December 5-7, 2016
Vancouver, Canada

Learning HTTP

Whether you're building a backend or a frontend application, creating an API or consuming one, it’s helpful to understand the basics of HTTP. Topics covered will include HTTP methods, request headers, request URIs, response status codes, response headers, resource representations, authentication, content negotiation, and caching. Examples will be provided using an HTTP REPL (read–eval–print loop) client and an Apache CouchDB server.

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Bradley Holt

IBM

Bradley Holt leads a team of developer advocates at IBM who are democratizing data and AI through open source technologies. His team's work includes helping developers integrate open source deep learning models into their applications, enabling developers and data scientists to better collaborate, fostering the publication and usability of open data, advancing the usage of data and AI for social good, and promoting open standards for the deployment and operationalization of data and AI.

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