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Vaclav

I am interested educating myself about how Arduino software "works".
I don't want step by step how to wire LED etc.
And since "comments " are disabled on the source I found I would like short yes / no comments on the book from this forum.
Nothing elaborate, actually negatives are more helpful than "marketing glossies".
Don't want to take lot of your time, just keep it short.
Cheers
Vaclav

CrossRoads

We have a copy, I have looked up a thing or two, typically something really obscure.
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

terryking228

I like the Margolis book.

My take on books is  HERE:
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xta659

C programming for Arduino
by Julien Bayle.
I just finished chapter 1 and the book look promising.
I am new here too and need good books for newbie.
Thanks

Grumpy_Mike


And since "comments " are disabled on the source I found I would like short yes / no comments on the book from this forum.
Nothing elaborate, actually negatives are more helpful than "marketing glossies".

Good solid book.
The author used to be on the forum a lot in the early days, went by the name of "mem"

AdrianB


I like the Margolis book.

My take on books is  HERE:

Thanks) Helps much

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