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Brain Training = PIC Training
    When I was young electronics was full of creative energy. Everything we needed had to be built using fundamental electronic components. Now the youngsters
have ready built modules which perform feats which in the early days I could only dream about. But what a difference. Now they walk around with an iphone in their hand and a permanent downward angle to their gaze.

    If our tasks are made too easy we loose the ability to create fundamentally original solutions but we cannot avoid the reality of modern life. Computers are here to stay and when used correctly they are the most exciting way to train our brains. We are well past the the days of learning to programme our own simple home computer so we must find an alternative very latest technology system which can generate that same level of creative energy. The microcontroller fulfills this requirement in every way. A microcontroller is a complete computer on a chip but unlike the home computer the simple versions of the microcontroller are still used and are in great demand. So there we have it.
P955H PIC Training Course

Imagine giving a Thomas Hardy book to a child who has just learnt to read. The child cannot understand the book so we create a new language to avoid the complications. How absurd! So why do it with computer languages? The correct technique is to avoid the complications not to rewrite the language.

The first book of the P955H training course is a perfect example of how to begin the process of learning to write your own computer programmes without getting bogged down in excessive complications.

The first book teaches absolute beginners to write PIC programmes using assembler which is the natural language of the PIC. We use a relatively simple 8 bit PIC, simple programming techniques, and inspire the reader with immediate success. In the space of 24 experiments two projects and 56 exercises we work through from absolute beginner to experienced engineer level. The second book introduces the C programming language for 8 bit PICs in very simple terms. The third book teaches Visual C# programming for the PC so that we can create PC programmes to control PIC circuits.

In the fourth book we learn to programme 32 bit MX PICs using fundamental C instructions. This is quite straightforward to start with as most of the code is the same as already used with 8 bit PICs. Then life gets more complex as we delve into serial communication with the final task being to create an audio oscilloscope with advanced triggering and adjustable scan rate.

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