During the past, business sales, operating expenses and receivables were noted by accountants with ledgers; remember those days? If this wasn’t arduous enough, accountants had to ensure that every one of the numbers tallied. Luckily, such stressful energy is not anymore needed as technologies have grown to such an extent that data can already be managed more rapidly on computer-based software programs.
Quantum computers are the next generation in computing, and they will raise the bar so incredibly high, it will be hard just to adapt to their computing power. A quantum computer relies on the intriguing and hard to comprehend phenomena in quantum mechanics, and uses qubits instead of bits. Why is this going to rock our world? Well…
How The World Wide Web Was Born:
While working at CERN as a software engineer in 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. CERN is a large particle physics laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland where many scientists participate in experiments around the world. These scientists were eager to exchange data and results but were having difficulties doing so due to the distance. Berners-Lee describes the creation of the world wide web a an act of desperation. Most of the technology that is involved in the world wide web was already present, such as hypertext and the internet. Berners-Lee just linked them together into a lager imaginary documentation system-a web. He combined hypertext with the internet and connected that with the Transmission Control Protocol and domain name system; thus giving birth to to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).