Educational video course "How the Internet is structured"

    Almost any profession related to the web requires an understanding of the basics of the Internet - whether it be a web programmer, tester or SEO optimizer.

    So we decided to launch the course “ How the Internet Works , which will explain all this meaningfully and intelligibly. The course is completely free!

    As you know, the USA began to think about the idea of ​​a network without a single center right after the USSR began to demonstrate the first successes in space - this became a prerequisite for the creation of the Internet. It's funny to note that the first data that scientists were trying to send was the word “LOGIN”, but already on the third character the network fell off - since then little has changed, right? =)

    The invention of the Internet is associated with the Cold War

    The course explains 3 components of the Internet: a network of networks, an Internet protocol and the World Wide Web. Then - domains, DNS system and domain hierarchy.

    Indeed, even Bruce Willis knows that short domain names are the most convenient. And the practice section explains how to ban / unban a site through the hosts file, how to use the ping utility (in different OSes) and how to register your domain. Here is one video from this course - we are especially proud of it because it is about the TCP / IP protocol: for people who are just planning to start their career in the IT industry, this is a rather complicated topic, and of all the educational materials that we have completed in While writing the course, it’s rather difficult to understand what IP is and what they eat with it (or what does the letter “P” in the IP address mean?

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