Description - The Definitive Guide to Linux Network Programming by Kathryn Davis
Apress' The Definitive Guide to Linux Network Programming is a clear, concise treatment of creating clients and servers under the Linux operating system. The book assumes that the reader knows C and has experience developing code on Linux, but provides everything else a programmer needs for real-world network programming, including design, implementation, debugging, and security. Readers will learn about the many kinds of socket types, sessioned vs. sessionless protocols, how to build a custom protocol, encryption, how to use SSL, and how to tunnel data.
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(235mm x 178mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Kathryn Davis
Nathan Yocom has worn many hats in the IT industry over the years. He currently works as a software engineer for Bynari, Inc., specializing in messaging and groupware software. With a bachelor's degree in computer science from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, Nathan is also the cofounder of XPA Systems (http://www.xpasystems.com) and author of pGina, an open source program that simplifies the Windows logon process by providing for the authentication of a user via many different methods. In his spare time, in addition to playing the guitar and an occasional round of golf, Nathan enjoys spending time with his wife, Katie.