How to Think Like a Computer Scientist – C++

April 22, 2006

This is intended for people with little or no programming experience, and is appropriate for first year college or advanced high school students, or anyone interested in learning to program. Under the GNU Free Documentation License.

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How Binary Numbers and Hexadecimal Works

April 22, 2006

Ever wonder how the binary number system works? Or how Hexadecimal functions? Wonder no more, here is a little introduction to the realm of binary and hexadecimal (two of the most important systems for all computing). Need more? Here is a link to the Wikipedia page explain binary in quite some depth. Learn how to use the binary number system, and confuse all of your friends and family!


Boot Faster with Parallel Starting Services

April 21, 2006

If the slow booting time of your Linux box is driving you crazy, consider parallel booting techniques.

What kind of improvements might you see, compared to your current sequential boot process? Well, let's start by seeing what kind of times you're getting currently. Either grab a stopwatch, or write a simple script to time the boot

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