- published: 07 Jun 2017
- views: 28730
Today we’re going to take a step back from programming and discuss the person who formulated many of the theoretical concepts that underlie modern computation - the father of computer science himself: Alan Turing. Now normally we try to avoid “Great Man" history in Crash Course because truthfully all milestones in humanity are much more complex than just an individual or through a single lens - but for Turing we are going to make an exception. From his theoretical Turing Machine and work on the Bombe to break Nazi Enigma codes during World War II, to his contributions in the field of Artificial Intelligence (before it was even called that), Alan Turing helped inspire the first generation of computer scientists - despite a life tragically cut short. Ps. Have you had the chance to play th...
Programming is the art of telling a computer what to do through a set of instructions. Those instructions are written in a computer’s language, or code. We use computers all the time—even turning off the alarm clock or texting a friend. Becoming a programmer is one of the best ways to have an impact on the world because you can influence so many people’s lives with the things you make.
# Please leave a rating/comment and favorite/share the video if you liked it - and you should read the description ;) # Gameplay: I am playing Black Ops 2 on the map Overflow. Gamemode is Domination and I am using the Vector K10 SMG as my primary. # Commentary: With all the glory you get from being a computer scientist, the job has some dark sides no one seems to take notice of. That's what I am talking about here. # Subscribe for more awesome content: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=iLostLink # Follow me on Twitter to stay up to date: http://twitter.com/iLostLink # Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music
This is first lecture from the series of course "Introduction to Computer Science I", Harvard OpenCourseWare with Instructor David J. Malan. The Instructor is just awesome and this course is most taken, most awaited. Surely it will make you better understand Computers and Computer science. The topics covered in this lecture are: Intro to Binary. ASCII. Algorithms. Pseudocode. Source code. Compiler. Object code. Scratch. Statements. Boolean expressions. Conditions. Loops. Variables. Functions. Arrays. Threads. Events. Next Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jgkcj11V8ZM&index=2&list=PLvJoKWRPIu8G6Si7LlvmBPA5rOJ9BA29R
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. This persuasive talk shows how essential and easy it is to gain a basic understanding of computer science learning principles. Our world increasingly driven by technology and software, so we all need to know the creative, problem-solving power of computer science. This is especially important to students who will lead the way in our shared future. Learn how you can take the next step at http://code.org . Hadi Partovi learned computer science so he could have games to play on the computer his father gave him (a Commodore 64) when he was 10 years old in Iran. Since then he has worked as computer programmer and also as an entrepreneur, investor, and as co-founder of Code.org, a nonprofit dedicated to g...
Computer Programming is an amazing field of complication, amazement, difficulty, but above all, fun. Computer Programming makes almost anything possible. What will you create? Interested in learning computer programming? Visit http://www.codecademy.com/learn
Lecture 1: Goals of the course; what is computation; introduction to data types, operators, and variables Instructors: Prof. Eric Grimson, Prof. John Guttag View the complete course at: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-00F08 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Sponsors: CHECK OUT DEVMOUNTAIN (Coding Bootcamp) https://goo.gl/P4vgKS -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Contribute: PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/realchrishawkes Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/chrishawkes Description: One of my viewers asked me to review this article and provide my thoughts. In short, I don't think physicist will replace the need for your average programmer. Check out my website https://www.hipstercode.com/ for the latest tutorials, blogs and more.
I would like to know how hard it is the mathematics part in the computer science undergraduate course. I love computers and would to love to know how to code and understand the operational systems in a technical way to maybe someday work for some big company but i'm worried about choosing this course because of the mathematics part, cause i'm not very good at it, do you think the teachers do a great job explaining what you have to do or do you have to learn most of the stuff by yourself? Cause if that's the case i guess it's too hard for me, what're your thoughts? -Igor B. ********** To Ask Questions Email: Question@EliTheComputerGuy.com Patreon Campaign for a Geekier world: http://www.patreon.com/elithecomputerguy Signup for our email list at: http://www.elithecomputerguy.com/email-...
Here's my view on the future of computer sciences. In a nutshell, I see two options: building a fence around what we tend to call "real" computer sciences, or teaming up with scientists from other disciplines and developing New Sciences, such as Computational Social Sciences or Digital Humanities. I firmly believe that computer sciences, or rather, Informatics, forms the core of many new developments surrounding us. Computer scientists need to move toward those new fields.
Starting college is a big adjustment for anyone, but it can be especially daunting for CS majors. After all, they're jumping into a tough curriculum that's very different from the work they did in high school. Even those who've taken Computer Science will face big changes. To ease the transition, Cat's collected a few pieces of advice from former CS majors -- ideas they wish they'd learned about sooner. ---------- Dice.com gives employers looking to hire tech talent recruiting news, tips and white papers that give you an edge with your tech recruiting efforts. Dice, the Career Hub for tech, is the leading job site for technology professionals and the companies who look to hire them. Dice.com connects employers and recruiters with quality, actionable tech professionals.
This video give you insight about computer science jobs . CONNECT WITH TEKDOMAIN ● Free Trial to Computer Science Course: http://bit.ly/2bRMi1q ● Subscribe: http://bit.ly/20RHsjN ● Schedule Free Appointment: http://bit.ly/1OtWvOI ● Blog: http://tekdomain.com/blog
This video highlights the successes of recent Computer Science graduates and shares the many opportunities available to students in this growing program and field of study. Produced by Louisiana Economic Development (LED)
By bringing the power of computer science to fields such as journalism, education, robotics, and art, Northwestern University computer scientists in the McCormick School of Engineering are accelerating research and innovation exponentially. Northwestern has announced a major expansion of computer science, adding 20 faculty and substantially expanding its commitment to this field in the years ahead. Half of the new faculty appointments will be in core computer science areas and half structured as collaborative “CS+X” appointments with other disciplines.