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This is a free course offered by the Saylor Foundation.'User dependency on the Internet increases every day; nowadays, everyday tasks like paying bills, communicating with others, and applying for jobs are all routinely carried out via the Internet. While the Internet represents a huge network, it is meaningless without the...
This is a free course offered by the Saylor Foundation.
'User dependency on the Internet increases every day; nowadays, everyday tasks like paying bills, communicating with others, and applying for jobs are all routinely carried out via the Internet. While the Internet represents a huge network, it is meaningless without the applications that it supports. These applications enable user interaction and facilitate everyday activities. In this course, we will learn about the design and implementation of network-based applications, focusing on Object-Oriented Programming and programming techniques both at the application layer and the transport layer of the TCP/IP protocol stack. Additional concepts covered include text transport (moving text from one computer to another over the network), data transport, object transport, remote function calls, and, finally, class transport. You will approach these concepts from an Object-Oriented point of view, learning to implement design patterns in your code in order to ensure software reusability (a highly desirable feature in network applications).'