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On Jan 31 Santosh Shanbhag wrote: Become an Arduino master!
This book assumes no previous knowledge on the part of the reader. Indeed you must have some basic understanding of electronics but just enough to be able to connect the Arduino board to your PC and also install and run the IDE software. If you know just that much, this book will take you to the next level. The information on Arduino is so scattered on the Arduino website and other sites, this book will provide the basis for a strong foundation for you. I like the style of cookbooks in general as "problem statements" and "solutions" are presented together followed by a "discussion" paragraph. Full Review  >

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On Jan 13 Mark Colan wrote: Excellent survey of what you can do with Arduino
The real strength of this book is presenting the broad landscape of what's possible for Arduino. Organized as "recipes", you can combine them to do all kinds of things. Knowing what is possible should help to stimulate your imagination. The book does not go deep into any one subject, choosing instead to give you just enough to get started, and pointers on where to go for deeper information. Full Review  >

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