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Summary

Do you want to learn and start programming within 24 hours?

Learning to write computer programs can be fun if you take up the right approach, and this is the objective of this book. This book provides a simple, easy-to-follow, and practically sound approach to computer programming.

These are topics many programming guides don’t cover, as they are assumed to be general knowledge to most developers. That is why this guide has been created. It is the ultimate primer to all programming languages.

Learn how to code step by step.

This book teaches computational and algorithmic thinking by taking very seriously one thing for granted - that the listener knows absolutely nothing about computer programming!

However, a word of advice for new learners is that you must listen to the book a couple of times to get a better understanding of the subject. This will help you transition from a novice to expert. The first time will help you form a foundation, which can be solidified by listening to it a second time. 

Inside you will discover:

  • The C++ programming language
  • The C# programming language
  • The Python programming language
  • Working with the Java coding language
  • How to be completely anonymous online like the pros
  • How to keep yourself safe from being hacked
  • Which tools the hackers use to crack passwords
  • How you can use multiple tools to gather information with wireless hacking
  • How to hack something or someone? (Laying down important ground rules)
  • The most dangerous cyber security threats in 2018 – An in-depth look
  • Advance hacking tips - The things to consider
  • Raspberry Pi 3 - Model B hardware specifications
  • Configuring Raspberry Pi
  • Programming in Raspberry Pi
  • Python programing: Working with loops in Python
©2018 Cyber Punk Architects (P)2018 Cyber Punk Architects

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Truly Awful

Does it really make sense to have an audiobook that is some sort of chatbot/text to speech agent (I hope - the narration was like listening to a bot reading lines of programming code out). How on earth others have rated this highly as an audiobook is beyond me. Suitable for - well nobody; far better free resources are available.

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Not even the Hello World codes are correct in it!

If you expect that you going to learn from this audio book, you are going to be disappointed. The book goes on a few languages first on how to get to Hello World, however the codes are not working on several compilers, and it does also goes on useless stuff in the beginning that you don't need to know about programming yet... I would much rather recommend watching programming 101 videos on youtube from 2007 than this audiobook.

The experience would be probably a bit better if they would have included a PDF version so you could compare the codes, especially if you are not a native English speaker.

Regarding all the 5 star reviews on it, I feel scammed as they seem to be all fake reviews and all of them are on the same dates too.

Avoid it at all costs!

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  • 01-02-19

useless as an audiobook

This would probably been a very good physical book, as you could study the codes. To have to listen to a voice reading out computer code is just a waste of time. I do not understand the positive feedback here. This book is completely useless as an audiobook. Buy a physical copy instead!

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  • fit guy 83
  • 03-12-19

like listening to hello world code

awesome audiobook for anyone who would like to have the hello world code for various programs read to them. contains very little information about hacking.

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  • R. Peters
  • 28-03-19

Disappointing

The recording skips occasionally and is peppered with either typos and/or mispronunciations by the narrator which changes the meaning of many of the statements.

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  • Jeannie Fernandez
  • 28-09-19

Great knowledge!

If you want a good book to go from beginner to advanced python-er, use this book! I have several years of Perl under my belt and used this to extend my knowledge to Python,Computer Programming, Raspberry Pi and Black Hat Hacking! It is very simple to follow.

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  • Brian Cooper
  • 28-09-19

Absolutely the best one

This book causes me to profoundly make a few information investigation effectively. This is absolutely the best one.

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  • Willie Dunham
  • 28-09-19

Great listen!

This is so great book and I so love on how it was explained. Too simple however it gives us a great understanding.

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  • Eugene Mullis
  • 28-09-19

Great programming concept

I really like this suggestion of Python programming. Each programming concept is well explained and followed by a section of code that describes how the line-by-line describes the code. Start a very good jump and written a comfortable style.

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  • Debra Wittman
  • 28-09-19

Appropriate for total beginners

I really like this book. It’s terribly appropriate for total beginners and therefore the data is explained during a ton of details. A great book to Help break vicious cycles, when you want to achieve certain goals and discover you are your own biggest obstacle!

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  • Madelyn McElwee
  • 28-09-19

Good listen!

It lays out step by step tips and strategies. There is also exercises to complete to help you comprehend everything. Good listen.

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  • Janet Paul
  • 28-09-19

Clear explanations

I really appreciated with this book. it was very Clear explanations. This book is solid. It covers all the core topics you would want to know about python and does so in a concise, thoughtful manner