Everyone needs a Starting Point|
|Computer Science Fundamentals|
This five session (90 min each) class presents an overview of computer science fundamentals from the ground up.
Starting with binary logic,
moving on to data and devices, then programming sequences of instructions,
building devices to process a set of instructions, communication between devices, and finally building
systems and processing information.
You could say we are looking at what composes the "cell" of computers and how they work as a "universal" machine.
A great book to read on your own is "Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software" by Charles Petzold.
This book is available in print and as an eBook. It's not a "Tech Text Book," the book is 100% approachable, a gem written in fine
prose and reads like a novel.
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