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Computer developer turned author, Byron Francis graduated from university in Colorado with a degree in Computer Science & Engineering. As a child of the ‘80’s growing up in the computer age, technology enthusiast he was always destined to follow this career path, although he did consider teaching software development, before being offered a job at a software house in Denver. Working as a developer, he gained extensive knowledge of computer programming languages working for clients across the globe, and progressed to deliver training, to colleagues and to the end users on writing programmes and using the software. To facilitate his training delivery, he began writing manuals on topics such as Linux, Raspberry Pi 3 and SQL, which proved very popular among his colleagues and so he published them to the wider public. He also writes articles for an online magazine, reviewing new apps and software releases. As Head of Development for the company, he started his career with, Byron now spends less time travelling and more time based in Colorado, where he lives with his wife and their two dogs. The Francis’s like to spend their weekends away from the city trekking or camping, and are both keen horse riders. Make sure to click "Follow" on my author's page to follow my new releases
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7 October 2016
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
Don't bother with this book -the content it is unbelievably basic and weak and looks like it has been written by a beginner. You will not get any real understanding of how to use the Linux OS. I am not sure it should even be classified as a book. Shame on you Amazon for allowing this to be sold on your site - next time I will visit a bookshop to view the content before investing!
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Amazon.com: 9 reviews
Book is 2016. Content is 2004
26 September 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
5 people found this helpful.
This book is dated september 2016. The novice friendly Linux distorts mentioned are RedHat9 (2003) and Suse 8 (2004). No mention of Ubuntu, Mint or Elementary OS. Hopelessly outdated. Fraud ??
Linux better than Windows
18 March 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I really have felt a kind of fear by hearing the word Linux previously. Well, now I get a more comfortable with it. Getting installed both operation systems is a right first step. Next thing you'll need is this book. There are many benefits of using Linux. For instance, security risks are much lower here.
Good book. Found here a lot of info about ...
18 June 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Good book. Found here a lot of info about Linux. Of course, I'm not a computer geek, so here you can find some basic info, but for me it was very useful. This book answered a lot of questions about Linux that I had. Written pretty simple, but informative.
good for beginners
4 January 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great book for programming beginners. It thoroughly explains Linux commands and operations, with helpful examples. It’s brief and straightforward, which is very time efficient.
It is nice for beginners
8 February 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
It is nice for beginners. Takes not much time but gives additional valuable information.