Access to the series is completely free, if you have found it useful we would really appreciate it if you could let people know about the project.
If there is a term you would like me to cover please drop us an email.
We should give fair warning – this project hasn't seen much love since we started the transition to working for ourselves. This is something we are passionate about but we need to get our house in order before adding too many more updates to it!
If you're based in or can get to London we are happy to recommend attending the CS Noobs meetups. Talks at these meetups are aimed at folk who want to understand things a bit better but have no formal education in the topic.
- Compilers - Let's understand compilers a bit better Let's learn about Compilers, what they are and how they work
- Abstract Syntax Trees Let's learn about Abstract Syntax Trees, what they are and why we need them
- API - Application Programming Interface. APIs explained simply The term API described in really simple terms. You don't need a Computer Science degree to understand
- Rust (explained simply) The Rust programming language described in really simple terms
- S3 – A guide to Simple Storage Service from Amazon. S3 described in really simple terms. By the end of this guide you should understand what S3 is and why we use it
- Recursion Explained in simple terms Recursion described in really simple terms, this guide assumes no knowledge of computer science topics and by the end of it you should understand recursion
- Introducing Simple CS Introducing a project to explain computer science concepts in an easy to understand way
- CSS - Cascading Style Sheets - Understanding CSS CSS described in really simple terms. This article assumes no prior knowledge and by the end of it you should understand what CSS means