We at Newnes are very excited to tell you about a new technology website:
www.TechBites.com. Newnes is a proud sponsor of this site, which offers a unique mix of Editorial Perspective, Technical Content, Member Contributed Content, and Social Networking.
TechBites.com is comprised of a wide assortment of communities, each focused on a particular engineering, scientific, or technological area of interest. The Premier Managed Communities are each lead by a well-known industry expert. The line-up of Premier Managed Communities includes
Analog and Mixed-Signal - Automotive - DSP (Digital Signal Processing) - Chip Design - Green Power - Embedded Medical - Embedded-Software - ESL (Electronic System Level) - FPGAs (Programmable Logic) - Networking - PCB (Printed Circuit Board) Design - RTOS (Real Time Operating Systems) - RF (Radio Frequency) Design - Verification - Video and Imaging, Wireless...
Once you join (it's FREE), you can connect with industry experts, collaborate with your peers, contribute to existing community discussions, and instigate your own discussions. In addition to reviewing and ranking other folks' articles, you can add your own Blogs, Articles, Reviews, and Tech-Tips with the easy-to-use WYSIWYG editor (you can insert images, links, and even embed videos in your content items). For example, if you've recently read a Newnes book, we would really appreciate it if you could add a review to the TechBites.com site.
But wait, there's more, because members and companies can form their own communities. Some of the existing Member-Run Communities are as follows (bounce over to the TechBites.com site and click on the 'Communities' menu item to see all of the communities):
History of Computers (and 'Stuff') - Network-on-Chip (NoC) - Soft Core Processors - Embedded System Professionals - Guitars and Gear - Transistor-Level IC Design - Test and Measurement - Aerospace - Microcontrollers and Microcomputers - Rapid Prototyping - Mnemonics - Hobby Electronics - Gray Codes - LFSRs - PIC Microcontrollers; and ... the list goes on.
This is a very exciting time. Many of the existing technology sites now seem 'old and stale.' The hot topic at the moment is social networking but - until now - there has not been a good social networking venue for engineers, scientists, and technologists. All of this has changed with TechBites.com. We strongly recommend that you visit TechBites.com, become a member (its Fast and Free), join some communities of interest, leap into the fray with gusto and abandon, and generally start to have a good time!