Are there any resources for learning about electronics/electrical projects from a *debugging* standpoint rather than a theoretical one?
For example, given a simple application, what is the correct schematic to solve it, *and why*? I find when coding, I solve issues as they come up and learn along the way. So a series of walkthroughs from 1) my intuition is to do it this way, 2) why this way doesn't work (i.e., "error messages"), and 3) what the next step of a solution is.
@kb1gim I'd be lying if I said I could vouch for it, because I haven't read it, but I think this is what bunnie's "Hacking the XBOX" is supposed to be good for, although it's approaching it from the other end (understanding someone else's completed work instead of the thing you're building).
@colby that book looks very interesting, but probably more advanced than I'm thinking. The reverse engineering approach is really close to what I'm getting at, though.
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