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Website Architecture

A little more than a decade ago at CERN (the scientific research laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland), Tim Berners-Lee presented a proposal for an information management system that would enable the sharing of knowledge and resources over a computer network. The system he proposed has propagated itself into what can truly be called a World Wide Web, as people all over the world use it for a wide variety of purposes:

• Educational institutions and research laboratories were among the very first users of the Web, employing it for sharing documents and other resources across the Internet.

• Individuals today use the Web (and the underlying Internet technologies that support it) as an instantaneous international postal service, as a worldwide community bulletin board for posting virtual photo albums, and as a venue for holding global yard sales.

• Businesses engage in e-commerce, offering individuals a medium for buying and selling goods and services over the net. They also communicate with other businesses through B2B (business-to-business) data exchanges, where companies can provide product catalogues, inventories, and sales records to other companies.The Internet in itself has withnessed a lot of growth and improvements from the early days.

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International Conferences

http://icwe2018.webengineering.org/

https://waset.org/conference/2018/06/toronto/ICGPWAP

https://waset.org/conference/2018/01/sydney/ICWAST/home

http://www.webist.org/

http://www.icbea.org/

http://www.wikicfp.com/cfp/servlet/event.showcfp?eventid=63231

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The Web and Our Environment

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