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History of HTTP and the World Wide Web with Henrik Frystyk Nielsen

History of HTTP and the World Wide Web with Henrik Frystyk Nielsen

Show #292 Nov 10 2011 join the conversation

One day Henrik Frystyk Nielsen met Tim Berners-Lee at CERN and became his first graduate student. He joined the W3C and worked on HTTP and some of the first browsers. Henrik is one of the primary authors of the HTTP specification. He sits down with Scott and they chat about the history of the web from HTTP to the mysterious HTTP Status Code 418.

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