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Getting a Networking Job For Dummies by Bill Hughes, Peter H. Gregory

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Chapter 21

Ten Networking Books for Your Professional Library

The information in Chapter 7 is a good start for providing information on networking, but it will not solve every problem under every circumstance. In this chapter, we list ten good books that will provide lots of good information to get you through the day.

Knowing Your Way around a PC

The first book on the list, which is shown in Figure 21-1, is CompTIA A+ Certification All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Glen Clarke and Edward Tetz.

“Come on,” you say. “I'll be working with networks. I'll never get my fingernails dirty on the inside of a mere PC. I read Chapter 5, and know the CompTIA A+ Certification is for computer repair technicians. You can't fool me!”

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Figure 21-1: Understand PCs.

I'm sorry to be the one to tell you, but there is no company so big or so specialized that there will not be a time when you'll need to crack open a PC case during a critical upgrade or for some other failure. Having a book that incorporates ...

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