- Reading level: 10+ years
- Paperback: 584 pages
- Publisher: Shroff/O'Reilly; First edition (2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9352137019
- ISBN-13: 978-9352137015
- Package Dimensions: 40 x 30 x 20 cm
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,463 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Network Programmability and Automation: Skills for the Next-Generation Network Engineer Paperback – 2018
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Scott Lowe is an engineering architect at VMware, Inc. He currently focuses on cloud computing and network virtualization after having spent a number of years specializing in compute virtualization. Scott has authored a number of technical books on vSphere and OpenStack and shares technical content regularly on his blog at http://blog.scottlowe.org. He lives in Denver, CO, with his wife and the two youngest of their seven kids.
Jason Edelman , CCIE 15394 and VCDX-NV 167, is a born and bred network engineer from the great state of New Jersey. He was the typical "lover of the CLI" or "router jockey". At some point several years ago, he made the decision to focus more on software, development practices and how they are converging with network engineering. Jason currently runs a boutique consulting firm, Network to Code, helping vendors and end users take advantage of new tools and technologies to reduce their operational inefficiencies. Jason has a Bachelor's of Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in NJ and still resides locally in the NYC Metro Area. Jason also writes regularly on his personal blog.
Matt Oswalt is a Network Software Developer, working on the technical and non-technical challenges at the intersection of software development and network infrastructure. He is at his happiest in front of a keyboard, next to a brewing kettle, or wielding his silo-smashing sledgehammer.
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What I'd recommend, before diving too heavily in to this book is to actually write a simple python program. Then when you go in to that chapter, it's like a lightning round. Also, if you've had very little or no Linux experience, please install it on something and play around. Follow along with the Linux chapter and solidify what he's teaching. After the Python chapter (#4), I would think you're most likely learning something new, requiring a bit of knowledge from the first 4 chapters.