- Capa comum: 304 páginas
- Editora: McGraw-Hill Education TAB; Edição: 2 (28 de setembro de 2017)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 1260012204
- ISBN-13: 978-1260012200
- Dimensões do produto: 19 x 1,7 x 23,4 cm
- Peso de envio: 712 g
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Hacking Electronics: Learning Electronics with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, Second Edition (Inglês) Capa Comum – 28 set 2017
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Simon Monk has a bachelor’s degree in cybernetics and computer science and a Ph.D. in software engineering. He has authored more than 20 books, including Programming Arduino, 30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius, Programming the Raspberry Pi, and is coauthor of Practical Electronics for Inventors. Dr. Monk also designs products for the electronic kit manufacturer, monkmakes.com.
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Whenever the book is guiding on doing a set of tasks, it presents photos and diagrams. It does more than that. The author gives tips on little things such as how to handle parts and even screws, and he tells the reader how to use tools. This grabs me because I've got some expensive electronics tools that I've never used for lack of knowledge and self-confidence. It's usually easier for adults to have tools than to know how to use them.
If there's one single thing I think the author does well, it's to transmit a sense of self-confidence. Every topic from batteries to raspberry to logging multimeter readings on a Mac is driven forward through actions, the doing of them one by one. The book gives one a footing in terms of taking things apart and building interesting things out of a set of parts. I believe this is all a prerequisite skillset and mindset to designing and building robots.
Dr. Simon Monk who after achieving real credentials in academic engineering and software has emerged as a consummate friend of Makers in Modern Electronics and Microcomputer Applications. This his latest of many guides to software, hardware and general (modern) electronics hacking
takes an interesting and perhaps unique approach to bringing the electronics and microcomputer beginner up to speed. The book combines a basic introduction to electronics and electronic assembly, including the use of components, soldering and breadboarding along with two of the most popular yet different hobbyist electronics boards. The Arduino is a stand alone microcomputing service board programmed by a PC in a simplified set of C and C++ languages and with just a easy driver program (no operating system) and intended for ease of use in driving and measuring analog and digital i/o circuits. The Raspberry Pi is a true computer on a single board that is generally used in the Linux Operating System and can serve as a fuller introduction to programming, in Python as well as other programming languages and which allows the manipulation of I/O and external devices with a wide flexibility but with the addition of some outboard circuitry and some additional complication.
By providing full-color illustrations, code listings clear description, parts lists and sourcing Simon Monk provides a true introduction to modern electronics and microcomputer hacking which can be followed up by more specialized books (or better collaboration and instruction at a Hackerspace).
The first edition of this book was instrumental to teaching me Arduino (I haven't played with Raspberry Pi much. The first book was Arduino oriented). The author is conversational, he teaches some of the basic physics without being too advanced and he's fun to read.