Internet History, Technology, and Security – Full Course from Dr. Chuck

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Learn about the history of the Internet. In this course you will learn how the Internet was created, who created it, and how it works. Along the way you will meet many of the innovators who developed the Internet and Web technologies that we use today.

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✏️ Dr. Charles Severance developed this course. He is a Clinical Professor at the University of Michigan School of Information, where he teaches various technology-oriented courses including programming, database design, and Web development.

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (0:09:28) High Stakes Research in Computing and Communication
⌨️ (0:16:50) IEEE Computer: Alan Turing at Bletchley Park
⌨️ (0:41:39) The "First" Electronic Computers Around the World
⌨️ (0:44:30) Monash Museum of Computing History Interviews
⌨️ (0:51:33) Post-War Computing and Communication
⌨️ (1:03:28) Early Academic Networking Research
⌨️ (1:19:04) Len Kleinrock: The First Two Packets on the Internet
⌨️ (1:32:06) Packet Switched Networks
⌨️ (1:37:47) Computing Conversations: Len Kleinrock on the Theory of Packets
⌨️ (1:48:30) Packet Switching and the ARPANET
⌨️ (1:49:50) Katie Hafner on the history of the ARPANET project
⌨️ (2:01:54) Supercomputers as Technology Drivers
⌨️ (2:05:38) Networked Computing, lecture by Larry Smarr on Scientific Computing
⌨️ (2:16:36) From Super Computers to NSFNet
⌨️ (2:19:57) Doug Van Houweling: Building the NSFNet
⌨️ (2:32:13) Expanding NSFNet Around the World
⌨️ (2:34:42) Nii Quaynor: Bringing the Internet to Africa
⌨️ (2:47:28) The World-Wide-Web Emerges at CERN
⌨️ Collider by the cernettes:
⌨️ (2:51:28) Building the Web Around the World
⌨️ (3:26:38) Steve Job's Second-Order Effects (High resolution)
⌨️ (3:39:01) Mosaic at NCSA – The Browser for Everybody
⌨️ (3:43:01) Joseph Hardin: NCSA Mosaic
⌨️ (3:57:12) Reflecting on Mosaic
⌨️ (4:01:22) Computing Conversations with Brendan Eich
⌨️ (4:13:38) Computing Conversations: Mitchell Baker on the Mozilla Foundation
⌨️ (4:32:29) The Web, the World, and the Economy
⌨️ (4:51:05) Computing Conversations: Brian Behlendorf on the Apache Software Foundation
⌨️ (4:55:39) Open Source Wrap Up
⌨️ (4:56:06) Introduction: Link Layer
⌨️ (5:22:11) Computing Conversations: Bob Metcalfe on the First Ethernet LAN
⌨️ (5:39:03) The InterNetwork Protocol (IP)
⌨️ (6:14:35) Computing Conversations: Vint Cerf on the History of Packets
⌨️ (6:30:33) DNS – The Domain Name System
⌨️ (6:38:16) Transport Layer
⌨️ (6:47:45) Van Jacobson: The Slow-Start Algorithm
⌨️ (6:59:32) TCP Wrap Up
⌨️ (7:01:38) Application Layer
⌨️ (7:26:59) Security Introduction
⌨️ (7:29:22) Bruce Schneier: The Security Mindset
⌨️ (7:36:54) Understanding Security
⌨️ (7:46:08) Encryption and Confidentiality
⌨️ (8:06:56) Cryptographic Hashes and Integrity
⌨️ (8:15:47) Bruce Schneier: Building Cryptographic Systems
⌨️ (8:27:06) Hashing and Digital Signatures
⌨️ (8:48:54) Security Public/Private Key – Secure Sockets
⌨️ (9:08:23) Security – Integrity and Certificate Authorities

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33 thoughts on “Internet History, Technology, and Security – Full Course from Dr. Chuck”

  1. Dr. Chuck is one of the best person whose explaination is just awesome! He knows what he doin! 😊

  2. Joana Paula Oliveira

    I’m a biologist and I always have one slide in my presentations citing stuff Prof. Chuck says. He’s such an amazing Professor and communicator and I’m always searching for contents of his to educate myself. Thank you yet again, Prof. Chuck.

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  3. Dr Chuck is a legend and adds so much value to FCC and youtube. I hope more highly educated professors and other professionals contribute here.

    1. @ElectronHexagon it’s not free to everyone if some people can’t access it. Accessibility matters.

  4. This was the first Massively Open MOOC that I taught on Coursera back in 2013 and I am super excited to share it with the Free Code Camp community.

    1. Just finished the course and learned so much. I’ve been studying the Net+ and this video put all the pieces together into a historical timeline. The insight and interviews are incredible. this is a must watch! Thank you Dr. Chuck!👏

  5. I get so much value out of these videos it’s unbelievable. Everything makes sense . This is how you teach & explain things. Thanks Dr. Chuck.

  6. I have certs from CompTIA, MS, and Cisco and I still learned _so much_ from this course. Thanks for making it free.

  7. You guys are true legends for sharing this knowledge free of charge!!! Huge respect to each and every one!!!

  8. Melissa Belle Mills

    This is great! Thanks for all the efforts from all the peoples. I work in computer networking and it’s really cool to watch what lead up to where we are.

  9. phenomenal course. Thank you Dr Chuck. It was interesting and enlightening. Loved all the interviews as well.

  10. The Rogue Nemesis

    I’m sitting here finishing up 0.0.4 of my first Android app, an ephemeral web browser right at the 59 minute mark at the Michigan Terminal System clip. I was struck at how simple the video was without all of today’s flashy “edu-tainment” – and how limited technology accessibility was so many years ago – due to its expense, scarcity and the artificial “intellectual and cultural barriers.”

    We live in great times where someone with enough fortitude can go from zero programming knowledge to building full stack applications, on the cheap, in the comfort of their own home – and all the “free” tutorials and resources provided on the interwebs one can find.

    Don’t ever take such things for granted.

    Happy hacking! Happy Coding! 😉

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  13. This series is a gem 💎thank you FCC and thank you Dr. Chuck for making this resource freely available and easily accessible for all!

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    This series is a gem 💎thank you FCC and thank you Dr. Chuck for making this resource freely available and easily accessible for all!

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