The balance between training and documentation depends on context, scope, and value, for both the supplier and the user base.
Here's a collection of tips and tricks based on 38 years' experience in the electronics trenches.
In an event that provided a broad overview of its plans, TSMC described a family of 2.5- and 3-D chip stacks that could help kick start the technology.
There's good news and bad news regarding the subsystems of today's vehicles. The good news is that new engines and transmissions are more trouble-free than in the past. The bad news is that the infotainment systems are still prone to be "buggy."
Reference designs from chip makers serve as a starting point. However, you should establish your own power budget based on how you intend your product is to be used.