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Linked Lists - Computerphile
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Linked Lists explained: Dr Alex Pinkney returns to Computerphile. Apologies for the traffic noise on this episode - we tried filming outside in London...
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Code Checking Automation - Computerphile
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3 days ago ∗ Views: 49,099
The original version of text messaging had a flaw, but how can we investigate problems with software quickly and easily? Professor John Hughes shows u...
06:41
Program, Interrupted - Computerphile
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1 week ago ∗ Views: 64,357
In day to day life interruptions are annoying, but in computing they're essential. James Fowkes explains using an Arduino. EXTRA BITS: ...
15:56
Computer Science ∩ Mathematics (Type Theory) - Computerphile
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1 week ago ∗ Views: 82,477
As computers are used more and more to confirm proofs, is it time to take computer science's contribution to mathematics further? Dr Thorsten Altenkir...
08:55
Funky Music from Functional Programming - Computerphile
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2 weeks ago ∗ Views: 55,203
Functional Programming is often considered the stuffy tool of academics, but can it be used for creative and entertainment applications? Dr Henrik Nil...
10:43
Dijkstra's Algorithm - Computerphile
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2 weeks ago ∗ Views: 126,732
Dijkstra's Algorithm finds the shortest path between two points. Dr Mike Pound explains how it works. How Sat Nav Works: https://youtu.be/EUrU1y5is3Y ...
05:37
The Dreaded 404 - Computerphile
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3 weeks ago ∗ Views: 97,886
Discussing web links with Dr Tim Brailsford. Origins of the Web (Hypertext History): https://youtu.be/b0O3rsKjSOs Sega Retro Game Coding: ...
11:08
Videogame Legends - Computerphile
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4 weeks ago ∗ Views: 38,180
They starting coding aged 12 on the family TV and turned their passion into a big business. From Robin Hood to Chicken Run, the list of videogames is ...
17:09
Poetry to Pythagoras: Ada Lovelace - Computerphile
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1 month ago ∗ Views: 34,331
Ada Lovelace became known as the world's first computer programmer - Professor Brailsford on how being poet Byron's daughter inadvertently sent her do...
19:24
Game Physics (in Assembler) - Computerphile
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1 month ago ∗ Views: 133,824
Just how do you turn basic number crunching into a physics system for gaming? Video Games programmer Matt Phillips explains. More info on Matt's Proje...
07:09
Games as Medicine - Computerphile
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1 month ago ∗ Views: 36,300
Lazy eyes have been treated the same way for a hundred years. These guys have developed a system of computer games that may replace the humble eye ...
13:18
Babbage's Mechanical Notation Puzzle - Computerphile
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1 month ago ∗ Views: 45,932
Professor Brailsford discusses Charles Babbage, the genius behind the Analytical Engine. The Professor's notes: ...
11:13
Sega Game Coding in Assembly - Computerphile
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2 months ago ∗ Views: 127,337
Audible 30 day free trial: http://www.audible.com/computerphile Coding an entire game in assembler. Matt Phillips is creating a brand new game for a 2...
09:19
Functional Programming & Haskell - Computerphile
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2 months ago ∗ Views: 122,206
Just what is functional programming? We asked a member of the team that created Haskell: John Hughes, Professor of Computer Science at Chalmers ...
11:21
Origins of the Web - Computerphile
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2 months ago ∗ Views: 59,832
The web didn't spring out of nothing. People had been considering & building hypertext type systems since the 40's. Dr Tim Brailsford (no relation to ...