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5 Books Every Embedded Systems Engineer Should Read

Here’s some summer reading to get embedded with. These books will school you in security, design, ARM, and architectural concepts.

Jacob Beningo

August 13, 2019

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I’m not sure what it is about summer--whether it’s more downtime, more sun, or whatever the reason--but summer seems to be the perfect time to catch up on reading. I often get asked by readers and colleagues what books I recommend to get up to speed on embedded systems development. Whether you are looking for something technical to read at the beach or at the office over lunch, here are five books every embedded systems engineer should read (if you haven’t already).

These are just a few books embedded systems developers will find useful this summer as they recharge and prepare themselves for the challenges they face developing embedded systems in a connected world.

Have you read any good embedded systems books lately? Share with your colleagues what they are and how they helped!

Jacob Beningo is an embedded software consultant who currently works with clients in more than a dozen countries to dramatically transform their businesses by improving product quality, cost, and time to market. He has published more than 200 articles on embedded software development techniques, is a sought-after speaker and technical trainer, and holds three degrees which include a Masters of Engineering from the University of Michigan. Contact him at [email protected], or his website and sign-up for his monthly Embedded Bytes Newsletter.

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Jacob Beningo

Jacob Beningo is an embedded software consultant who currently works with clients in more than a dozen countries to dramatically transform their businesses by improving product quality, cost and time to market. He has published more than 300 articles on embedded software development techniques, has published several books, is a sought-after speaker and technical trainer and holds three degrees which include a Masters of Engineering from the University of Michigan.

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