Bookshelf

Yes, I know dead trees are quaint, but they still contain useful information in a very user-friendly format. On or off the bookshelf.

Horowitz and Hill’s The Art of Electronics 1st edition and 3rd edition.
Bob Pease’s Troubleshooting Analog Circuits.
Jim William’s AN-47 High Speed Amplifier Techniques; yes, I have a hardcopy!
Tim William’s The Circuit Designer’s Companion.
Hank Zumbahlen’s Linear Circuit Design Handbook, download available.

Sklar’s Digital Communications: Fundamentals and Applications.
Howard Johnson’s High Speed Digital Design: A Handbook of Black Magic.

Huelsman’s Active and Passive Analog Filter Design: An Introduction.
Millman and Halkias’s Integrated electronics: Analog Digital Circuits and Systems.
Roberts and Sedra’s Spice.

Mitrani’s Modelling of Computer and Communication Systems.
The Gang of Four’s Design patterns: elements of reusable object-oriented software.
Steve McConnell’s Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules.
Couloris’ et al Distributed Systems – Concepts and Design.
Hatley and Pirbhai’s Strategies for Real-Time System Specification.
Jean Bacon’s Concurrent Systems: Operating Systems, Database and Distributed Systems – An Integrated Approach.

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