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Microcontroller Projects With Basic Stamps Paperback – September, 1999
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Al Williams is a consultant, teacher, and author. As a veteran hardware and software designer, Al has written several popular books on all aspects of computers. His columns appear regularly in Visual Developer and Web Techniques magazines. An amateur radio operator since 1977, Al is expert at providing a bridge between the hardware and software worlds. His company, AWC, provides microcontroller consulting and development tools for Basic Stamps and other microcontrollers.
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The projects make sense and illustrate specific topics. There are some games, a capacitance meter, a logic probe, an A/D converter. The book is probably meant as a text book (it has exercises at the end of the chapters) but I found it great for self study (the answers are in the back).
The information on the PIC is helpful and I have even starting programming PICs as a result of reading this book (it comes with plans to make a Stamp-based PIC programmer).