Books and Magazine Reviews
“How a New Generation of Core Independent Peripherals Redefined Embedded Control” This is (not) Rocket Science is a book about the PIC Microcontroller series. Many modern microcontrollers have hardware blocks for communications, timing, analogue to digital conversion, capacitive sensing etc.
So that I’d have something to read on a long flight I dropped into a Barnes and Noble store to see what magazines were available. I picked these three. Nuts and Volts I’d heard of Nuts and Volts via the
Reader Review There have been a few book reviews of “A Little Saw” today. The first on Amazon from “Tigger” commented that the book “did not cover any power cuting tools” (sic). I had origionally planned to include power saws
My daughter bought me a copy of Colin Furze’s book This book isn’t safe for Christmas. If you’ve never heard of Colin Furze then you should visit his YouTube channel or website colinfurze.com but in summary Colin is mad inventor
This week saw the launch of a new magazine for makers, tinkerers and garden shed engineers. “HackSpace Magazine” aims to be more than just electronics and incorporates woodwork and metalwork too. The first edition will be on sale later this