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This is a 75-page booklet and it doesn't teach you anything about basic programming concepts that you can't get on the internet for free (actually, you can get more depth from the internet).
Moreover, any beginning programming book that actually teaches programming is going to contain all of the basic concepts found in this book. So you might as well skip this book and start with a real programming book.
I noticed that none of the reviews for this book actually talk about the contents or anything practical that they learned. I'm sorry to say that I suspect they are fake reviews.
Loved the book, it gave me perspective on coding languages and what they do, how often they are used and where to start. Its a great book to look at when you need a bit of direction. I was glad to see the last part of the book put the professional programming community as a factor of growth as well.
Technology is all around us. We are living in a dynamic world where interaction with computers and machines is becoming a reality with each passing day. A lot of activities take place on social networks, and they have nothing to do with essential socialization. Businesses are thriving off the back of social networks. Many research labs and affiliated companies around the world are already experimenting with this. Some companies have already rolled out their prototypes and are making plans for mass production. A careful analysis of some of the interactions we have today reveals that for a society that is as heavily leveraged on technology and computers. The beauty of programming is that there is so much to learn. Grateful!