Bits & Code

About Bits & Code

Welcome to Bits & Code – a new website dedicated to bringing you the best tutorials on computer science, computer engineering, and programming!

Bits & Code publishes insightful and easy-to-understand articles about topics related to computers. Since more people are beginning to interact with computers on a daily basis, it's not enough to discuss the technical questions that raises, also the ethical questions need to be considered.

My name is Christoffer Kaltenbrunner. I study Computer Science and Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology in Göteborg, Sweden. I believe that knowledge should be free for everyone to access.

That's why I started Bits & Code.

My ambition is to publish definitive and up-to-date introductions and tutorials on computer engineering, functional programming, data structures and algorithms, as well as ethical discussions on technology. I want Bits & Code to be a great resource for undergraduate students, high school students, and anyone interested in computers and programming.

Since 2019, I've been working as a teacher assistant at Chalmers for courses in computer engineering, object oriented programming, and machine oriented programming. I've seen that many students struggle with the same things. This website is an attempt to explain these concepts in an informative and interesting way using illustrations, animations and well-written text.


If not otherwise stated, all articles are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

That means that you are free to redistribute, remix, transform, or build upon the content, even commercially, as long as you give appropriate credit (name of the creator, a license notice, and link back to the source), provide a link to the license, indicate if changes were made, and distribute your contributions under the same license as the original.

If you build upon my work, please let me know -- I might merge it with the source.