Note from the author with regard to the second edition
I awoke one Saturday morning in July 1992 with the idea that it would be “sort of cool” to stroll into a bookshop and see something I’d written on the shelves. So with no clue as to what this would actually entail, I started penning the first edition of Bebop to the Boolean Boogie, which eventually hit the streets in 1995.
Much to my surprise, Bebop quickly found a following at Yale University as part of an introductory electronics course (it was subsequently adopted by a number of other universities around the world), and it soon became required reading for sales and marketing groups at a number of high-tech companies in Silicon Valley and across the USA.
Time passed (as ...