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Robert Cailliau is Head of the Web office at CERN, and one of the pioneers of the World Wide Web. Библиографические данные.
This compelling and highly topical book is certain to interest all general readers with a taste for the Web or the Internet, as well as students and teachers of computing, technology, and applied science. Robert Cailliau is Head of the Web office at CERN, and one of the pioneers of the World Wide Web. How the Web was Born: The Story of the World Wide Web Oxford paperback reference Popular science.
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Few people, however, realize that the Web was born at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics in Geneva, and that it was invented by an Englishman, Tim Berners-Lee. Offering its readers an unprecedented "insider's" perspective, this new book was co-written by two CERN employees-one of whom, Robert Cailliau, was among the Web's pioneers.
James Gillies (AUTHOR) Robert Cailliau (AUTHOR). Internet History World Wide Web History CERN Accelerator School.
How the web was born the story of the World Wide Web. Author(S). James Gillies (AUTHOR) Robert Cailliau (AUTHOR). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
The Story of the World Wide Web. James Gillies and Robert Cailliau. In 1994 a computer program called the Mosaic browser transformed the Internet from an academic tool into a telecommunications revolution. Now a household name, the World Wide Web is part of the modern communications landscape with tens of thousands of servers providing information to millions of users. Few people, however, realize that the Web was born at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, in Geneva, and that it was invented by an Englishman, Tim Berners-Lee.
James Gillies and Robert Cailliau Oxford University Press: Oxford 2000 . The story is presented over eight chapters and an epilogue.
North America and Europe continues to adopt and integrate the Internet as a feature of mainstream life.
Robert Cailliau, James Gillies. Prologue 1. the foundations 2. setting the scene at cern 3. enquire within upon everything 4. false beginnings 5. so what are we going to call this thing? 6. the next step 7. going public 8. fleeing the nest 9. IT's official epilogue index. View PDF. Save to Library.
The story is told from widely varying viewpoints and across shifting timelines as the various players are introduced and observed; this adds some complexity to the narrative, but yields a truer picture of the team efforts required to devise and launch the Web.
Robert Cailliau in 2019. Robert Cailliau (born 26 January 1947) is a Belgian informatics engineer, computer scientist and author who proposed the first (pre-www) hypertext system for CERN in 1987 and collaborated with Tim Berners-Lee on the World Wide Web from before it got its name. He designed the historical logo of the WWW, organized the first International World Wide Web Conference at CERN in 1994 and helped transfer Web development from CERN to the global Web consortium in 1995.
Now a household name, the World Wide Web is a prominent fixture in the modern communications landscape .
The Physician Gillies and computation scientific Cailliau gives us an impressive recount, without technical lexicon, about how the actual Web spouted since a Physics lab in Geneva environs.
How the Web Was Born: The Story of the World Wide Web, James Gillies, Robert Cailliau (2000). ACM Software System Award (with Tim Berners-Lee). Christophe Plantin Prize, Antwerp. Médaille Genève Reconnaissante (with Tim Berners-Lee). Honorary citizenship of the city of Tongeren. Gold Medal of the Flemish Academy of Sciences and the Arts. Dr. Hon. University of Liège (with Tim Berners-Lee). Ehrenpreis Best of Swiss Web. Internet Hall of Fame by the Internet Society.