4 days hands-on £1,940+VAT
This course can be delivered over the web
Next scheduled date:
Monday October 2nd, 2017 Enrol Now!
TCP/IP is the underlying protocol of the Internet. As such, it is encountered in the vast majority of computer networks. It is implemented on all major platforms and is therefore a key element in multi-vendor systems.
On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
This course is for programmers and analysts who wish to write distributed applications of network systems software in C. The course is primarily aimed at Unix and Linux platforms but many of the techniques are applicable under Windows.
Participants must have a knowledge of C or C++ up to the level covered in the C Programming course, and a knowledge of Unix or Linux up to the level covered in the Introduction to Unix/Linux and Shell Programming course.
We also recommend that participants be familiar with standard Unix/Linux programming concepts, such as those covered in the Unix/Linux System Programming course.
Familiarity with TCP/IP networks is helpful but not essential.