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Networking for Beginners

Be Familiar with Computer Network Basics. Learn What a Computer Network Is, Why It Matters and How Networking May Raise a Challenge to Machine Learning
Narrated by: Micah M Howery
Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, Technology

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Publisher's Summary

Are you going to start a new professional experience, which requires minimum knowledge of computer networking but you have no specific network awareness? Are you simply curious to know how your different electronic devices work together and which technologies are used to make this happen?

Certainly, everyone agrees that the Internet, today, is the most important means of communication, not only for the information you can find on different websites. Think of the various email, chat, and video communication tools, now available with extreme ease but with the same reliability, thanks to the Internet. You just need to touch a small button and within a fraction of a second, you can send a message or make a call.

What lies behind all this? Nothing other than computer networks.

Learning how computers connect together is not necessarily intended only for professionals.

This audiobook is not going to prepare you to receive any formal certification but by reading it you will no longer be considered as a training novice in this field and that is for sure.

Networking for beginners is an easy and complete guide for those beginners willing to know the basics of networking with no high-level paradigms.

This audiobook will explain to you in a simple way:

  • How the internet works and what are the basic networking concepts;
  • What are the different types of networking;
  • What are the networking levels, layers and protocols and why they are needed;
  • Interesting final notes on machine learning and on other new crucial technologies.

If you are not a Tech guy but you want to start and learn the networking basics in a simple way, get this audiobook today!

©2019 Scott Chesterton (P)2019 Scott Chesterton

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  • Adam T. Clarkson
  • 07-08-2019

Beware fake reviews.

This book can in no way ever be rated higher than 1 star. I believe it may be text generated by a computer with only basic knowledge from 2006.

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  • Colin
  • 16-09-2019

Fantastic Introduction

This audio book does an amazing job introducing concepts in computer networks, explaining terms, and building on ideas. By the end of the book the author starts to use more complicated terms and I was surprised to find I was already understanding this language which seemed totally foreign to me before listening.
I had a very basic knowledge of computers and networks before listening to this book; I built a few PCs and set up my home network with some help from a friend who is in networks by profession. But I would not have said I had an understanding of networks. After listening to this book I have a solid foundation to build on and better understanding of the complexity of networks. I am looking forward to listening to this book again and using it to build my knowledge and possibly launch a new career!

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  • James William
  • 03-08-2019

Mastering the computer network and achievements

This particular book was very well implemented through the chapters. What I liked about the book was the manner each chapter in the book was so intense.

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  • Henry Joshua
  • 03-08-2019

This is a best read to learn computer networking

This is a best read to learn computer networking, this is a comprehensive read so helpful for beginners to elementary level readers. Every stage defines step b step that is the reason it is easy to understand.

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  • Dravid Rusel
  • 03-08-2019

Good for understanding networking

This book give you a basic understanding of networking and setting up routers and switches. It even has links to a virtual network.

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  • Thomas Logan
  • 03-08-2019

Useful for someone on my knowledge level

This “to the point” book was a useful restore of what was hidden somewhere in my head about computer networking. I did not need a lot of time to read it, and I regard it as an intro to a deeper dive into the subject.

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  • Oscar Arthur
  • 03-08-2019

This was a good book of basics for beginners

This was a good book of basics for beginners. The terminology is easy to understand and follow. The author explains everything thoroughly. My skills are a little ahead of this, it still gets four stars because it is informative and good to use as a quick reference guide.

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  • Archie Theo
  • 03-08-2019

Thorough and Highly Readable

I could not imagine a more thorough and useful reference for networks. The book is extensive in its coverage and some topics are perhaps more advanced for those of use who are simply attempting to gain an understanding of how our home network functions. I would strongly recommend the book as an excellent reference for both new and experienced network users.

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  • Freddie Alfie
  • 03-08-2019

BIG book with tons of info.

BIG book with tons of info. a little intimidating for someone who has no experience in networking - had my son to help me though.

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  • Leo Jacob
  • 03-08-2019

A dummy that now feels better about networking

This is a thick book and it took me quite some time to get through it all.What's nice is that I was able to skip sections that didn't pertain to me and not feel lost.Great background information to help me with work as well as a thing or two I could use around the house.

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  • Oscar Alexander
  • 02-08-2019

Best book for your money!

The Networking All in one book for dummies has every book and updated so you don't have to spend for money on this books apart. It so explains the network basics to the expert.

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  • Mohammad Aiden
  • 02-08-2019

From one dummy to others on networking

Since I began reading this "NOVEL" as one could put it, I have been awestruck by its basic layout and superb descriptions of everything you wanted to know about networking but were afraid to ask.

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  • Holly Zara
  • 02-08-2019

Great book.Not something you need to read straight

Great book. Not something you need to read straight through. Fantastic reference manual. You can just look up what ever network question or issue you are dealing with and this book covers the concepts and details regarding the task well.

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  • Luca Hollie
  • 02-08-2019

A mainstay on my bookshelf.

This book is massive in scope and in composition, but is written so that even the biggest dummy can reap the knowledge it has on its pages. I am a Network Security college student.

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  • Lexie Daisy
  • 02-08-2019

Doug Lowe does a great job dealing with a subject.

It's very informative, but not the kind of book you read cover to cover. Use the index when you have a question, and you're taken to a brief, concise explanation with a bit of humor thrown in. Doug Lowe does a great job dealing with a very dry subject.

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  • James Owen
  • 02-08-2019

This is a great book to get back into IT

This is a great book to get back into IT. I am learning a lot from this book. It's very helpful.

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  • Amelia George
  • 02-08-2019

A necessity if you are setting up a home network

My enthusiasm for author goes back many years, when I used his manuals as an IBM mainframe programmer. The style of this book is easy to read, with some geek humor.

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  • James Olivia
  • 02-08-2019

A pretty good broad intro to the field

If you feel overwhelmed by the subject of networking and don't know where to start, this is not a bad place. The nine mini-books contained in this all-in-one do a pretty good job of introducing the various subtopics.

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  • David Nares
  • 02-08-2019

Good book to refresh my knowledge of networking.

As a CIO I need to manage the people who manage my network. I don't need to know everything, but I need to know enough about what they suggest to make good decisions.

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  • Lewis Blake
  • 02-08-2019

First class book for large switched wired Ethernet

First class all-in-one book about networking principles.However, buyers planning to set up a small Windows peer-to-peer or home wireless network should probably look elsewhere.The focus of this book is on larger switched Ethernet networks in a business or academic setting.