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?
Love these women, love this podcast
Thank you! I learn so much from these discussions and in an accessible, memorable way. Keep it up!
Amazing intro to CS concepts!
The hosts have an amazing way of breaking down the fundamentals of computer science so that they are easy to understand. Also they are downright hilarious and so personable! Keep up the great work, we so appreciate it!
great great great, keep it coming
the hosts do a great job of explaining the concepts and providing context and asking counter-questions appropriate for a newbie, suggested sources to learn more about each topic would be great