STM32 Development Ecosystem hands-on workshop

Discover the best software practices to quickly and easily reach your development targets

STM32 software tools help embedded designers overcome software constraints

Discover the best software practices to quickly and easily reach your development targets

Join our free-of-charge STM32 Development Ecosystem hands-on workshop.

Who should attend this workshop?

  • Engineers looking to easily develop on any STM32 32-bit microcontroller
  • Engineers looking forward to understanding the various software offers available
  • Developers looking for a way to improve the performance of their current microcontroller applications

What are the STM32 software tools?

The STM32Cube comprehensive software tool consists of STM32Cube embedded software libraries including the hardware abstraction layer (HAL), which ensures high portability between different STM32 series, and our new low-layer (LL) APIs, a lightweight and performance-oriented set of APIs.

Moreover, you will use SW4STM32, a free-of-charge GCC-based Eclipse IDE; STM Studio, a run-time variable monitoring and visualization tool; and STM32CubeMX, a graphical interface for configuring the embedded firmware.

Benefits you will take away

  • Complete understanding of how to use STM32Cube to configure and generate code with the SW4STM32 toolchain
  • How to efficiently migrate a project between STM32L0 and STM32L4 microcontrollers
  • Tips and tricks to optimize software performance and footprints using STM32 low-layer APIs
  • Strong practical experience on using these tools on your own applications

Are you looking for hands-on training to deepen your embedded knowledge and learn new techniques? This is THE place to be!

Every attendee will receive a free STM32 Nucleo kit.

There is no charge to participate in this event, but you must register through

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Dates and locations

City Date Status 
Cape Town, South Africa October 24, 2017 Open
Johannesburg, South Africa October 26, 2017 Open