This is the textbook for the MIT course ‘‘Software Engineering for Internet
Applications.’’ The course is intended for juniors and seniors in computer
science. We assume that they know how to write a computer program and
debug it. We do not assume knowledge of any particular programming languages,
standards, or protocols. The most concise statement of the course
goal is that ‘‘The student finishes knowing how to build amazon.com by him
The book is an outgrowth of six semesters of teaching experience at MIT and
other universities. So our first thanks must go to our students, who taught us
what worked and what didn’t work. It is a privilege to teach at MIT, and every
instructor should have the opportunity once in a lifetime.
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