending and retracting gears using a Finite State Machine Algorithm in C language.

Automobile Maintenance System

Build an object-oriented library that can be used to track automobile maintenance. There will be a set of syntax given, which the students have to use in order to create the library. The library interfaces, or APIs (Application Program Interface), should be capable of adding, updating, listing, and removing the entries at runtime.

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Commence your career as an Embedded C Developer with our Embedded C Essentials course

The Embedded C Essentials is a 3-month online course. This embedded C programming course covers basic to advanced concepts needed to build an embedded system. Industry Projects are also included in the curriculum, which will help you gain experience in solving real-time problems.

Skill-Lync is a leading e-learning platform for engineers that have specially designed the Embedded C Essentials course to cater industry’s growing demands.

Who Should Take This Course?

This Embedded C Essentials course is designed for beginners who want to learn about embedded systems. Industry experts have designed this embedded C programming course for students and graduates from Electronics and Communication and related engineering disciplines.

If you are keen on developing an embedded system for an EV application, then this course is for you. Professionals who want to upskill themselves for career growth can also learn how embedded system works through this course at Skill-Lync.

What Will You Learn?

This course will teach you industry-relevant concepts and programming languages used in the industry. Through this embedded C course,

  • You will learn what is embedded C, the basics of embedded C programming for embedded systems and the uses of embedded C programming.
  • You will learn about data types, control systems, pointers, recursive functions and storage classes.
  • You will learn different stages of the compilation process, GCC Commands, arrays and macros and their types.
  • You will learn advanced function arguments, error handling mechanisms and utility functions.
  • You will learn stack and standard stack operations and concepts of the queue.
  • You will learn Finite State Machines, a computational model for simulating sequential logic and programs.

Skills You Will Gain

  • You will be able to build robust embedded systems.
  • Working on industry-relevant projects will help you gain industry-relevant skills.
  • You will gain hands-on experience in C Programming and STM32CubeIDE.

Key Highlights of the Program

  • This is a 3-month course.
  • Besides the course completion certificate for all participants, the top 5% of learners get a merit certificate.
  • You will get email support and forum support to clear your queries and doubts.
  • Real-time industry-relevant projects will make your learning purposeful.

Why Should You Pursue the Embedded Systems Online Course?

  • Skill-Lync's embedded c programming course is focused on imparting the key technical skills that are required by the industry. We constantly revise our embedded systems course curriculum to make it aligned with the new trends that are being discovered.
  • We are the pioneer in providing advanced courses in embedded programming languages in India for engineers like you and are on a mission to level up the engineering workforce. This embedded systems programming course delves deep into the essential technicalities and teaches the most in-demand software tools as per teh industry standards.
  • Combined with our unique pedagogy, this embedded c programming course can help you either kick-start or advance your career if you are a professional.

Career Opportunities after Taking the Course

After completing the Embedded C Essentials course, several career opportunities will open up for you. Some positions that you can work for include,

  • Embedded C Developer
  • System Design Verification Engineer
  • Automotive Embedded C Developer

FAQs on Embedded C Essentials

  1. Who can take up this embedded C course?

Students and graduates of Electronics and Communication and related streams of engineering can take up the Embedded C Essentials course. If your area of interest lies in developing embedded C programs for automotive applications then you can pursue embedded C programming.

  1. What is embedded C?

Embedded C is an extension of the C programming language and is used for microcontroller-based applications.

  1. What is the duration of the Embedded C Essentials course?

The duration of the embedded C course is 3-month.

  1. What is the fee for learning embedded C programming?

The fee for learning C programming for embedded systems is flexible, and it ranges from INR 7,000 to INR 15,000 per month for three months. The basic plan would give you two months of access, the pro plan would give you four months of access, and the premium plan would provide you with lifetime access.

  1. How much can an Embedded C Developer earn?

According to Ambitionbox, the average salary of an Embedded C Developer is ₹ 5.1 lakhs per annum. However, it primarily depends on your experience and expertise.

  1. Is there any certificate for completing the embedded C course?

Yes, After completing the Embedded C Essentials course, you shall be given a course completion certificate. The top 5% of the scorers will be given a merit certificate alongside the course completion certificate.

  1. What is the use of learning embedded C programming?

By 2028 there would be a 24% increase in job opportunities for embedded engineers. Learning embedded C programming and how embedded system works could increase your employability.

  1. Who has designed the embedded C course?

Industry experts in this domain have designed the Embedded C Essentials course to make this course industry-relevant. You will get a thorough knowledge of basic embedded C programs after completing this course.

  1. Do I need to work on projects for completing the embedded C programming course?

Yes, You have to work on projects for completing the Embedded C Essentials course.

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