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ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
Learning embedded programming is a highly demanding exercise. The beginner is bombarded with complexity from the start: embedded production based around a myriad of C++ constructs with low-level elements integrated onto ever more complicated processor architectures. The picture is further compounded by tool support having unfamiliar roles and appearances from previous student experiences. This demanding situation often has the student bewildered; seeking for "a crutch" or the simplest waydoi:10.1145/1269900.1268797 fatcat:ikq7gyrhinaaxlnxzdbm2ztqoq