Quick in. Quick out. And get to work.
Quick and Dirty Introduction books are written for people who want to get stuff done. Are you:
- A manager wondering whether some new technology trend has a place in your business?
- A developer with a hole in your infrastructure stack?
- Someone just starting out in a tech career and trying to figure out what’s next?
We won’t waste your time with fluff. You know what you can accomplish and you’re anxious to get down to work. But you don’t yet know the best way to get it done. Quick and Dirty Intro books are laser-focused on helping you find your way through the layers of complexity that characterize so many technical fields.
Here’s the complete list of available titles:
The Quick and Dirty Introduction to Low-Code Applications
The Quick and Dirty Introduction to The Internet of Things
The Quick and Dirty Introduction to Software Configuration Management
The Quick and Dirty Introduction to Penetration Testing
The Quick and Dirty Introduction to Cybersecurity
Read the Quick and Dirty Introduction to Cybersecurity for free. Access the PDF version here, and the EPUB here.
All Quick and Dirty Intro books are written by Lloyd Kaufman.
Or are they?
Lloyd Kaufman is actually a pseudonym used by a long-time veteran of the IT and cloud computing industries.
“A pseudonym?” you ask. “What’s he trying to hide?”
Nothing. It’s really about focusing most of the attention on the books’ primary author: GPT-3.
GPT-3 is a machine learning model developed by the private tech firm, OpenAI. It is a general-purpose model that can be used for a variety of tasks, such as natural language processing, computer vision, and machine translation.
Go on. You know you can’t wait to see what an AI author can do.
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