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Our university labs still use computers with 512mb ram, celeron processor for programming and networking courses. Even worse some of the mouse/keyboards/monitors not working and we occasionally have to do exam on those machines ...

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    @jlave215 Hanoi University, Vietnam
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    @KnightsOfCode So if you mean scratch at scratch.mit.edu, I'm not that sure if Adobe's Flash Player runs with 128 MB... I mean, there also needs to be a web browser and a OS.
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    @KnightsOfCode asm
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    That sounds awesome and horrifying at the same time.
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    Low amounts of memory and CPU force you to optimize and conserve resources. Both are absolutely important in programming.
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