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#1 aeddington


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Posted 29 August 2006 - 10:12 PM

As a beginning 'computer enthusiast, 'ive heard about hackers,cryptographers(Ex.Adi Shamir.),and software engineering.Each of them seemed to have their own peculiar 'specialization' related their field,of course.What do most people had in mind,or mean exactly when they mention 'Hacker,(Good,or bad ones.),cryptographer,software engineering and the likes?Are they really "good mathematically"(Just like the N.S.A. mathematicians.) so as to composed a program,or an 'anti-virusprogram? Please explain.


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Edited by Scarlett, 30 August 2006 - 07:25 AM.

"Computer Age," a world where machines strives to perfection.Can the human mind accomplished
what has nature given us? No! There will always a 'limitation' of human achievement be it in science,philosophy,scientific technological invention,or in the field of 'immotalized mathematical world.[size=5]

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