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Computer Programming: The Bible

Learn from the basics to advanced of Python, C, C++, C#, HTML Coding, and Black Hat Hacking Step-by-Step in No Time!
Narrated by: Adam Johnson
Length: 3 hrs and 6 mins
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Summary

Are you ready to learn and start programming with any language in less than 12 hours?

The world of technology is changing and those who know how to handle it and who have the most knowledge about it are the ones who will get ahead. If you are a beginner who is interested in learning more and getting ahead, then this guidebook is the one for you.

The only guide you will ever need to learn computer programming quickly and easily, from expert developers with 20+ years experience.

The first section of this book is going to discuss the basics of hacking. We will look at the difference between ethical and black hat hacking, how to keep yourself safe, how to crack a password, and more. If you are interested in learning about hacking and what to know to protect your own personal computer network and more, then the first section is a good place to start.

The second section of this guidebook is going to delve more into hacking. This section is going to talk more about the most common hacking threats that are harassing businesses and individuals today, how to do some "man in the middle" attacks, and more. This is a more advanced section that will help you to build on some of the skills that you learned in the first part.

Finally, the third section of this guidebook is going to explore how to get started with some of the most common coding languages. If you have ever been interested in learning more about the different coding languages and would like a taste of each one, so you can figure out which to explore more in depth, then this is the section for you. We will look at some common coding languages such as C++, C#< C, JavaScript, and Python, all in one place!

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I love this audible.I am very impressed. Easy to listen and follow. It contains the quick intro that I was looking for and I'm hooked on the language now.

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Ueful for scientific applications

I can now begin to understand how this can be useful for scientific applications. It has most of what any Python beginner would need, particularly the codes. This is really worth recommending!

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sounds like a robot

covering many subjects not very helpful. The voice sounds like a robot and it is an honorable experience

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Such an amazing audio-book.

There are piles of strong information in this audio-book. The author will remember that we're concealing a wonderful audio-book. Thanks to the essayist for bringing us such an awesome audio-book.

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It helps a lot, and it's such a Beginners Guide!

I highly recommend this Audio-book I think, is the ideal. Writer clarifies the underlying viewpoints really well. Author explains the basic aspects fairly well. I am extremely grateful to the writer.

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Really informative, yet Still Pleasant.

Very nice audio-book. Much better, the audible is. As someone who strives to become a programmer taught by himself. The guidance is breathtaking. I might just pull it off with a little elbow grease and some patience.

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Recommend Good Asset!

I get why his aubio-books encourage growth and success. There is not just one software method.

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Beneficial machine-learning systems

Represent the benefits of applying a machine learning type to solve a particular problem, and The Princess. I also list some examples of applications for machine learning in this section. Finally, we briefly discuss how to apply a model of machine learning. Thanks Huang Smith !!

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It's a great Audio-book For all software Enginee

To an aspiring or even mid-level software engineer, this must be one of the most diverse and easy to listen to audio-books on the planet. John focuses on many subjects which are all important to you if you're pursuing a software development career.

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For each developer of Software a must Listen!

This provides an overview of a software career in a deep and complex enough way to make this timeless

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  • Jcott Castro
  • 07-01-19

I am really happy to have this book

I am really happy to have this book, the content is very nice and basically for beginners with little or no idea on programming. It was able to provide me with basic information which i would be needing in other to get started.

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  • Jason Miranda
  • 06-01-19

This book covers all the basic points

I am a programming newbie and decided to learn Python as I'm told it is one of the easiest language to learn. I was pleasantly surprised with this book! This truly is a book for beginners and gives great content on Python. I also learn the two functional components of a computer it is the hardware and software. Suggested this book. It starts with setting up an environment both in windows and Linux. Programming concepts are explained very clearly along with examples. This book covers all the basic points identified with Linux working framework.

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  • Michael J. Langley
  • 02-01-20

ok but not really a complete guide

Not really worth the money or is it a complete guide. Rather short and not informative

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  • Mark D. Hoffman
  • 26-03-19

Beginner book expects expert knowledge

The book is poorly-written . Don't waste your time. Just one example is that it tells users to run Linux commands by "clicking start and then run."

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  • Lane
  • 23-08-20

Has nothing to do with computer programming.

This whole book is comprised of what sounds like someone reading every single Wikipedia article they can find about hacking. Definitely not as advertised. Also a lot of the other reviews seem to be very “generic” as if someone were trying to make this book look legitimate.

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  • S7Webworks
  • 20-08-20

what a miserable misrepresented book.

All I heard was a very remedial pre-school description of hacking. Poor info at best. There was nothing useful, nor coding related. What I listened to was a completely different book than the title claims. Maybe a mixup with files? Whatever is going on isn't right.. Waisted a credit.

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  • BH
  • 10-07-20

Why is this about hacking?

This book is called computer programming: the bible and yet this seems to be about hacking entirely...... not impressed.

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  • Bruce Houk
  • 26-05-20

Thanks author for sharing this audible.

Very practical, full of exercises, I recommend to listen it slow, so you have time to put into practice the Learning Technology Programming.

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  • James E. Mick
  • 21-09-19

You're better off getting a hard copy

This book has decent information, but it is not designed to be an audiobook. There is a visual aspect to coding that is lost when the robot voice reads the code out to you.

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  • thewolfman15
  • 17-06-19

not worth it

very far from a programming "Bible" and the claim in the summary that " you will never need another programming book" is a complete lie

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