Solving problems – the problem resolution process

December 8, 2009

Before I start with the more technical stuff about programming I’d like to write about how to solve problems with a predefined algorithm (an algorithm is a set of instructions that are executed the same way as they are written to solve a problem). The step of solving a problem, the problem solving algorithm is:

1 – Determine the Purpose
2 – What are the Required Data
3 – Determine the Logic
4 – Create the Computer Program
5 – Test and Re-test

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Changing to Linux

December 7, 2009

For those of you who don’t know what Linux is here are some sources where you can read that up:

Linux on Wiki
Linux on Google

Most Linux’s disto’s are free. The best Linux distro for beginners in my opinion is Ubuntu because of it’s ease to use and because of the massive community where you can find answers to every question. If you think Ubuntu isn’t for you than there are other distro’s like Debian, Slackware, Madriva etc. There are a lot of them, so you might want to do a little bit of research before you decide.
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