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*Music* Technology drives what we do. How we function utilize everything from handheld devices to our home or an airplane. It changes rapidly and so do we. By integrating electronic engineering with computer sciences we’re molding today’s researchers designers and developers into tomorrow’s computer hardware engineers. The careers available to us are vast. Tech firms,

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– Hey Sharers, where’s goin’ on? Welcome back to my channel, as you guys can see, the house is absolutely, absolutely destroyed. (dramatic horns) And the pond monster stuff is going crazy. But we are slowly picking up the stuff and getting our house back together, so shortly, our house will be no longer destroyed.

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(upbeat electronic music) – Hey, my name’s Harry Melsop. I’m from Auckland, New Zealand. I’m a freshman here at Stanford, studying computer science and economics. When I’m not in class, I enjoy riding my bike, hanging out with friends, and working on side projects. (upbeat electronic music) Typical day here at Stanford starts probably about

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Kia Ora, I’m Tash. I am a year two student doing [a] Bachelor of Computing Systems here at Unitec. We have a lot of practical in our courses compared to other Institutes. It’s just like building that foundation, So when you learn it… it’s like learning a language. You learn the basics and then you’re

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How might quantum computers destroy computer security? By utilizing Shor’s algorithm. [MUSIC PLAYING] Last week, we made a ton of progress toward our goal of hacking into an encrypted message. Remember, popular forms of cryptography work by multiplying together two large prime numbers and using those primes as keys to recover the message. So to

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[A video game that teaches you how to code] What I love and what I’m passionate about is finding better ways of teaching programming — especially to kids. I really love this term “chocolate-covered broccoli” and I think that’s what educational video games have been up until now — I mean it really has been

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thank you so much for coming on a gorgeous sunny morning this is the Maryland computing education summit at UMBC I’m tweeting live so if everybody could just wave wave for me twitter rules excellent, excellent technology is hip on this campus and the Maryland Department of Education likes that we are making computer science

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Anna: Taking this class, it’s really just been, diving in head first into the computer science world. Sean: You have a lot of freedom to explore what you want to do. My project is a story app. Sean: We made a game and an app to help the environment. Makena: So, my app is called

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>>Jorgette Grosso: I like the fact that it was a challenge. That’s what I liked most about it. It’s common — it’s very common actually for me to be here late at night, 10:00 at night, 11:00. I’m very okay with it. For some reason, I don’t know why, I like to torture myself. [Background

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