With its September 2013 issue, Circuit Cellar magazine unveils a bold new layout and fresh content for electrical engineers, academics, and serious embedded systems designers everywhere. Together with the Elektor International Media staff, the CC team delivers a modern, clean layout that makes studying photographs and analyzing schematics easier and more exciting.
The new layout includes handy direct links (and QR codes) to a variety of essential online resources, such as source code, videos, and parts lists. As for new content, Circuit Cellar is delivering two informative columns: Green Computing by Ayse Coskun and Programmable Logic in Practice by Colin O’Flynn (as of Issue 279). Another new feature is CC World. Much like Elektor magazine’s Elektor World section, Circuit Cellar now provides monthly updates on topics of interest to the community, such as the CC Weekly Code Challenge (http://bit.ly/1brGEIU).
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Become a Circuit Cellar member and read about the hottest new embedded technologies, including Raspberry Pi, embedded Linux, low-power design and more. Whether it’s programming advice or design applications, you can rely on Circuit Cellar for insight and solutions to all your electronics challenges.
To celebrate Circuit Cellar’s new look, you’ll receive 25% OFF membership rates if you order before Tuesday, September 24, 2013. You pay only $37 (approx. £24 / €28) instead of the regular rate of $50 for 12 editions in print or digital.