Debugger software software used to help identify and

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Debugger Software – software used to help identify and solve programming problems 165. Alpha Test – includes both Desk Checking AND Debugging 166. Beta Testing – checking a program by running it with real world data 167. LISP – program language used primarily for creating artificial intelligence programs 168. JavaScript – is widely supported by web browsers and adds interactive functions to HTML pages 169. Prototype – limited working system, developed to test design 170. Parallel Implementation – old and new systems are operating side by side until the new system is proven reliable 171. Phased implementation – parts of the new system are implemented separately 172. Virtual Reality – computer generated reality – used in arcade games (example: flight simulators) 173. Charles Babbage – first to define concepts used in the modern computer (memory, programmable processor, output device, etc.) He called “Difference Engine in 1834” 174. Punch cards –used for early computers stored data for calculations and programs 175. Vacuum Tubes – 1 st generation computers used these to store individual bits of data 176. Transistors – 2 nd generation computers used these instead of vacuum tubes, smaller, cheaper and more reliable, also the beginning use of Operating Systems (2 nd generation) 177. Circuits – 3 rd generation – circuits were able to do the work of thousands of transistors or vacuum tubes on a single miniature chip 178. 4 th Generation computers – were microprocessor based, and much smaller, faster and cheaper than 3 rd generation computers. The first microprocessor was developed in 1971. 179. ENIAC – the first programmable electronic computer in the United States completed in 1945 and was designed to calculate trajectory tables for the US Army 180. UNIVAC – first commercially successful digital computer built in 1951, smaller and more powerful than ENIAC
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181. Apple Computer Corp. – founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, in 1976, released Apple I in the same year 182. Microsoft – founder Bill Gates 183. Lotus 1-2-3 – founder Mitchell David Kapor 184. Outsourcing – is using computer components or labor (hard drives, processors, memory, etc.) supplied by other companies 185. Off shoring – relocating business processes to lower cost locations in foreign countries 186. Vaporware – products that are announced but never produced 187. CIO (Chief Information Officer) – most Information Systems departments are managed by 188. System Analysts – plan and implement new or improved computer services 189. Database Administrators – create, maintain and supervise the day to day operation of databases 190. Job Search Agent – automated program that searches one or more employment databases and notifies you with matching criteria 191. DRM (Digital Rights Management) – a collection of technologies used to limit access and use copyrighted products such as music, movies, and computer games, used to prevent piracy 192. RSI (Repetitive Stress Injury) – affects tendons, muscles and nerves in the hands, wrists, arms and shoulders, by improper positioning of keyboard and mouse 193.
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