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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 mean 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 book 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 book 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, scroll up to this page and push the BUY now button.


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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 mean 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 book 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 book 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, scroll up to this page and push the BUY now button.

40 review for 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

  1. 4 out of 5

    Edgar Si

    As many negative reviews said this book is kinda impossible to read. It is very poorly written. There is a lot of MISSING words and bad or wrong punctuation. The first paragraph literally says: "congratulations on downloading.. and thank you for doing so". I would say it feels like a translation from a different language, but at the same time it claims the author to be Scott Chesterton from Middletown, DE. I tried finding such person/book writer, but I could not. So my conclusion is this book is As many negative reviews said this book is kinda impossible to read. It is very poorly written. There is a lot of MISSING words and bad or wrong punctuation. The first paragraph literally says: "congratulations on downloading.. and thank you for doing so". I would say it feels like a translation from a different language, but at the same time it claims the author to be Scott Chesterton from Middletown, DE. I tried finding such person/book writer, but I could not. So my conclusion is this book is fake unedited and some tricky experiment to make quick money. First time in my life I do return on a book(!), unbelievable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Poppy Ann

    Not for beginners Whilst a lot of words are in this book it does not pass much knowledge to the reader, with the title Networking for beginners I at least expected to find the make up of a typical ip address and where the different parts came from if you are trying to set up a basic home network this is not for you.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    The Kindle version of this book needs proofreading as it is full of basic errors. I stopped reading about half way through as the book was introducing many, many abbreviations without ever explaining what the letters stood for let alone what the terms meant in practice. I found this aspect somewhat irritating and decided to stop reading and switch to another book on the same topic.

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