Introduction to Networking: How the Internet Works (Charles Severance)

 
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Introduction to Networking: How the Internet Works (Charles Severance)

The extraordinary architecture and protocols used by computers to communicate via the Internet are explained in this book. The Internet runs on a few quite straightforward concepts that anyone can comprehend, despite being incredibly sophisticated.

Our lives are infused with networks and networked apps. It is really useful to comprehend how these technologies operate. There is no need for technical expertise to read this book; it was written for everyone! Although the Network+ and CCNA certifications are not particularly covered in this book, it serves as a good place for students who are interested in these certifications to begin.

This book aims to give readers a fundamental understanding of the technical framework and architecture of the Internet. All audiences, including individuals with zero prior technical or mathematical training, are targeted by the book. All users of the Internet should be aware of its astoundingly gorgeous design.

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About the Authors
Charles Severance has formerly taught computer science at Michigan State University and is currently a clinical associate professor in the School of Information at the University of Michigan where he offers informatics courses. He previously held the positions of Chief Architect for the Sakai Project and Executive Director of the Sakai Foundation (www.sakaiproject.org).
Published
Published Date / Year
1 edition (May 29, 2015)
Hardcover
122 pages
eBook Format
PDF (119 pages, 1.6 MB), and ePub.
ISBN-10
1511654945
ISBN-13
978-1511654944

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