How to make computer science courses that teach you about the world, but don’t suck
Posted April 14, 2019 11:19:21Computer science courses can teach you a lot about the human condition, but they also often teach you little about the nature of computers.
That’s what I want to show you with Computer Science 101.
The first three parts of this series are the first in a series of computer science tutorials that show you how to make a computer science course that is actually a series about computers, but that actually makes sense.
If you want to be a computer scientist, you need to be aware of what computers are, how they work, and how they can be improved.
The first part of Computer Science 201 will take you through a tutorial that shows you how computer science is written and how it is taught in schools.
It also shows you that computers have the potential to be used for a range of useful things, from making medicine to controlling drones.
In the second part of the series, Computer Science 202, you’ll learn how to write computer science code, including how to use algorithms to build a program that takes in information and produces output.
The third part of this tutorial series, called Computer Science 203, will show you some of the more exciting aspects of computer programming.
Finally, Computer Skills 202 will give you a brief overview of the theory and techniques that are needed to program computers.
These tutorials will give a real-world example of how computer programming can be used to build amazing computer programs.
You can read the rest of Computer Sciences 101 in one week, or take a look at the first two tutorials in the series below.