embeddedlogo2Our Windows Embedded Compact 7 training follows the official Microsoft curriculum, and is based on real ARM Cortex-A8 based hardware. The course shows you the whole process of embedded platform development using Compact 7. A combination of small-group classroom teaching and hands-on labs is used to maximum effect to maximise retention. The course is interactive, and delegates are encouraged to question and explore the subject matter.

In each section of the training we discuss differences between Compact 7’s and its predecessor – Windows Embedded CE 6.0 as well as its successor and close cousin Windows Embedded Compact 2013. This means that the training course is also applicable to those choosing to use Compact 2013 in their project, as well as to students wishing to compare and understand the differences between the different versions.

Each section of the training is reinforced using a hands-on lab. The training and labs are delivered by our in-house Microsoft qualified trainers.

Three days: 9.30 am to 4.30pm (first day start 10am, last day finish 4pm) – light lunch provided each day.
Engineers with an understanding of digital design and embedded software development, but with no prior experience of Windows CE will find this course an ideal starting point for a project based on Windows Embedded Compact 7. Please note that this is a technical training course, and may not be useful to non-engineers.
Hands-on labs. The course content includes a mix of classroom-style presentation, and hands-on labs.
£1195/ €1435 per delegate (excl. VAT)
Please call on +44 1295 768800 or click “ask a question” above.

Course Content Highlights (detailed agenda on request):

  • Architecture and basic features
  • Creating an OS design
  • Building and debugging
  • Source code, BSP and drivers
  • Advanced features
  • Application development
  • Testing and deployment
  • Differences between Compact 7 and CE 6.0

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