Sams Teach Yourself FreeBSD in 24 Hours

graudeejs

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You know what I think about all these teach yourself in 24h... books?
b****t


But that is my own opinion only
 
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dd1313

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Hi GUys

Do you think if I install 7.2 I can still use this book

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SirDice

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I have no idea what's in the book. But if it's just some basics I'm guessing it'll still be the same.
 

vigol

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XXX Teach Yourself YYY in ZZZ Hours/Week/Days/Hours:
* You'll finish the book at estimated time, maybe faster.
* You'll learn quite a lot about anythings, maybe nothings.
* You'll forget all that you've learn, faster than all the wasting time that you spend for reading.
* Finally, you'll think you know everything; practically nothing at all.

Also, Same result for those DUM{2}IES books.

I love following quote from
Wicked Cool perl Scripts, by steve Oulline.
For this book, it is supposed that you are not a dummy. IN other words, I'm assuming that you can think and read.
 

chalbersma

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I would disagree I got a C++ book from Sams and although I spend considerably more time using and learning from the book than the 21 days said I did I did learn quite a bit. Enough to make me competent when I went to college.
You won't learn all the material in the advertised time but there good enough starting points. I'd put them on the same level as the * for Dummies books.


vigol said:
XXX Teach Yourself YYY in ZZZ Hours/Week/Days/Hours:
* You'll finish the book at estimated time, maybe faster.
* You'll learn quite a lot about anythings, maybe nothings.
* You'll forget all that you've learn, faster than all the wasting time that you spend for reading.
* Finally, you'll think you know everything; practically nothing at all.

Also, Same result for those DUM{2}IES books.

I love following quote from
Wicked Cool perl Scripts, by steve Oulline.
 
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