March 30, 2020

Computer Speeds – Computerphile

2Ghz ≠ 2Ghz – Well sometimes! Dr Steve Bagley on why the clock cycles of a CPU aren’t enough to measure it’s speed. https://www.facebook.com/computerphile Tweets ...
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What Was Your 1st Computer? – Computerphile

Before each Computerphile interview we asked guests and regular contributors about their first computer. Professor Uwe Aickelin: Missing Data: https://youtu.be/oCQbC818KKU Professor Ross Anderson: Chip & ...
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Computer Science's Wonder Woman: Ada Lovelace – Computerphile

Ada Lovelace became known as the world’s first computer programmer – Professor Brailsford on how being poet Byron’s daughter inadvertently sent her down a scientific ...
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PiDP-11 Retro Computer Build – Computerphile

Before typed code, there was toggled code. We get hands on with a PDP recreation based on a Raspberry Pi. The PiDP Project: http://bit.ly/C_PiDP11project Aaron’s ...
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Physics of Computer Chips – Computerphile

You can’t beat physics. Why the chip manufacturers are heading for a wall. We asked nano-scientist Phil Moriarty Professor of Physics in the School of ...
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