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The XBOX was released in 2001 (almost parallel to Windows XP). This was actually Microsoft's first attempt at breaking into the gaming market. The Xbox was a sixth generation console, and came up against fierce competition from the other sixth generation consoles such as Sony's PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube. However, the XBOX did have one thing going for it: it was graphically more powerful than its rivals.

The whole point of FFR is to discuss the technology and document its UI, and that is exactly what I hope to do in this video. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. The reason I'm making this stuff is that I would have loved to see this stuff as a kid and so while this is not targeted at children I hope to educate those who didn't get to experience the console first hand.

Video INDEX:
00:00 - Introduction
01:03 - Theme Tune
01:27 - Microsoft & Context
03:48 - A short history of the XBOX
05:40 - Tech Specs
08:23 - UI/UX Documentation
11:27 - Final words
12:01 - End cards

If you have any suggestions as to what I should cover next, leave a comment down below and I may feature it in the next video.

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Xbox Launch Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLOvOcQbpC0
DirectX Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYvhXkffm7g
Xbox Credits: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZHK-9_0PNc
Xbox Dashboard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm6XchTak40

GhostCode (2018)
Subs on upload: 40
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Have you ever wondered about the history of Nintendo's 'Super Mario'? Have you wanted to know how he became one of the biggest names in gaming? Well, you have come to the right place! This five part documentary will take you on a trip through Super Mario's past using the C0-D3 time portal. Don't worry, it's perfectly safe! So, take a step through the portal and reach through time to learn about Nintendo's poster boi!

In this episode, we will be looking at the beginning of Mario: his inception in Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. We need to do this in order to understand where Mario came from; we need to see his first games. This is a very crucial part of the time-line, don't you think?

View the other episodes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMbrtcSwP5dlQcEmIHWcXSFpLYwPVUZws

Video INDEX:
00:00 - Opening words
01:35 - Theme Tune
02:06 - Out of the portal
02:33 - Introduction to 1981
03:03 - The first game to ever feature Mario
11:00 - 1983: Mario Bros.
14:33 - Back home & outro
15:15 - End cards

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public class WhatCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("Did you know: Mario was originally going to be called 'Jumpman', but Nintendo changed his name to be in likeness of Mario Segale, the landlord of the original office space of Nintendo of America.");
}
}

This is a really quick video. I didn't have time to make a full video because I wanted to get this out. Yes, there will be an upload on Saturday! Don't worry. I has a big one planned for Saturday. I hope someone finds it good. Anyway, enjoy this surprise upload!

Links:
WinFile source code: https://github.com/Microsoft/winfile
7-Zip: https://www.7-zip.org
Visual Studio: https://www.visualstudio.com

My pre-built WinFile.exe file: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tiLdIVZwIDI9XBxskTOfcrDNVh88M-xd

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* GhostCode (2018)
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public class GhostCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("Old Software");
}
}

Before a piece of software can be built, it should be designed first. In this video, I discuss one of the more important factors that should be considered during program design and development: the end user. These are the people who, at the end of the day, will ultimately be using your software. Therefore, I have come up with an acronym to help you when designing your software: USER.

U - usable
S - stable
E - economical
R - reliable

This should help you when creating a program. If you would like me to go more in depth with this topic (program design) let me know in the comments. I plan to do a video maybe on algorithm design (such as flowcharts) and UI design. If this becomes popular I might, if not I'll probably just do it anyway because barely anyone watches or responds to my videos and thus I've nothing to lose by doing whatever I want. I might make another FFR video? Who knows? Only time will tell.

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* GhostCode (2018)
* Subs on upload: 38
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public class WhatCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("Design is an important part of software engineering");
}
}

Are you experiencing startup or shutdown issues on your Windows PC? Well, maybe this tutorial can help you in your path to diagnosing your issues. I cannot promise that this is a catch all fix, but hopefully if you are experiencing a slow boot or shutdown this can help you track where this is coming from. If you have an major issues, try shooting your question in the comments below and I'll try to help. Please remember: I'm not a tech support expert nor am I a Microsoft Certified Engineer so I won't be able to fix everything.

WARNING: this tutorial makes uses of registry edits which, if done incorrectly can cause catastrophic failure to your PC along with data loss and potentially hardware damage. I am not responsible for anything you do as a result of this video. Please take caution when following the instructions of this video and type everything precisely with no errors. Failure to do so can cause loss. Thank you for taking time to observe this message.

Copy and paste link for registry:
Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

Links from the video:
Original Verbose Mode video: https://youtu.be/Qus2IeOoMVI
VerboseMode.exe: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RFXoO3Y-OQgg42QgWNqS62AmK1m8YGoj
Microsoft's help forum: https://answers.microsoft.com/

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Sorry for the drop in quality in these videos. Next week's video will be about program design, and I will try my best to bring the quality bacc e.g. less audio errors and better speech!

Visual programming is a really easy paradigm to pick up. It's not great for larger projects though, as you'll find out if you watch this video. This paradigm is really basic, so this is a short video. Hope you find (or found) it interesting regardless. This may be the last video in this series, or I might continue it. There are loads of different paradigms but a lot of them are insignificant. However if there is a demand for it I shall continue. For now, this is the end!

A programming paradigm is the fundamental principle of how a language works. In this series I aim to discuss the properties of some of these paradigms and educate you, the viewer about them. If you find this series helpful, let me know in the comments below and leave a like. It really helps. A sub wouldn't be too bad either. Thanks...

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* Music: YouTube Music Library: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
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* GhostCode (2018)
* Subs on upload: 36
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public class WhatCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind");
}
}

Sorry for all the awful broken sentences!

Event driven programming is more common than you think. It appears in Video Games, UI, and is often mixed in with other paradigms (most commonly OOP). If I got something wrong or missed something essential then let me know in the comments.

A programming paradigm is the fundamental principle of how a language works. In this series I aim to discuss the properties of some of these paradigms and educate you, the viewer about them. If you find this series helpful, let me know in the comments below and leave a like. It really helps. A sub wouldn't be too bad either. Thanks...

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* GhostCode (2018)
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public class WhatCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("I need to get a better microphone with a pop filter on it...");
}
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Imperative programming is the OG way of programming for most of the languages we use today. Often referred to as 'Procedural' programming or even 'Do this/Do that' programming. However, there are some differences between the imperative and procedural programming paradigms. In this video I discuss both in broad detail, as I could not find much more than this in my research. If I got something wrong or missed something essential then let me know in the comments.

A programming paradigm is the fundamental principle of how a language works. In this series I aim to discuss the properties of some of these paradigms and educate you, the viewer about them. If you find this series helpful, let me know in the comments below and leave a like. It really helps. A sub wouldn't be too bad either. Thanks...

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* GhostCode (2018)
* Subs on upload: 26
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public class WhatCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("This can also be referred to as 'Do this/Do that' programming.");
}
}

In this video, I will be discussing the concepts and basic workings of object oriented programming. This is probably the most useful and powerful programming paradigm.

The OOP concept is used in a lot of different languages, among the most popular being Java, C#, C++ and Objective C. OOP can be found everywhere, and is quite an extension of the procedural programming concept.

A programming paradigm is the fundamental structure of a programming language. The point of this series to help you learn about which paradigm is best for you, from starting to learn programming logic to working on large projects. Hope it helps.

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/*
* GhostCode (2018)
* Subs on upload: 26
*/

public class WhatCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("Object Oriented Programming is the best!");
}
}

In this video, I will be discussing the concepts and basic workings of object oriented programming. This is probably the most useful and powerful programming paradigm.

The OOP concept is used in a lot of different languages, among the most popular being Java, C#, C++ and Objective C. OOP can be found everywhere, and is quite an extension of the procedural programming concept.

A programming paradigm is the fundamental structure of a programming language. The point of this series to help you learn about which paradigm is best for you, from starting to learn programming logic to working on large projects. Hope it helps.

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* GhostCode (2018)
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public class WhatCode {
public static void main(String[] args) {
System.out.println("Object Oriented Programming is the best!");
}
}

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YouTube is failing.

That's why I've started this channel here as a backup. I will be reposting my content from YouTube here.

I'm a software developer, and technology enthusiast. This channel aims to provide you with interesting computer science stuff.

As for an upload schedule, I aim to upload once a week. However, I'm not great at sticking at this so if I don't upload one week then don't worry.

Anyway, hope you decide to subscribe and follow me on my blog (https://ghostcodebuilds.wordpress.com/) or Twitter (https://twitter.com/ghostcodedev).