Fibonacci Series in Java

Java code written to count and output the Fibonacci sequence.

// Algorithm for Adding Fibonacci Numbers

// @author www.mikestratton.net
public class Fibonacci
{

public static void main(String[] args)
{

int count = 20; // set the number of times the equation runs ** do not exceed 44
int x = 0; int y = 1; // set the initial values to be added
int fib = 0; //  fibonacci number

for (int i = 0; i <= count; i++)
{
fib = x + y;
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The Evolution of the Geek

Rarely, if ever, do I step outside of the realm of professional and/or educational resources when blogging on MikeStratton.net. That said, I feel that this blog is highly relevant as most believe that computer guys, those that work in the field of Information Technology and Software, are geeks.

The evolution of the geek has been great, indeed. As far as today’s standards are concerned, being a geek is a great way to make a living! That is of course. if you ...

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University of Illinois at Springfield – Computer Science Program

Acceptance into University of Illinois at Springfield Computer Science Program

If you had told me, 10 years ago, that I would be studying for a degree in computer science I would of laughed and replied that you were crazy. If you would have also told me that I would be studying at one of the best computer science programs in the country, I would have replied that you need to get off the drugs and seek professional help as you are ...

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Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Model

The Open Systems Interconnection Model

History of the Open Systems Interconnection Model

During the late 1970’s the ISO (http://www.iso.org) developed a theoretical model for networking hardware and software called the Open Systems Interconnection model. The Open Systems Interconnection model was derived, in part, from standards defined within the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET). The OSI model was implemented to address a need to allow multi-vendor interoperability of networking systems; for, the ARPANET was confined to the interconnection of systems within ...

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Good Database Design

Software Engineering & the Basics of Good Database Design

What are the basics of good database design? How does one go about effectively administering a database? How does database design relate to the creation, maintenance and scalability of software? This article will answer those questions and more, in an effort to help you understand the software development process.

Read the full, pdf version of this article: http://www.mikestratton.net/assets/database_design_process.pdf

Basics of Database Design

Although this article does briefly touch on the software development process, ...

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C# Version 5.0 Keywords

C# Version 5.0 Keywords

A full list of C# Version 5.0 keywords, including contextual keywords.

abstract
as
base
bool
break
byte
case
catch
char
checked
class
const
continue
decimal
default
delegate
do
double
else
enum
event
explicit
extern
false
finally
fixed
float
for
foreach
goto
if
implicit
in
int
interface
internal
is
lock
long
namespace
new
null
object
operator
out
override
params
private
protected
public
readonly
ref
return
sbyte
sealed
short
sizeof
stackalloc
static
string
struct
switch
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