I have an interest in $\LaTeX\ $ high-quality typesetting system, and have been attempting to learn it for some time. A snippet from their page explains:
LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system; it includes features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. LaTeX is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents. LaTeX is available as free software.
$\LaTeX\ $ takes input and produces precisely formatted documents.
I have various books for hobbyist and professional references. I chopped some of the titles. They are catagorized, however often books live in more than one realm.
Electronics Edition Author Year Media The Art of Electonics third Horowitz/Hill 2015 phys. Switch-Mode Power Supplies second Basso 2014 phys. Practical Electronics for Inventors third Scherz/Monk 2013 phys. RF Circuit Design second Bowick 2008 phys.
A personal reference and reminder to my interactions with Linux, Fedora, Web Services, and etc. I will keep this post updated and possibly will be useful to others.
Linux Fedora Text editor Sublime Text 3 I like sublime text as a text editor. I used notepad++ quite a bit when working on Windows, however I like that sublime text is available on Windows/Unix/Mac. No matter where I am working in the future, I do not have to learn a new text editor.