https://uk.pcmag.com/mobile-operating-system-2/126707/windows-vs-macos-vs-chrome-os-vs-ubuntu-linux-which-operating-system-reigns-supreme In year 8 we discuss what an operating system is, right where we cover hardware and software and search engines and web browsers. It’s something which comes up frequently on GCSE papers. This article discusses done of the most well known operating systems and what they provide. Most of it feeds in nicely with …. Read More
Click bait headline, but interesting look at distributed computing. It’s been going on for years. I remember a similar one that was searching for aliens, literally. It was essentially helping some of the science projects that were scanning space for life markers. It was very sci fi, back then we lived in the future.
Interesting video from Tom Scott which covers various things. In a broader sense, ideology. In specifics, sharing data between web servers/services. In terms of specifications, A-Level interfaces (not the interface between human and machine, but the interface between one system and another). It’s a good watch, and an essential watch for A-level students.
Have you every got onto a train and given a heavy sigh as you realise there’s still 9,223,372,036,854,775,798 stops until you reach home? It seems someone made a mistake. This video goes nicely into how this mistake could have happened and looks at some of the binary etc behind it. Worth a watch for years …. Read More