Tag: computer science

Computer Network Technician (Episode 121)

Networks, mainframes, hardware, software, updates, Internet… They’re all organized and monitored for organizations by this multi-talented individual: the computer network technician. Hi. Brian. Hi. Peter. Come on in. I’ll show you where I work. Great. Peter Wealick. I’m a computer network technician. We could be doing a number of different things. We could be deploying […]

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A Day in the Life of a Harvard Computer Science Student

Hi there my name is John fish, and I’m a Harvard student I’m a freshman studying computer science And this video is going to be a day in my life and the first thing we’re doing today. It’s about 7:30 a.m. I’m gonna go grab some breakfast So Annenberg is Harvard’s freshman dining hall, and […]

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While Loops – Intro to Computer Science

I said we didn’t need any new constructs, but we are gonna introduce one and that’s gonna make writing the code we need for a search engine much more convenient It’s also gonna be very useful for lots and lots of procedures that we wanna write and the construct we are gonna introduce is called […]

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Master in Computer Science – Leiden University

So the reason why I chose Computer Science is because it’s a very specialized master. And it’s a very growing field. Stuff like artificial intelligence, machine learning those are really up-and-coming technologies and that’s why I want to study it right now. I come from China I like Computer Science because it’s a creative subject. […]

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CS50: Intro to Computer Science | HarvardX on edX | About Video

DAVID MALAN: This is CS50. Computer Science 50, otherwise known as CS50, is Harvard College’s introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming for majors and non-majors alike. SPEAKER 1: I took CS50 last year as a freshman in the fall, and it absolutely blew my mind. I had never […]

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Study Computer Science at Aarhus University like Angelo Nicolosi

It completely frees your mind – you can create universes and worlds completely by yourself! You can go from coding your own game to solving big issues, or at least contribute the solutions of very important issues that affect millions of people. I am Angelo Agatino Nicolosi, and I work at Danske Bank as a […]

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The 200 Year Old Computer

– Hey guys, I didn’t quite do it right, one second. Shut up. (beep) Hey guys, this is how a French textile mill invented the computer. Wait, what? Now when most people think of computers, they obviously don’t think French textiles, but you know those scantron forms that you used to fill out in school […]

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Crash Course Computer Science Preview

Hello world! I’m Carrie Anne Philbin and welcome to Crash Course Computer Science! So, computers really have allowed us to do some pretty amazing things – think global telecommunications, international commerce, global transportation, breakthroughs in medicine, distributed education, online shopping, online dating, just the Internet in general. Computers are allowing us to explore our own […]

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Study Computer Science in Copenhagen, Denmark

I wanted to do something with software development, and I found a lot of courses here. And there was a special track for specialization in that course. I liked the University of Copenhagen because it was among the best universities – – for computer science here in Northern Europe. A lot of my friends were […]

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Intro to Algorithms: Crash Course Computer Science #13

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! Over the past two episodes, we got our first taste of programming in a high-level language, like Python or Java. We talked about different types of programming language statements – like assignments, ifs, and loops – as well as putting statements into functions that perform […]

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