San Diego '99
- Topic Area:
- Track: Enterprise Solutions
- Topic: Networks
- Type: Weekend Seminar
09:00 AM Duration:
- Geoff Bryant & Hunter Goatley
- Process Software Inc.
- TCP/IP, the networking protocol used in the global Internet, has
become the network protocol of choice for communicating both on the
global Internet and within corporations and small companies. TCP/IP is available on almost any computing platform. This seminar provides the attendees with all the information needed to write client/server applications which communicate over a TCP/IP network. This information applies to programmers working on UNIX, OpenVMS, Windows, and other platforms.
An introduction to TCP/IP networks and protocols,
Programming with sockets,
Library support routines,
Multithreaded servers for UNIX and OpenVMS,
Using QIOs for OpenVMS programmers,
Programming for current TCP/IP and the new IP version 6.
- Write programs which communicate using the TCP/IP protocols.
- Understand the basics of the TCP, UDP, and IP protocols that impact
- Will have sample programs to use as reference
- Prerequisites for attendees:
- Required Skill Level:
Assumes general knowledge of topic, familiarity w/basic terms & procedures
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