linux networking programming
Linux / February 7, 2018

linux networking programming is a book written by keir davis, john w. turner, and nathan yocom published by Apress in 2004. This book contains 388 pages and consists of 13 chapters starting from Networks and Protocols, than Functions, Socket Programming,  Protocols-Sessions and State, Client-Server Architecture, Implementing Custom Protocols, Design Decisions, Debugging and Development Cycle, Case Study: A Networked Application, Securing Network Communication, Authentication and Data Signing, Common Security Problems, and Case Study: A Secure Networked Application. These chapters are divided into three parts i.e Fundamentals, Design and Architecture, and Security. About the authors of linux networking programming: Keir Davis was first presented to programming at 12 years old, when his dad brought home a Texas Instruments TI-99/4A. Keir has been customizing from that point forward and now holds a graduate degree in software engineering from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Today, Keir is the proprietor of Xtern Software (http://www.xternsoftware.com), a supplier of custom programming improvement administrations to producers around the globe. As of late wedded, Keir and his significant other, Jennifer, live with their two pooches, Tess and Maggie, in North Carolina. At the point when not sitting before a PC, Keir appreciates playing racquetball. John Turner is an application engineer and frameworks head in Detroit, Michigan, supporting the promoting and showcasing efforts…