Beginner-friendly computer science lessons based on Vaidehi Joshi's base.cs blog series, produced by CodeNewbie.
S9:E8 - "In the end, the code you take is equal to the code you make"
It is the end of the Base.cs series, so we answer some of your questions and take a look back at some of our favorite moments!
S9:E7 - "This way to translate is le-JIT"
This episode is going to make you want to dance the JIT-ter Bug.
S9:E6 - "Two translators, both alike in dignity"
What are you going to choose, compilation or interpretation?
S9:E5 - "Paring down our parse trees with AST"
We get into abstract syntax trees, (usually just referred to as an AST), which is really nothing more than a simplified, condensed version of a parse tree.
S9:E4 - "Confused about compilers?"
We phase into understanding compilers by getting into phase one of how compilers work: lexical analysis.
S9:E3 - "Parsing out parse trees"
What exactly is a the computer version of a “sentence”? And how do we go about diagramming it, exactly?
Very accessible introduction to CS basics
A great...er...byte-sized introduction to bits, bytes and binary in the first episode.
Saron asks the questions you've wanted to ask others about CS concepts and Vaidehi makes the explanation super accessible.
I can't wait to hear more from them - a must listen.
So glad to have this amazing series available as a podcast!