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HTTP & Web Servers

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Learn the network underpinnings of the Web through exercises in your terminal and in Python.

Learn the network underpinnings of the Web through exercises in your terminal and in Python.

Last Updated March 7, 2022

Prerequisites:

No experience required

Course Lessons

Lesson 1

Requests & Responses

In this lesson, you will examine HTTP requests and responses by experimenting directly with a web server, interacting with it by hand.

Lesson 2

The Web from Python

In this lesson, you will write HTTP servers and clients in Python.

Lesson 3

HTTP in the Real World

In this lesson, you will examine a number of practical HTTP features that go beyond basic requests and responses.

Taught By The Best

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Karl Krueger

Command Line Instructor

Before joining Udacity, Karl was a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) at Google for eight years, building automation and monitoring to keep the world's busiest web services online.

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