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Aren't they both the same thing? Not at all. Learn why.
The 4 core concepts needed to start thinking computationally
Decomposition: What is it and how and when to apply.
Abstraction: What is it and how and when to apply.
Pattern Recognition: What is it and how and when to apply.
Algorithms: What are they? How and when do we use them?
Computer or not a Computer? That is the question we will answer.
Core components of most computing devices.
The brains of a computer, and how they work.
The brains of a computer, and how they are manufactured.
Motherboards and Circuit Boards
Understanding the different ways computers remember things.
Computers are great at remembering things but there are also things that aren't important to remember forever. We call these temporary things short term memory.
Short term memory comes in several forms. Let's learn about RAM.
Short term memory comes in several forms. Let's learn about the different types.
Computers are great at remembering things and never forgetting them, but how does that work?
What are hard disk drives ("HDD") and how are they different from RAM?
How are hard disk drives fabricated?
Solid State drives, the more modern storage method.
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