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If you want to learn Linux programming, there’s not a better resource on the market for you. This audiobook is going to assume you know absolutely nothing about Linux, then teach you:

  • The most common and useful Linux command line tools
  • How to write Bash scripts and automate your command line workflow
  • How to program in C++ and Python
  • How to understand and think about high-level programming concepts in order to become a better programmer
  • The differences between functional and object-oriented programming and how they apply to you

You may be absolutely stumped and not know where to look. However, this audiobook will teach you everything you need to know - and fast! Without mincing words, it will teach you two programming languages, how to write scripts, and how to navigate the Linux command line very well. Get started programming on Linux like a master.

©2017 Daniel Jones (P)2017 K. M. Kassi

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  • Mr. Philip Bagshaw
  • 12-12-17

good book, questionable voice read.

The book itself is pretty good, but the guy reading it obviously has no idea what he's talking about. Delivery is extremely jarring, many technical words are completely incorrect (eg it's C sharp, not C pound, and GNU is pronounced as one syllable). Also PLEASE learn how to edit voice over. Every breath is cut, which is ok, but no timing has been changed and there are NO FADES so every single word has an audible pop. basically unlistenable