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Understanding the HTTP and HTTPS communication
Understanding the HTTP and HTTPS communication

HTTP and HTTPS Today we are going to discuss two main communication protocol HTTP and HTTPS. we will take some basic concept about both. HTTP HTTPS HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol, or HTTP, is one of the most utilized protocols on the internet. HTTP traditionally runs on TCP port 80. The ports can be changed for […]

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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) & Configure DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) & Configure DHCP

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is the defacto system for automatically assigning IP addresses to hosts. When a client wants to request an IP, it broadcasts a discovery packet to UDP port 67. When a DHCP server responds to the DHCP discovery packet, it will sent the client a DHCP […]

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Building “Hello World” In Python – Learning Python
Building "Hello World" In Python - Learning Python

Now that we have Python installed and our tools setup, it’s time to start writing some actual Python code. But before we fire up our text editor and start diving in. We’re going to use Python’s interpreted mode in the command line interface to see how easy it is to write and run Python. So […]

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Choosing an editor or IDE for Python Programming
Choosing an editor or IDE for Python Programming

Editor or IDE for Python Programming There are a lot of great tools out there for working with the Python programming language, but in this course I’m going to be using Visual Studio Code. It has great support for Python editing, it’s free, and it runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux. It also has a […]

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Installing Python – Learn basic Python
Installing Python - Learn basic Python

Let’s begin by making sure that Python is properly installed and configured on your computer. Now the good news is if you’re watching this on a Mac or Linux machine then chances are you’ve already got Python installed on your system. The Mac ships with Python as does Ubuntu Linux so you might already be […]

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What is RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) & How RDP works
What is RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) & How RDP works

Remote desktop protocol (RDP) Remote desktop protocol (RDP) was developed by Microsoft to provide a graphical terminal for remotely connected clients. This functionality is also known as terminal server or terminal services. It listens for connections on TCP port 3389. In essence, RDP allows a client to connect to a server through a software interface. […]

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