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When this book was written, I've no doubt it was a great book. Its exposition on how computers interact with the world and the questions it raises are excellent. Read morePublished 4 months ago by G. BARTO
25 years as embedded systems programmer and this is the best of it's kind I've read. Covers all you need to get started in this area.Published 8 months ago by Rusty Shackleford
I have skimmed through the book a few times and have added it to my list of books to read.Published 11 months ago by Mark1968
This book has some great examples in it for the beginner and intermediate project builder. A great reference book to have on the shelf.Published 12 months ago by James E. Mikkalson
Interesting introduction about physical computing, but a very limited one. Similar to the 'getting started with arduino', they only give some very basic explanations about the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by fmcf
I've been a software engineer for 15 years, and was always interested but intimidated by the physical aspect of computing [circuits, chips, sensors, etc]. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by Jason E. Wayne
I bought an Arduino.
I went online and investigated how to use it through tutorials.
I learned about author Tom Igoe through some online videos and was fascinated by what... Read more