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Exploring Week 4 of CS50: Unraveling Computer Science Wonders

14 May 2024 3 minute read 0 comments LunaFey

Welcome back, fellow coders! Week 4 of our CS50 journey has been nothing short of exhilarating. From diving into the nitty-gritty of pixels to unraveling the mysteries of memory management, we've traversed through a landscape of foundati...

Navigating Week 3 of CS50: Exploring Algorithms and Sorting Strategies

9 May 2024 3 minute read 0 comments LunaFey

Welcome back to my journey through the CS50 Introduction to Computer Science course! Week 3 has been a fascinating exploration into the world of algorithms and sorting techniques. Let's delve into the key highlights and concepts that I've encountered...

Navigating Week 2 of CS50: Understanding Arrays and Cryptography

6 May 2024 1 minute read 4 comments LunaFey

Week 2 of my CS50 Introduction to Computer Science course was a deep dive into various programming concepts. From debugging to cryptography, the learning curve was steep but manageable. Among the topics covered, my exploration of arrays and strings s...

Week 1: Diving into C Programming: A Beginner's Adventure

29 Apr 2024 3 minute read 3 comments LunaFey

After my first week in this computer science course, I quickly realized the importance of establishing a strong foundation in programming concepts. Starting with Scratch, I familiarized myself with fundamental concepts that would later serve as build...

Embarking on a Journey: My First Lesson in CS50's Introduction to Computer Science

25 Apr 2024 2 minute read 0 comments LunaFey

As I sat down to begin my journey into the world of computer science through the CS50 Introduction to Computer Science course, excitement and anticipation filled me. This blog recounts my experiences and learnings from the first lesson, highlighting...

How to use Cloudflare with Pfsense

21 Mar 2024 1 minute read 0 comments powersjo

Recently, I tried to use Cloudflare with Pfsense. I used the IP addresses 1.1.1.3 and 1.0.0.3. Those IP addresses are meant to use DNS to block malware and adult content sites. I ran into an issue getting the content blocking to work and wanted to sh...

PowerShell script with Robocopy

18 Feb 2024 2 minute read 0 comments powersjo

While working on my media server, see more about that here, I came across a repetitive task where code could help. The issue: as you move content to your media server it gets repetitive with any TV show. Jellyfin likes a certain format to ingest the...

Host your own media server

10 Jan 2024 2 minute read 1 comment powersjo

Every media / tech company has their own streaming service now. The big, old school TV companies have caught on and offered their own streaming services. Now, you can watch anything you want on your smart device. You only have to pay $5.99 a month fo...

5 Modern Day Computer Viruses

4 Nov 2023 5 minute read 2 comments Investigator515

We usually look at historical viruses, today is something different In our earlier historical articles about computer worms and viruses we’ve taken a historical approach, highlighting variants that were often built by students, researchers or people...

Sequential logic - how computer "remembers"

16 Oct 2023 8 minute read 1 comment fmiren

Introduction Sequential logic is an important building block for finite state machines used in all digital circuitry. They are essential in understanding of how computer memory works, how data is stored and read in a computer. In this article we’ll l...