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attended Embedded Systems & Design
posted on 13 Feb, 2016
"Its very great and helpful experience with NSED Labs.Mr.Shyam Shrivastava help us on every technical aspect of Embedded Sytem & design.their also find good knowledge of new technologies. "
attended Embedded Systems & Design in Jan,2013
posted on 18 Jan, 2015
"I did get to work on projects and got practical experience. "
"What course should I join to pursue career as Robotics engineer after completing 12th?" in Robotics classes
Start Learning C.
"I would like to know how we can use two dimensional arrays in strings? I would also know whether we can compare two dimensional strings?" in C Language Classes
Use of Arrays will depend on what you want to do with them. Comaprison of 2 D arrays is possible and can be done by comparing entities at the same position in both the arrays. You need to declare two variables for each dimensions and then fetch one element at a time from both arrays , and then do the necessary calculations. Their are other methods also depending on your level of expertise in C.
"What are the employment opportunity for Robotics?" in Robotics classes
Only Robotics will lead you nowhere. It is preferred if you have a BE/BTECH degree with a knowledge of Embedded Systems. This will increase your chances of getting hired to a great extent. blog.nexusembedded.com
"Why C language is still available in market, while so many & much easier languages are available ?" in C Language Classes
There are no Easy /Easier languages available. All other languages may have better Support compared to a generic C language. The reason why C still survives is because still Operating systems are built using the same. C was built to provide easy batch proccessing of machine instructions as compared with the interpreter based Assembly/Basic languages. It became so popular that still The OS core is based on it. The day people begin using other languages (most probably Python ) for Embedded Systems and writing OS , C will lose its charm.. Its a long way until then. blog.nexusembedded.com