Celebrating the birth of the web - Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau

World Wide Web Turns 33 on 12th March 2022

World Wide Web celebrating its 33rd birthday on 12th March 2022.  The web attained its 33 years.  Just in 33 years we got many improvements in the website, servers and browser.  Technology of web is developing very fastly.  In future even more web improvements we can see.

Tim Berners-Lee, British scientist invented the World Wide Web in 1989, while working at CERN.  First the web was originally developed for sharing information between scientists all around the world.
The first website created was still available in the internet at CERN website.  The URL of the first created web address is info.cern.ch .  And browse the First Website here.


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On April 30 1993, CERN put the World Wide Web software in the public domain.  Then later they made a release with an open licence.  These things allowed the World Wide Web to be accessible for everyone.

Together with Belgian system engineer Robert Cailliau written the principal concepts.  Robert Cailliau proposed the first hypertext system for CERN in 1987.  By the end of 1990, Tim developed the first Web server and browser up, running at CERN.  He developed code for his web server on a NeXT computer
Build a safe and free web to all 


Updated on : 12th March 2022, 2:00PM IST

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