Our second Planet Analog tech book give-away begins today. I have three copies of Linear Technology’s First Edition of Analog Circuit Design: A Tutorial Guide to Applications and Solutions
Over the next week I am asking our audience to suggest a worthy high school library anywhere in the US (We can only ship to continental US locations) The deadline will be noon East Coast US time on October 8, one week away.
Tech libraries, especially in high schools, are so critical to those young, budding engineers curious about electronics. This book could not be better for this group as it was written by Bob Dobkin and the late Jim Williams—both Analog “Wizards” with such a gut-feel for electronic design. This type of inate knowledge of electronics is strongly needed for our next generation designers and inventors.
Here is a review by my friend Paul Rako that pretty much says it all.
Please give me and my colleagues some good candidate high schools that would be worthy and convince us why we should award one of these books to them by leaving your choice of high school candidate and comments below.