Cara Bradley

Welcome to my starter portfolio site for Computer Science 110: Computing With Mobile Phones

Reflections

Blown to Bits: Chapter 5

1. In what ways do national security and individual privacy sometimes conflict? National security and individual privacy can conflict when…

Lesson 7.5: DNS App Activity

1. What is DNS and how does it work? How does DNS help you connect to a web server like…

Lesson 7.4

(POGIL Activity 1) How does the geographical distance between the source and destination hosts on a network affect latency? The…

Lesson 7.2

1. What is bandwidth? What do you think affects the differences in bandwidth globally as well as in different locations…

Lesson 6.6

1. By using the PUSH feature, we have greatly reduced the likelihood of a race condition – the possibility that…

Lesson 6.4

1. Choose one of the data sets listed above in the Activity section or one that you find on your…

Lesson 6.5: Clicker App with TinyWebDB

1. Describe and give an example of the difference between synchronous and asynchronous data operations. Synchronous data operations take place…

Lesson 6.3

1. Describe your solution for the first project that added scoring. Why was an extra list necessary? Provide a screenshot…

Lesson 4.11 BB

Is it possible to identify someone, perhaps a patient, knowing just the gender, birth date, and zip code? Why or…

Lesson 6.2

1. Describe the significance of the global variable index. How is indexing used with lists in this app? The index…

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