I am planning a series of excellent electronics text book give-aways on Planet Analog beginning right now. I will have one new give-away every two weeks. The lucky winner will be the person who has the most worthy comment regarding who should receive the book and why. Each different give-away will feature a new theme regarding what type of person should receive the book. For example, in this first contest, Please tell me some worthy high school student should get this book and why.
In this first contest I have two copies of books from Bob Pease entitled Analog Circuits: World Class Designs. There will be two worthy winners judged by myself and my EDN Executive editor colleagues.
Any book by the late Bob Pease would be a great insightful book for anyone interested in tech electronics insights. In this case, the book has contributors like Bonnie Baker, Richard S. Burwen, Professor Sergio Franco, Phil Perkins, Marc Thompson, Jim Williams and Steve Winder. Wow—what a lineup! The book was published in 2008 and this type of analog tech info never gets old—the basics are timeless.
This book is chock full of great chapters on everything analog.
The contest will end a week from now on September 28, 2015 at noon Pacific time and the two winners will be announced shortly thereafter.
I look forward to your comments below—convince me that your candidate is worthy and if you are the candidate—please do tell me why you are worthy—Good luck—this will be fun and educational for all of us.
As Donald Trump would say, Vote early and often