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“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” Leonardo da Vinci

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“People learn by repeatedly digesting simple examples and developing an understanding of patterns out of them. I’ve also noticed that terminology can be very off-putting, so anytime there’s a hard-sounding concept, I give an easy-to-read explanation.” – R.Warburton – Java 8 Lambdas

“I have learned to distinguish carefully between ‘Free’ in the sense of Freedom and ‘free’ in the sense of price. Free software is software that users have the freedom to distribute and change. Some users may obtain copies at no charge, while others pay to obtain copies — and if the funds help support improving the software, so much the better…” – R. M. Stallman from the “GNU/Linux Manifesto”

“Input and output equipment, such as a mouse, gamepad, keyboard, monitor, printer, touch screen, and so on, seems to fall outside the processor and memory categories at first glance. However, abstractly speaking, they’re actually memory. A touch screen is read-only memory, and a printer is write-only memory.
The main task of the processor is to execute instructions. The effect of executing these instructions is that the memory is changed. Especially with my very broad definition of memory, every instruction a processor executes changes the memory in some way.” – Arjan Egger, “Building JavaScript Games”







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