Careers Creating Search Engines
This fascinating book successfully takes on the history of search engines from the early days in the halls of places like MIT to its current Google explosion. Students will appreciate the clear language that the author uses to explain difficult concepts, especially when it comes to defining how search engines operate. Illustrated flow charts help to simplify these explanations, while interesting anecdotes of key industry players will keep students engaged. This title is jam-packed with information useful to both job seekers and students who are merely curious about the Internet and its origins.
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CHAPTER y The Evolution of Search
CHAPTER 3 The Rise of Google
CHAPTER fsl Search Engines
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Careers Creating Search Engines: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition
Judith N. Levin
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