How Computers Work - P2

How Computers Work - P2

How Computers Work - P2

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If you work in the Technology industry or plan to, and don’t have an Electrical Engineering or Computer Science background, this ~100-minute course could be the most valuable training of your career.

Understanding how a computer works provides numerous advantages to the IT professional. For example:

* Familiarity with terminology and concepts that might otherwise be a complete enigma.
* Ability to communicate more effectively, gain credibility, and influence others.
* Improved technical program management capability.
* Career path options that might otherwise not be available.
* Technical understanding upon which additional knowledge can be built.

The fields of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science are incredibly broad and incredibly deep.

* The key to learning how a computer works quickly is to become familiar with just the right detail about just the right topics so you can understand what a computer actually does.

This training is comprehensive but requires no specific technical background.

* Part 1 is free so you can assess the content and determine if you want to learn more.
* Part 2 describes the Processor which provides the primary function of every computer and also introduces Software.

If you want to understand how a computer works quickly to gain a significant competitive advantage, you’ll want to complete this unique learning experience.

Who this course is for:

* The course is for students or Technology professionals without an Electrical Engineering or Computer Science background who want to understand how a computer actually works


* No pre-requisites are required. You will learn everything you need to know.

What you'll learn:

* Learn just enough about Electricity, Transistors, Logic Gates, and Binary Numbers to understand Processor Building Blocks (e.g. Clock, Cache, Controller).
* Learn Instruction Execution to understand what every Processor does and review the specifications of two example Processors.
* Learn what each Processor Building Block does to understand Instruction Execution which is the primary function of every computer.
* Learn what Software actually is and some of what it does as well as how to learn more about Software.

1. Agenda
2. Instructions - 1
3. Instructions - 2
4. Instructions - 3
5. Processor Examples
6. Software
7. Conclusion

Stanford graduate with a broad and extensive background in server Development.

Sound technical understanding of all aspects of computer hardware, firmware, and software.

Proven track record building and managing highly effective multi-disciplinary technical teams in Development organizations reporting at the Director and VP level.

Exemplary organizational and program management skills in technical and cross-functional settings.

Extensive Development experience that includes Memory technology, Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS), Process and Quality Management, Reliability and Quality Engineering.

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