In the 3rd installment of the Beginners guide to programming, we will explore Central Processing Unit (CPU) and its role in the computer system and programming. I hope that you remember everything from first and second level programming guide. If not, you can refresh your memory before you jump into this one.
We will start exploring CPU role from the perspective of simple question many people are asking these days which is: How many CPU cores do I need?
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Welcome to the level 2 of computer and programming guide. Remember all from level 1 guide for programmers?
The answer to the question from the title could be that you have RAM issues. RAM is the main memory of your computer or phone and it seems that your apps are eating to much RAM. Your whole operating system (Android, iOS, Windows) is slow because it requires more RAM but how it’s possible when you uninstalled some apps but nothing much is changed? It’s still slow.
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This series is meant to gradually introduce programming to the total beginners. And I mean like really total, like my father or mother which are actually using their computer without having the smallest clue how it works. As a matter of fact if the operating system freeze they may be able to restart the computer and that’s where their troubleshooting knowledge ends. Don’t get me wrong, restarting operating system helped me numerous times and it’s always one of the first choices I made in the path of troubleshooting.
However, if your plan is to become developer/ programmer you need to expand your knowledge of computer inner workings and I can assure you it’s more interesting than you might think. And it’s easy, at least to the level you need. Let’s begin …
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There’s no need to reiterate much about GDPR law and everything that came with it. In one moment nobody didn’t care about it like it’s just another obscure and annoying EU law. Then few weeks before actual enforcement date, the most companies started to implement some kind of implementation.
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