am 29. April 2013
I'll have to admit, I don't always take the time to write a review, but in this case I made a point of it. This book is full of practical advice from somebody who has obviously been involved with embedded systems for some time. It covers planning a design, design patterns, compiler issues, code issues/optimization, hardware interfacing and debugging. I think it's safe to say, one problem solved or avoided is more than worth the price of this book!
The book is best for people that already have some embedded skills, but is also super for university students needing to get some real-world experience quickly. BTW - some nice series of "interview questions that I ask" as an added feature.