Dan Eisenreich has been developing hardware and software for equipment automation, semiconductor manufacturing, embedded systems, and instrument control for the past 30 years. He holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. In his spare time Dan teaches Computer Science classes at the George Washington University in Washington DC.
The Programming The Zilog ZNEO Microcontroller By Example series will provide readers with a thorough understanding of how to design and program embedded control systems using the Zilog ZNEO microcontroller. The Getting Started volume is an overview of the ZNEO Microcontroller and 16 examples of how to write programs for it and get things working. (~80 pages in the PDF).