Information Technology Professionals

Information Technology Professionals

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Censoring Platforms

Source: pixabay.com Β· This article was inspired by Greg’s article on censorship. I may not share his tact, but as this is a relevant topic directly related to my work, I feel I should write something about, beyond just comments on his article (which I invite you to read when you ...

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How to Avoid Computer Hardware Problems - Pavius

Your computer is a great investment and when they fail, it’s a major hassle and quite an expensive one. Fortunately, ...

https://www.pavius.net/avoid-computer-hardware-problems/

for some computer hardware saving tips. My site features in the article, very cool!

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Facing the Heat (a Raspberry Pi article)

Source: pixabay.com Β· Lately, I've been working with my new SBC (single-board computer, a euphemism for the tiny computer I've bought to learn more about hardware and stuff). Although my experience overall has been a mixed bag, I learned a lot about this tech and the various engi ...

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Modern Abaci for Modern Times

Source: pixabay.com Β· This article is inspired by Ken's interesting article on the various kinds of Engineers (sens data engineers, who are covered in one of the comments). This article spawned a great discussion which at one point veered towards the abacus as an instrument for t ...

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My Raspberry Experience So Far

Source: my phone camera :-) Β· Alright, since I've promised someone that I'd write about my Raspberry experience, after I gulped her article on Raspberry Ice Cream, here it goes. Before we begin, let me assure you that I have no affiliation with the company that produces these bea ...

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FinFET changes the structure of the transistor, allowing Moore's Law to live more than ten years.

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Introduction to FinFET - Utmel

The full name of FinFET is Fin Field-Effect Transistor. It is a new complementary metal oxide semiconductor transistor. The FinFET name is based on the similarity between the shape of the transistor and the fin.

https://www.utmel.com/blog/categories/transistors/introduction-to-finfet

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Career Tips for People in Their 20's

You are young, you are free, and you can pretty much do anything that your mind is set up for. Being in your 20Ò€ℒs is fun, super exciting but also pressuring.

https://ohjobs.ph/blogs/career-tips-for-people-in-their-20s

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Cybersecurity Courses to Check Out

Source: pixabay.comOver the past few months, I’ve been working on various mini-courses on Cybersecurity, for a broader audience. Although most of my career I worked in data science-related roles, I have studied Cybersecurity quite a bit and even did some PhD-level research on it, ...

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Due to the nature of how computers operate, it is difficult for them to communicate via language like we do. Computers use a binary system – which can be hard for humans to read and understand – and rely on zeros and ones.Β 

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