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An Arduino Workshop
by Joe Pardue
The Arduino — designed for the novice —
has become so popular that there is now
an embarrassment of
riches when it comes
to the amount of
hardware available. So
much stuff is out
there that some folks
have trouble puzzle
piecing out what they
need to just get
started. The author is known for his breezy
writing style and lucid illustrations that help
folks understand complex technical topics.
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A Beginner's Guide
by Richard Mansfield
Skills — Made Easy!
This book will get you
started right away
writing a simple but
useful program in Visual
Basic Express Edition, and
then moves on to more
including a quiz program
and a protected personal
diary. You'll develop real-world
programming skills, like designing user
interfaces and working with variables,
arrays, loops, and procedures. $29.95
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Getting Started in Electronics
by Forrest M. Mims III
Author Forrest Mims teaches you the
basics, takes you on a
tour of analog and digital
how they work, and
shows you how they are
combined for various
circuit assembly tips and
100 electronic circuits
and projects you can
build and test. Forrest M.
Mims, III, has written dozens of books,
hundreds of articles, invented scientific
devices, and loves to share his knowledge
with eager students!
Encyclopedia of Electronic
Circuits, Volume 7
by Rudolf F. Graf / William Sheets
NEW IN THE BESTSELLING SERIES!
ONE THOUSAND MORE LEADING-EDGE CIRCUIT DESIGNS!
Designed for quick
on-the-job use, the
Electronic Circuits, Vol 7,
puts over 1,000
designs at your
circuit type, this all-new collection includes
the latest designs from industry giants such
as Advanced Micro Devices, Motorola,
Teledyne, General Electric, and others.
by Chuck Hellebuyck
If you wanted to
then you've found
the right book.
world and none is
more popular than
the 8-pin version.
Now the home
hobbyist can create projects with these
little microcontrollers using a low cost
development tool called the CHIPAXE
system and the BASIC software language.
Chuck Hellebuyck introduces how to use
this development setup to build useful
projects with an 8-pin PIC12F683
Programming and Customizing
the Multicore Propeller
Written by a team of
guide shows you how
to realize your design
concepts by taking
full advantage of the
The book begins with a review of the
Propeller hardware, software, and Spin
language so you can get started right away.