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Would you like to know how computers REALLY work “under the hood?”

What’s “under the hood” of your computer, smartphone, tablet,
and other smart devices.

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You might know how to program in a high-level language like JavaScript, Python, PHP, and so on, but do you know what’s happening at the machine level? Have you wondered what pointers and references actually are, or the difference between the stack and the heap, and for that matter, what a “stack overflow” is?

Would anyone be interested in a meetup seminar or two where I explain how your computer works “under the hood,” and maybe even walk you through a little programming at the chip level with hands-on exercises? Let me know.

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This is very interesting to me. However, I live in California not Florida. Is there any chance you might live stream this content?

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