CSE 392: Network Programming
Stony Brook University – Fall 2017
This course is focused on studying networking protocols and applications:
- C / Unix TCP & UDP socket programming
- Real-time Protocols
- Peer-to-Peer networks
- and lower-level networking concepts.
Assignments and programming projects will focus the course on network programming in the context of network protocol development and implementation (e.g.
, routing, multicasting, ARP
.), and distributed services and ‘system-level’ applications (e.g.
, client-server and peer-to-peer applications, distributed file systems, name services, etc
The goal is to understand the concepts surrounding ‘system-level’ applications and build such applications (e.g., client-server, peer-to-peer, distributed file systems, etc.).
For more information refer to the course syllabus
and course schedule
CSE320 System Fundamentals II
CSE310 Computer Networks
Course Meeting Times:
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8:30 - 9:50 am in Frey 205
- Prof. Jennifer Wong
- jwong at cs dot stonybrook dot edu
- New Computer Science Building 212
- Office Hours: Weds 10-12pm, Thurs 2-3pm
Teaching Assistant Info:
W. Richard Stevens, Bill Fenner & Andrew M. Ruddof,
Unix Network Programming , Volume 1: The Sockets Networking API ;
3rd. edition, Addison-Wesley 2004.
Other Important Info:
- All Announcements, Lecture Notes, Programming Assignments, Quiz information etc. will be posted on Piazza.
- Discussion boards and collaborative student answers are REQUIRED.
- Grades will be posted on Blackboard.