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Computers – STEM Essentials

Engineering essentials for STEM Students and Educators - Engineer your Expertise
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 18m
Language: English
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Get into computers, all in less than 3-hours! Be confident in the concept, configurations, and structure of computers, from the transistor all the way up to supercomputers.
What’s important to engineers when designing, improving and using computers? What’s inside? How to we get from ones and zeros to applications? You’ll be able to answer all these after watching this course. 
Daniel is your navigator of all things Engineering, and also the founder of Engineering All Sorts, where we’re all about Engineering for Educators – STEM education to help you to be confident in the details.

You will learn

✓ Foundational structure of computers
✓ Different uses and sizes of computers
✓ Key computer industry jobs
✓ Layers of the computer – Applications; Programming Language; Assembly Language; Machine Code; Instruction Set Architecture; Microarchitecture; Gates and Registers; and Transistors
✓ Key considerations such as abstraction, standardisation, size, speed, cost, maintenance, memory size, security, portability, performance, complexity, integration, power consumption and manufacturability


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This course is for

• STEM Educators
Engineer at Engineering All Sorts
Daniel is passionate about sharing his enjoyment and experiences of engineering with everyone, regardless of where they are in the world. Based in Sydney, Australia, Daniel has over 10 years of engineering experience: on site, in the workshop, and in the lab.
As we all do, Daniel wears many hats – partner, father, engineer, maker, lifelong learner, and now, your guide through the complex and fascinating world of engineering.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 18m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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