since buying my Arduinos I’ve have some excellent help from the members of this forum that has pretty much always enabled me to complete the various projects that I’ve had a play with.
I was a fortran programmer years ago and have tried to keep my hand in with various versions of BASIC over the years…so I have some programming background but this is the first time I’ve done anything C related.
As someone who likes to understand the code I’m entering rather than just having it ‘work’ at the end I wondered if there are any books that others out there use and would recommend for the next step in learning good quality code?
…and any tips for persuading my wife that a book on Arduino programming IS good quality holiday reading and does not make me a sad geek that should be left at home? :-[
I have taken a look at ‘making things talk’ and it looks very good but I have not got round to purchasing one yet. It is based on arduino projects.
People also say the ‘getting started with arduino’ is very good.