This course is an introduction to domains and DNS. It does not dive into the technicalities behind DNS. If you are looking for a more technical introduction to DNS, then we recommend the course: "DNS for technicians" on March 7th.
On this course you will learn more about what concepts such as registry, registrar and registrant mean, and how the structure and responsibility are distributed in DNS.
We also review what to expect in a typical DNS management system - the systems may be different, but the principles are the same.
The course takes place online, and simply requires a laptop with a web browser to attend. It's more fun if you have a microphone and camera, but it's not a requirement to attend.
The course is held physically, but it is also possible to participate remotely.
Thomas Steen Rasmussen works for internet provider BornFiber as Unix administrator/security manager/developer. He also runs his own one-man business – tyktech. He is involved in the DNS censorship service and similar internet activist projects.
09.15-10.30: DNS areas of responsibilities as well as the concepts: registry, registrar and registant
10.45-12.15: The history, background, and structure of DNS
The course is intended for people without a technical background who want a greater insight into, and understanding of DNS, as well as the role DNS plays on the Internet.
Date: November 4, 2022
Adress: Ørestads Boulevard 108, 2300 Copenhagen S
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the course title, your name, and your company name. Please note, if you wish to participate on loacation or remote.