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  • this'll be my first video ever since I have this little set up.

  • Ignore the poor cable management.

  • The center's not done, but as a little sneak peek by the end of November, there will be a whole entire office and death set up tour on this channel of this room.

  • What I've been working in over the past, what, 56 months?

  • I've been here.

  • So stay tuned for that cause, you know, a lot of you've been asking for it, But let's get to talking about why you will clicked on this video, and that is computer science terminology.

  • Basically, if you're entering this field, there are a few words buzz words or just regular knowledge words that you need to know in this industry.

  • Some of them are very basic.

  • That's what this video is going to cover a lot.

  • But I have a lot of terminology that I want to discuss, and I'm not sure if it'll fit all in one video, so make sure to subscribe if you care to see Part two and potentially part three, depending on how stretch out I make these videos.

  • For the rest of this computer science terminology, Siri's I think it's only appropriate for the first term to be computer science.

  • What is computer science?

  • Computer science is the science that deals with theories and methods and processing information on a digital computer.

  • It is also the design of computer hardware and software and the applications of a computer.

  • Or in layman's terms, it's a study of the principles and use of computers.

  • In order to understand computer science, you kind of need to understand a computer, and I mean, don't get me wrong.

  • Everybody knows what a computer is, but a good way to put it into words.

  • For us who are entering in the field of computer scientists offer engineering is that a computer is a machine that performs computations based on instructions, instructions.

  • That's an important word.

  • A computer is made up of two components.

  • Hardware and software.

  • Hardware is the physical components of a computer.

  • The best way that I learned every little piece of computer is building mine right there myself.

  • I think it did that about four years ago, and I did all of the studying and all of the work, figuring out why should get what CPU for my usage graphics cards, storage, memory, cooling, all of that stuff, all inside of a computer.

  • The best way for you to learn it is actually putting yourself in the shoes of someone who needs to build a computer because you'll take everything into consideration before dumping, what, 1050 $100 into a computer?

  • At least I do.

  • I make sure I do all the research before I spend that much money.

  • So that's a good way to learn.

  • The hardware of computer software, on the other hand, is not a physical component.

  • It's basically a set of instructions for the hardware.

  • You can think of these instructions as files that are saved in your computer, because every time you open something like a dope from here, everything you do is sending instructions back and forth between the hardware.

  • The software or the instructions aren't in English or any other spoken language.

  • It is a programming language.

  • The language that is used for different have to software varies, but that's essentially how we're able to set instructions for the software to present and to do.

  • What we needed to do are basically just to some all that up hardware, something that you can physically touch and software is the instructions for the hardware.

  • Since we're on the topic of software, let's talk about program with a lot of misconceptions.

  • A lot of different words that really kind of mean.

  • The same thing that is program is basically a piece of software, or you can think of it as an application.

  • It is a file saved on your computer written and a programming language filled with instructions to tell your hardware went to in our world.

  • We don't call instructions, instructions, recall instructions.

  • Coat code is a bunch of words and well, well, basically, this This is code, and this is written using a programming language so you can think of code as the instructions.

  • Programming language is what you write.

  • The instructions with and everything combined is a software application or program.

  • The first thing they teach you in any computer science degree is computer hardware.

  • That's why emphasize understanding all of the components within a computer because you need to learn all of that before you learn programming to be efficient programming, actually understanding what you're doing.

  • So let's talk about the six main components that make up the computer's hardware.

  • We have the central processing unit or the CPU.

  • We have the main memory.

  • We have secondary storage.

  • We have input output devices, we have the network, and we have the bus.

  • The CPU is the brain of the computer.

  • Execute instructions such as code in a program, the main memory who also known as the random access memory.

  • Or you may know it as ram for short that's used to store the code from your program and the stores the data that your code is operating on while the program is actively running.

  • For example, when you open an application such as Adobe Premiere, the code to run Adobe Premiere loads into the main member.

  • Then you have your secondary storage that stores your program and data when it's not in use.

  • In order to do any of this, you need input.

  • Output device is a few examples for input.

  • Devices would be the mouse, the keyboard.

  • The microphone output devices would be the monitor, the speakers or the printer, which is right right there.

  • The network essentially is what you connect your computer to WiFi Internet in order to communicate with computers all around the world.

  • It allows you to send and receive data from computer, such as an email text message.

  • Web.

  • Now the bus is a group of wires inside this computer case right here that connect all the hardware components.

  • The main reason for that well, it needs to pass data from one piece to another per our previous example.

  • When you load up Adobe Premiere, you have your secondary storage sending data to your main memory and then what you save and shut down that application.

  • It sends everything back to the secondary stores to then be retrieved.

  • Once you open the application back up and then back into the main memory and then so on and so forth.

  • And don't dis synonyms, we kind of address this.

  • Previously when we're talking about code and instructions or what not and ah, lot of these groupings that we're going to talk about here The groups of synonyms can very slightly, depending on how they're used.

  • But for just like a basic level of knowledge, this is essentially synonyms.

  • You have code which are computer instructions, their computer instructions, which is software.

  • You have software, which is a program also known as an app or application.

  • And now, although I consider code is what you would open in a text editor, you see the entire programming language that programming language is what you call the code.

  • That would be the nitty gritty of an application, and the application would be essentially the package product, basically what the consumer would see.

  • But you can see how they can be used anonymously.

  • And then you hear the terms like coding programming saw for developments offer Engineering or coder per grammar software developer.

  • Web developer of sulfur engineer You'll hear those types of terms be interchanged a lot, too.

  • Everyone on the outside world those mean the same exact thing on the inside world, depending on what your company does and what you're called can mean different things.

  • For example, when you're called a softer engineer, generally you work with Java, suppose plus enterprise level software, that type of stuff.

  • But then, when you move over to the people, building websites, building Web applications, building mobile applications and not working with those particular languages, people like to call themselves or developers, but you can see how these would be synonymous.

  • Just know that when someone talks about programming coding software development.

  • That's essentially all the same thing.

  • And now the terms machine language or binary or programming language, low level language, high level language programming paradigms like functional procedural imperative object oriented that gets a little bit more complex.

  • And we're going to discuss that in the next video computer science terminology part, too.

  • So if you're interested and getting a bit deeper into it, I know this video.

  • We just kind of went over the basics.

  • A lot of you already knew it, but maybe you learn something new, or maybe you didn't know any of it.

  • And this is kind of your first break into computer science.

  • If that's the case, definitely consider subscribing not only for part two of computer science technology, but also because a lot of my channel revolves around computer.

  • Scientists offer engineering, and when you're breaking into this industry, consider me as a friend that's here to help until next time guys have it going piece.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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