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Scott Aaronson - The Limits of Quantum Computers (2008)
Scott Aaronson has a good introductory article in Scientific American (2008).
Physics  CompSci  Hardware  Engineering 
yesterday by mfernando
Quantum Computing for High School Students (2002)
Scott Aaronson has a good introductory article in Scientific American[1], and he also wrote a short, accessible article aimed at high school students in 2002[2].
CompSci  Hardware  Engineering  Physics 
yesterday by mfernando
Teach Yourself Computer Science | Trello
Organize anything, together. Trello is a collaboration tool that organizes your projects into boards. In one glance, know what's being worked on, who's working on what, and where something is in a process.
compsci  programming 
5 days ago by geetarista
Cutting through to what matters
Be a chef: work on important problems, do unique work;
It’s possible: it will take only a few years to get to the edge of a sub-field of computing;
It’s necessary: otherwise your expertise will become redundant; and,
Doing unique work at the edge of a field requires foundational knowledge and basic, timeless tools.
compsci  opinion 
5 days ago by nicolashery
E.W.Dijkstra Archive: Home page
Like most of us, Dijkstra always believed it a scientist’s duty to maintain a lively correspondence with his scientific colleagues. To a greater extent than most of us, he put that conviction into practice. For over four decades, he mailed copies of his consecutively numbered technical notes, trip reports, insightful observations, and pungent commentaries, known collectively as “EWDs”, to several dozen recipients in academia and industry. Thanks to the ubiquity of the photocopier and the wide interest in Dijkstra’s writings, the informal circulation of many of the EWDs eventually reached into the thousands.
dijkstra  compsci  history  programming  writing 
6 days ago by bwiese
Data Structures and Algorithms (DSA): The Intuitive Guide | Interview Cake

No confusing academic jargon or proofs. That stuff doesn't help you really get it. Instead, we'll give you a visual, intuitive sense for how data structures and algorithms actually work.
career  algorithms  datastructures  coding_interview  compsci  interview  cs 
7 days ago by grinful

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