How well do you know your network stack?


Networking is a core part of computing in the digital world we inhabit. But, how well do you know how it works? Do you understand all the moving parts of the OSI stack inside your computer, and how the network is actually put together? How can this ever work? This guided safari of layers, standards, protocols, and happenstance will bring us close to the copper wire, and up through the layers of CDMA/CD, ARP, routing and HTTP. We will make a few excursions through patchworks that still work forty years later, and cleverly designed mechanisms that show that simplicity is the only way to last.

Language: English

Level: Intermediate

Angelo van der Sijpt

Fellow - Luminis

Angelo is a Luminis Fellow, currently with Luminis Eindhoven. He has experience in technology as an engineer and architect, ranging from Java to Ruby to iOS with some agile coaching thrown in for good measure. Nowadays, he divides his time between technology consulting or filling the role of lead architect for our customers, and shaping the new Eindhoven offices. Angelo is active in consulting, architecting, engineering, coaching and training in all parts of the software engineering process, and is inordinately proud of his Wireshark skills.

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