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Please provide the list of best books for the Hardware and Networking..
 
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i liked Alan Clements' book, but he has retired, so it might be dated.
 
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Computer Architecture, by Hennissy and Patterson, is good for CPU hardware.

Richard Steven's 3 books on TCP/IP are where I learned my networking.  He died some 20 years ago, there are probably newer and better books out now.
 
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+1 on Hennessy/Patterson, I learned by that in grad school.

For networks, volume 1 of Comer's TCP/IP series was sufficient for my purposes.
 
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