Hello, I'm a senior embedded engineer and I've worked in multiple industries (semiconductor, e-commerce, consumer electronics, mining, marine, automotive, and aerospace) for the last 7 years.
I'm also an embedded freelancer from 2021.
In this guide, I've distilled the techniques and workflow I use daily to develop firmware for many of my clients. Learn how to do firmware development in the real world.
If you want to get a preview chapter. You can access it for free here: https://rosmianto.notion.site/A-Professional-Guide-to-Firmware-Development-Preview-Only-aae6e23b76634734b78515859c38ef3c?pvs=4
The guide will be a Notion Pages. For the guide content outline, see below:
It will help you to build firmware that:
- Easier to add features
- Easier to modify
- Easier to debug
- Easier to read
Great firmware design will save you tons of time, and tons of effort.
But you don't know me yet, so don't take my word for it. Here are some words from my customer who has accessed the guide:
Pay once to get lifetime access. You will also get guide updates for free.
What you will learn:
- The complete workflow used in professional firmware development
- Unit testing example using Catch2
- Testing automation using GitHub Actions
- Example project: Weather Station
- Bonus example project: LoRaWAN GPS Tracker
I also plan to add more bonus materials in the future:
- Firmware Development using the Agile approach
What you will get:
- The link to the Notion Pages containing the complete package, including bonus materials.
- Example projects.
- Free lifetime updates
Why should I buy this right now?
Because you will get free lifetime updates.
I'm planning to add more value to this guide over time. And to compensate for my time and effort, I will raise the price to match its value.
If you buy now, you will definitely buy at a cheap price. Or, you can buy later when the cost is 2x the current price.
Why should I buy this? I can learn it for free somewhere else.
Yes, you can learn it somewhere else, for free. But hear me out.
When you learn something, you pay either by money or by time.
University, is another example where you pay money to get access to the instructors and the alumni network.
Even though the curriculum and the textbooks/slides are freely available (even MIT courses are free), you still decide to enroll and pay money, instead of doing trial and error to achieve the same skills.
Same with this guide. It's a form of shortcut, you can definitely acquire the skills using free material, but it takes around 5 years to understand the nuance, and filter all the irrelevant materials.
You'll get a link to my Notion Pages.