Networking with Python: Socket Programming for Communication

Posted 1 month 18 days ago by Raspberry Pi Foundation

Duration : 3 weeks
Study Method : Online
Subject : IT & Computer Science
Overview
Discover how you can create networked applications in Python by using sockets. Supported by Google.
Course Description

Build your practical network application skills and understanding

On this course from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, you’ll learn how to create programs that communicate over the internet.

You’ll explore the principles that industry professionals use when programming for networks, and learn how sockets are used to abstract the complexities of the internet.

In the final week, you’ll design and create your own protocol for a networked quiz that you’ll program using Python. This final challenge will help you to consolidate and apply your learning from the course.

This course is designed for teachers who deliver lessons on network principles in the classroom, at GCSE level or equivalent.

To take part in this course, you will need experience in the following areas of programming:

  • Using functions, including parameters and returns
  • Using multiple data types
  • Debugging Python programs

It may also be beneficial to have some experience with classes and methods.

Requirements
This course is designed for teachers who deliver lessons on network principles in the classroom, at GCSE level or equivalent. To take part in this course, you will need experience in the following areas of programming: + Using functions, including parameters and returns + Using multiple data types + Debugging Python programs It may also be beneficial to have some experience with classes and methods.
Career Path
  • Describe the layers of the TCP/IP model
  • Produce Python programs using sockets
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of the life cycle of a socket
  • Compare reliable and unreliable communication
  • Develop a protocol of your own
  • Produce programs that use both TCP and UDP
  • Investigate the causes of network errors
  • Describe methods of correcting errors
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