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Why Not Ternary Computers? Why Not Ternary Computers? Why Not Ternary Computers? Why Not Ternary Computers?


Computers all use binary, right? Well, not quite. Ternary (or 'trinary') computers use three bits instead of two, increasing computing...

Techopedia Deals: CompTIA Core Certification Bundle Techopedia Deals: CompTIA Core Certification Bundle Techopedia Deals: CompTIA Core Certification Bundle Techopedia Deals: CompTIA Core Certification Bundle


CompTIA certification is a great first step into a tech career. Now get a CompTIA certification bundle at a huge discount through...

Techopedia Deals: The Complete Computer Science Bundle Techopedia Deals: The Complete Computer Science Bundle Techopedia Deals: The Complete Computer Science Bundle Techopedia Deals: The Complete Computer Science Bundle


The demand for professionals skilled in computer science is constantly growing, and this course bundle can help you become one of those...

A Tour of Deep Learning Models A Tour of Deep Learning Models A Tour of Deep Learning Models A Tour of Deep Learning Models


Artificial neural networks are allowing computers to process graphics and text like never before. These deep learning models can create...

The Debate Between R and Python The Debate Between R and Python The Debate Between R and Python The Debate Between R and Python


R and Python are both commonly used in data science, but is one superior to the other? Here we examine the two and their traits

Naming Conventions: What's the Big Deal? Naming Conventions: What's the Big Deal? Naming Conventions: What's the Big Deal? Naming Conventions: What's the Big Deal?


Conventions are guidelines that are meant to be followed, but what happens when they're not? In programming, Yoda conditions alter the...

Professional Organizations for IT Engineers Professional Organizations for IT Engineers Professional Organizations for IT Engineers Professional Organizations for IT Engineers


Joining professional organizations can help broaden your horizons, as well as your technical knowledge and social circle. Here we examine...

The Antikythera Mechanism: The World's Oldest Analog Computer The Antikythera Mechanism: The World's Oldest Analog Computer The Antikythera Mechanism: The World's Oldest Analog Computer The Antikythera Mechanism: The World's Oldest Analog Computer


Most people think of computing as a relatively modern innovation, but the Antikythera Mechanism proves that assumption wrong. Created over...

Open Source and the Spirit of Unrestrained Participation Open Source and the Spirit of Unrestrained Participation Open Source and the Spirit of Unrestrained Participation Open Source and the Spirit of Unrestrained Participation


Open source strives to contribute to the development community with its history of cooperation, participation, sharing and free...

Border Gateway Protocol and Routing Scalability Border Gateway Protocol and Routing Scalability Border Gateway Protocol and Routing Scalability Border Gateway Protocol and Routing Scalability


When routing large numbers of data packets, scalability is essential. There are many ways to achieve this, but the Border Gateway Protocol...

A Brief History of Web Development A Brief History of Web Development A Brief History of Web Development A Brief History of Web Development


The web has become a tool that nearly everyone uses on a daily basis. But this hasn't always been the case - the World Wide Web has gone...

7 Computing Manifestos That Changed the World 7 Computing Manifestos That Changed the World 7 Computing Manifestos That Changed the World 7 Computing Manifestos That Changed the World


The technology we take for granted today was once considered revolutionary. Here we examine some of the documents that helped shape the...

Ada Lovelace, Enchantress of Numbers Ada Lovelace, Enchantress of Numbers Ada Lovelace, Enchantress of Numbers Ada Lovelace, Enchantress of Numbers


Ada Lovelace was ahead of her time, with programming ideas that wouldn't come into practice until a century later. Learn more about this...

Technology and Our Children: Too Much and Too Little Technology and Our Children: Too Much and Too Little Technology and Our Children: Too Much and Too Little Technology and Our Children: Too Much and Too Little


Schools are more high tech and advanced than ever. Technology can be a great way to engage students, but the schools and students without...

More Than Moore - 50 Years of Moore's Law More Than Moore - 50 Years of Moore's Law More Than Moore - 50 Years of Moore's Law More Than Moore - 50 Years of Moore's Law


In 1965, Gordon Moore predicted the doubling of computing power every year (later modified to every two years). Fifty years later, Moore's...

New Visual Basic: New Name, New Features New Visual Basic: New Name, New Features New Visual Basic: New Name, New Features New Visual Basic: New Name, New Features


Microsoft is releasing its newest version of Visual Basic with the Visual Studio 2015 package. Visual Basic 14 includes new features to...

The Analytical Engine: A Look Back at Babbage's Timeless Designs The Analytical Engine: A Look Back at Babbage's Timeless Designs The Analytical Engine: A Look Back at Babbage's Timeless Designs The Analytical Engine: A Look Back at Babbage's Timeless Designs


We look back at the analytical engine for a better view of how humanity created our ever-evolving machines

What is the difference between computer science and information and communications technology (ICT)? What is the difference between computer science and information and communications technology (ICT)? What is the difference between computer science and information and communications technology (ICT)? What is the difference between computer science and information and communications technology (ICT)?


Whether it's a business looking to hire someone or a student trying to decide what to major in, there is a lot of confusion about the...