Years ago, I attended a class on Cognitive Intervention. I remember on the wall just to the right of where I sat was a sign that read "The hardest and most important lesson in life to learn is to do that which is necessary, even when it is unpleasant and uncomfortable". Simple enough right? I remember thinking to myself how unnecessary this was. I mean, it's just some pithy statement... read more
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Though not exactly a new concept, archetypes were perhaps best defined by Carl Jung, a Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist, and once pupil of Sigmund Freud. Ask a thousand people to describe something and you will get a thousand different responses, depending on the experiences and beliefs of the individual. The interpretation of God, for instance, will vary from person to person and at no... read more
What Are Variables? Essentially we can think of variables in computer memory as boxes sitting on a shelf. With boxes we can put things in and take them out again, or we can just look inside a box and see if anything is there. The same goes for variables; we place data in them and can take it out or look at it, as required. Although all data in a computer is effectively the same... read more
How can I learn programming? (answer)
"Java is the foundation for virtually every type of networked application and is the global standard for developing and delivering mobile applications, games, Web-based content, and enterprise software. With more than 9 million developers worldwide, Java enables you to efficiently develop,...