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Jacek Andrzej Michalski
Author: Jacek Andrzej Michalski
Format: PDF, B5, 262 pages
BTC publishing house
Warsaw - paper edition 2007
No electronics has any doubts that modern civilization without microcontrollers can not exist. Despite their universality, microcontrollers are still for many - and not only beginners - electronic people with mysterious and difficult to use components. The author of the book shows in simple examples that in reality it is different: he offers readers intelligent play with microcontrollers, which reminds - liked by "big" and "small" - building from Lego blocks.
If you want to know the microcontrollers from the stands, having fun while doing it, this book is for you!
Dr hab. Eng. Jacek Andrzej Michalski, currently an assistant professor at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences, he was involved, inter alia, in the optimization of industrial processes in the American company General Electric Environmental Services Inc. His biographical notes were among others in "Who's Who in the World" (Marquis), "Who's Who in Science and Engineering" (Marquis) and in the "Dictionary of International Biographies" (Cambridge).
Jacek Andrzej Michalski is the author of many scientific publications and books in the field of chemical and process engineering. He is passionate about the amateur radio (Polish character SP5IMO, American WX3V) and electronics, especially interested in modern microcontrollers and tools for them. He is the author of many microprocessor projects - some of which he published in the monthly "Elektronika Praktyczna", with which he has been cooperating since 2004.