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Practical AVR Microcontrollers: Games, Gadgets, and Home Automation with the Microcontroller Used in Arduino by Alan Trevennor

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About the Author

Alan Trevennor Alan originally wanted to work in music radio. However, after getting hooked on digital electronics via a Science of Cambridge MK14 computer kit, Alan Trevennor joined the UK computer industry in 1980 as a hardware engineer, fixing DEC PDP-11 systems.

In the 1980s he wrote hardware-related books about operating systems and Amstrad computers. He progressed to systems engineering and became a key member of DEC’s UK Unix support team. He created and taught many training courses and user guides for DEC’s Unix-related products, RISC computers, TCP/IP networking, and other subjects. He also contributed technical articles to many magazines.

In the 1990s Alan migrated to being a digital media solutions architect with Compaq ...

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