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14867646 No.14867646 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

What books do you guys recommend to go from zero to hero in the EE field?

>> No.14867647
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You're deeply retarded.

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I am God

>> No.14867674

EE here. There's no correct answer to this. It depends on the field you want to ace. At academic level, the path is quite clear. Follow course syllabus and shit. In this case you'll have to learn a good lot of more or less usefull stuff you'll ever apply in real life engineering job. Academy can be a real bitch.

On the other hand, if you want succes at a job level, you'll have to learn a lot of stuff that's little to none of taught at school. Excel, Autocad 2D and 3D, the norms that regulates the blueprints, how to draw them. Equipment and material sizing and selection. etc. Talk to actual EE people working at the field you'd like to work at and ask them what is worth learning in order to get a good job.

>> No.14867703

anime is fucking gay

>> No.14867724

Too broad a field to give you a rec

>> No.14867769

Ok how about signals specifically, that's pretty interesting to me. Other specialties for me include robotics and industrial. Any suggestions based on these?

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