Learn the parts of electrical engineering that most people have to learn by trial and error:
I've taken all the little nuggets of wisdom normally hidden deep inside obscure datasheets or application notes, plus my years of experience designing and building electronics and put them all in one place. I would have killed for a book like this when I was first starting my career or designing my first circuit board. If you want to know more about what's in the book, download it! It's free! I want this to be available to everyone.
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Learn the practical stuff that doesn't get covered in class, but is critical for your success as an engineer. Very useful for senior design.
See how to overcome and avoid problems that keep you from finishing projects. Save money and time by needing fewer iterations to get a design working.
Get your electronics to work so you can get back to actually collecting data.
Building an installation? Learn how to make the concept in your head real.
Move faster than your competition, achieve product-market fit, and design products that are actually manufacturable.
Hey! I'm Hunter Scott. I'm the director of hardware engineering at Reach Labs, a silicon valley hard-tech hardware company. I have an engineering degree from Georgia Tech, I've founded two hardware startups, and I've been designing electronics for over 10 years. I've made a lot of design mistakes and debugged a lot of problems in that time, and I've learned from all of them. I wrote down everything I wish I'd known when I started my career and put it in this book.
If you found a mistake in the book, have other feedback, or want to ask me a question, you can contact me at [email protected].