"Lives up to its title as a useful and entertaining technical guide...well suited for students, technical writers, technicians, and sales and marketing people."--Electronic Design
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I think this books is poorly and confusingly written. It is purported to explain the basic workings of computers but has a lot of extraneous infomation on different types of chips... Read morePublished 17 months ago by George L.
This is one of those books that will never be seen on the "required textbook" list of any university course, which is a shame, because it contains some of the simplest and... Read morePublished on June 18, 2014 by bearieq
Even as an introduction to electronics, it is a little too light. It is perhaps suited for a high school student who wants a glimpse of the digital engineering.Published on May 28, 2014 by davez
Pithy, well thought-out visualizations of many of the mainstream and emerging electronic concepts and processes in use, or contemplated. Read morePublished on April 8, 2014 by Dr. George Cernigliaro
If you are interested or just want to or have to learn computer engineering, i highly recommend this book. Read morePublished on March 26, 2011 by Robertson
I was kinda disappointed by the title which looked 'corny' but the contents and writing style simply blew me away. I wish I had this book in College! Read morePublished on October 27, 2009 by Jean J. Labrosse
Excellent book. Lots of antedotal discussions which parallel what is being taught to the reader. If you are young, or not so young, and an engineer or thinking about becoming an... Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by R. Matsick