Course Syllabus - Introduction to Embedded Systems using Windows Embedded CE - 2nd Edition
Developed by Georgia Institute of Technology, this document provides the syllabus as outlined in Prof Hamblen's 2nd edition textbook, "Introduction to Embedded Systems using Windows Embedded CE". The complete textbook is also available to download.
Instructor Slides - Introduction to Embedded Systems using Windows Embedded CE - 2nd Edition
This set of slides supports the textbook for this course. This course provides an introduction to embedded systems development and is the second edition, targeting the eBox 4300 embedded computer using the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2 operating system. The slides are typically used in lecture format to teach students and to walkthrough the lab exercises that are detailed in the textbook. Refer to the textbook for the course outline and objectives.
Course Textbook (English) - Introduction to Embedded Systems using Windows Embedded CE - 2nd Edition
Developed by Georgia Institute of Technology, this textbook provides an introduction to embedded systems development and is the second edition, targeting the eBox 4300 embedded computer using the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2 operating system. There are 3 components to this course material. The 1st component is this textbook. The 2nd component is the set of slides that support each of the chapters in this textbook. The last component is the code samples that are referenced in the lab exercises in this textbook.
The above material is also available in these languages: Korean, Japanese, German and Simplified Chinese.
Professional Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0 (Wrox Programmer to Programmer) by Samuel Phung
This book is for developers who are interested in learning what resources are available as part of the Windows Embedded CE tool chains and how to use them. A basic understanding of Visual C++, C#, or Visual Basic is helpful.
Windows Embedded CE
Windows Embedded CE is a componentized, real-time operating system to deliver compelling experiences on a wide range of small footprint consumer and enterprise devices. Developers can use Windows Embedded CE to bring their consumer or enterprise device to life by delivering compelling user experiences and seamless connection to the world of Windows devices, PC’s, Servers and Services.
MSDN Windows Embedded Site
If you are not sure which Windows Embedded product is right for you, look at Choose the Right Embedded Product to see a comparison of the Windows Embedded family of products to determine which is more suited to your device needs.
Windows Embedded for Professors and Students
The Windows Embedded Academic program provides professors and students access to the Windows Embedded CE and Windows Embedded Standard operating systems.
Windows Embedded Virtual Labs
Test drive Windows Embedded in a virtual lab and experience first-hand how these products can provide you with the knowledge and flexibility you need to select the operating system that is right for your embedded projects. These labs are for Windows Embedded developers who want to address the demand for specialized and embedded devices.
Microsoft Showcase Videos
View these various Windows Embedded videos on the Microsoft Showcase site.
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