Thumbs up: Jack Ganssle’s Embedded Muse newsletter (and website)

May 2, 2016 | 11:01
Thumbs up: Jack Ganssle’s Embedded Muse newsletter (and website)
Thumbs up: Jack Ganssle’s Embedded Muse newsletter (and website)
By signing up to Jack Ganssle’s free Embedded Muse newsletter you are sure to get a bi-weekly shot of inspiration for your projects involving microcontrollers and related technologies. But that’s not all, Jack also supplies a constant stream of Jokes, tech chitchat, updates from the industry, tips, tricks and feedback from readers, and a constant critical eye for tech details the big chip manufacturers remain silent about.

Here at Elektor we were delighted to discover The Embedded Muse’s coverage of that elusive field best identified as “embedded-meets-analog” or is it the other way around. The website behind The Embedded Muse is a veritable archive for the electronics enthusiast, whether inclined to programming and debugging embedded stuff, or soldering and other classic activities like oscilloscopin’ and plain DMM-based measuring. Topping it all, certainly for the younger generation are Jack’s videos with their fine blend of e-didactics and critical approaches, from a calm presenter who knows his stuff.

Highly recommended by Elektor – sign up for The Embedded Muse today!
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