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 […]

#18d Updating Firmware to GRBL V1.1 #18b / Phoenix CNC Controller

Ok I’ve just complied and uploaded the original firmware that I was using on my cnc machine – and that was 0.9j. I’ll just open the config.h file in the library. So the thing that I’ve changed in this config file are line 112, 254, 255, 261, 271 and I’ll write those down in the […]

TOP 10 Programming Languages To Learn For 2017 (& Beyond)

Hey, what’s up, John Sonmez from I thought I would do a video about what programming language should I learn in 2016. This will probably carry over to 2017 since we’re more than halfway through 2016. I’ve had this on my board thinking about making this video, but you know, hopefully you still find […]

Back Of The Envelope Solution – Design of Computer Programs

[Norvig] And the answer is 20 billion. How do you do that back of the envelope? 5 factorial is 120. Let’s just round that off to 100. 100 to the 5th–that’s 5 times 2–is 10 digits, so that works out to 10 billion. And we rounded down to get from 120 to 100, so we […]

Compiling – Design of Computer Programs

Let’s quickly summarize how a language interpreter works. For regular expressions we have patterns like a or b plus, which define languages. A language is a set of strings like {a, b, ab, ba, …} and so on, defined by that pattern. Then we have interpreters like matchset, which in this case takes a pattern […]

Boggle – Design of Computer Programs

This homework is to play the word game Boggle. Now, Boggle is played with a set of letters that are arranged into an n x n grid–here 4 x 4– but you should accept other size as well, and your task is to find all the words that can be found in this grid. Now, […]

About the Class – Design of Computer Programs

Welcome to CS212. Now, in this class, you’re going to be learning by example. So I will pose some problems to you and you’ll get a chance to create your solution. And then I’ll show you and discuss my solution. It’s important to note that there’s more then one way to approach a problem, and […]

how to make a keylogger ? || Make Keylogger For “WINDOWS” in hindi

So Hello Guys , Welcome You To Pro-Hackers Youtube Channel So Today We are going to see how we can make a keylogger with beelogger so what would it do? if you send this keylogger to your victim and if he install this keylogger this keylogger will send every keystroke that your victim will type […]

Learn Web Development: Algorithms & Data Structures

Hey, what’s up? John Sonmez here from Hey, I just wanted to give a quick thanks to one of our sponsors at Simple Programmer which is DevMountain Bootcamp. You should go check them out. The link is in the description. They are a coding bootcamp and they can teach you web development, iOS development, […]

TempleOS | Down the Rabbit Hole

In Memoriam of Terry A. Davis (1969-2018) [Foreword: A “messenger” from God] Depending on who is consulted, TempleOS is the outdated product of a deranged mind, the work of a misunderstood genius, or some complicated combination of the two. While the operating system was the result of over a decade of work, it’s creator, usually […]

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