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Book: Programming and Customizing the PICAXE Microcontroller by David Lincoln

Book Review: Programming and Customizing the PICAXE Microcontroller by David Lincoln

categories: Book, Microprocessors, System Design, Programming, Software, Microcontroller

Author: David Lincoln
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education TAB

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Beyond several minor errata, and a desperately needing an update to cover the new chips and advances with the picaxe system, I must say this is hard to fault. I use Picaxe chips daily in a national museum for rapid prototyping new interactive exhibits, so this book is always within arms reach. This is great for anyone who is just starting out in electronics or microcontrollers, the 'experiments' are set out in increasing complexity and are designed to give practical hands-on experience with the Picaxe system. Thanks TAB and Mr. Lincoln

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