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Learning Binary and Hexadecimal

, 24 Nov 2014 Apache
A beginner's guide to talking like a computer.



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Updates in content. Changes: 99
7 No 6-May-14 14:46 Available Jeremy Falcon
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6 No 24-Mar-13 19:00 Available Jeremy Falcon
Fixed an error in a binary table.
5 No 24-Mar-13 13:55 Available Jeremy Falcon
Updated tables.
4 No 24-Mar-13 13:29 Available Jeremy Falcon
Updated calculator shortcut keys.
3 No 24-Mar-13 13:20 Available Jeremy Falcon
Updated link to new downloadable file.
2 No 24-Mar-13 13:17 Available Jeremy Falcon
Made the article and PDF more fluid in its reading.
1 No 6-Mar-06 14:36 Available Smitha Vijayan


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About the Author

Jeremy Falcon
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
I've been in software development since 1994. Over the years I've learned quite a lot in what it takes to complete the process of pushing out a quality product to customers in a timely fashion. As most of my colleagues could attest, there have been many challenges in our new and growing field in the past couple of decades as the industry matures rapidly. Much more so than most others historically speaking.
As such, I've learned one of the best aspects of software engineering is embracing the change that inherently comes along with it as new technologies constantly emerge to help us improve our world one application at a time as we make sense of the overwhelming amount of data now prevalent in the Information Age.
We truly live in a time unlike that ever known to mankind in recorded history, and it is my hope to do my part to help it along to face the challenges and demands of tomorrow.

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