João Freitas

The following is a description of MIT’s free Computer Science (CS) course, which covers many topics ungraduates and graduates lack knowledge of, and are vital for real jobs.

MIT has a pragmatic course that covers proficiency with software tools. The idea is that you utilize these tools so often that they move past being a fact of the vocation to being a problem-solving technique. While my advice is that you should focus on theory and first principles at school, knowing these concepts can help you learn (and extend) the theory.

Here’s what would be in my course (you can see MIT’s here):

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