HTTP/2 is the new version of the Internet's most used protocol and is being deployed widely on the Internet today. Daniel makes a recap of the core pieces of the protocol as well as look at current deployment status. The introduction of ALPN in TLS helps make painless HTTP/2 upgrades and is another helper to push us further toward HTTPS everywhere. A primary driver for upgrading is how HTTP/2 improves end user experience as Daniel will explain and show with real-world numbers.
Topping it all off, Daniel shows how the univeral HTTP tool curl (and libcurl) speaks HTTP/2 and how it can help you debug, test and develop HTTP/2 services.