Computer Hardware is the parts you can touch and feel. Some examples: The motherboard, power supply, RAM, ROM and the video card. This audience has an interest in working with computers, especially the software and hardware components! They may have a knack for managing or fixing hardware parts like a keyboard, data storage, and the motherboard. With their interest in computers, they may have a background in computer engineering.
Machines are only as good as we train them. Something you learn when practicing machine learning. People in this audience show an interest in computer science regarding around a computer's ability to learn on its own. They may show interest in Algorithmia, Artificial Intelligence, and the Singularity.
"A switch and a hub isn't the same thing, don't let your local electronics store tell you otherwise. Switch > hub." This audience has an interest in telecommunications, data networking, or communications equipment such as cell phones or smartphones. They may have a background in computer engineering or IT and may go to retailers like Best Buy or the Apple or Windows retail stores.
This audience is interested in learning more about computer programming through the .NET Framework, especially since it was developed by Microsoft. They are specifically interested in learning more about Framework Class Library and Common Language Runtime. People in this audience may also be interested in learning about other frameworks, like the .NET Compact Framework and .NET Micro Framework.
This audience enjoys computer programming. The language is general-purpose, object-oriented, so this audience may have interests in game or PC development and applications. It's used for Microsoft products, which this audience may have past exposure to the company.
People in this audience love computer programming! They have an interest in the general-purpose programming language, and may have past exposure in programming systems and embedded. This audience may have interests in working with companies like Windows and Intel, and organizations like the Free Software Foundation.
Individuals in this audience are interested in CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document.
People in this audience have a knack for object programming, especially programming involving web applications and websites. They may work with bytecode and the Java Virtual Machine. This audience may also work with other Java platforms like Java SE, Java SE, and Java ME.
People in this audience love website coding! They have an interest in plug-in applications for web browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. This audience may have interests in other programming languages like C++ and notepad applications like Windows Notepad.
This audience is interested in Angular, a way to build applications quickly and extensively for any deployment target, be it mobile, web, or desktop.
This audience is interested in learning more about creating apps for mobile devices. They may be checking out books such as Code Complete, Soft Skills and classes on websites such as Udacity.
People in this audience love web development! They may have a background in general-purpose programming language and HTML and an interest in embedded coding. This audience may be looking for other programs like Notepad ++, Brackets, and Sublime Text.
This audience has an interest in object-oriented, high-level computer programming. The program lets programmers write code in fewer lines, through a dynamic type system and automatic memory management than other languages like C ++ or Java, which might be other programs that interest people in this audience.
This audience is interested in learning more about computer programming through the Ruby programming language. They are interested in learning about Ruby's various elements, such as dynamic typing, duck typing, Interactive Ruby Shell, Matz's Ruby Interpreter, and RubyGem. People in this audience may also want to learn about Ruby's alternative implementations, such as JRuby, Rubinius, MacRuby, and IronRuby.