In this session, Mark Dunnett from Arrow explain how to get started with NXP’s LPC55S16 device—a 150 MHz Arm Cortex-M33-based microcontroller. In 60 ‘hands-on’ minutes, Mark will teach you how to install NXP’s free development environment MCUXpresso IDE, the software development kit (SDK) and use the pins and clocks configuration kit to create your first Cortex-M33 application using the LPC55S16-EVK evaluation kit.
What You Will Learn
How to install NXP’s free development environment MCUXpresso IDE
With microcontroller experience going back to Zilog Z80, Motorola 6805 and Philips 8051, Mark has an enviable track record in embedded systems. Through his experience as a field application engineer with global semiconductor vendors, Mark is a recognized professional embedded geek. He can be found most evenings tinkering with microcontroller boards and blogging about what he is doing. For his day-job, Mark works as NXP microcontroller specialist at Arrow Electronics in the UK.