I have taken few free online courses on these sites and I find them very useful in my development of Computer Science knowledge and web development skills.
If you are a passionate software developer like me, you would find a bunch of courses that interest you. Then, your real issue is to juggle the time slots in your schedule to fit in all of them. Sounds like a discrete optimization problem to me (still thinking in terms of Computer Science).
Taken from Roger Tang’s facebook post, I have put the useful Android links here:
Finally completed all programming exercises and review questions of Machine Learning Course taught by Prof. Andrew Ng of Stanford University
I am not an official Stanford student so I am grateful that I could receive Stanford Education in the past three months for free. If Stanford offers advanced Machine Learning or Machine Learning II, I will clear my schedule and enroll into it.
Link: Machine Learning
I will write another post after receiving a signed statement of accomplishment from Prof. Ng.
A good start in the second last week of July.
Thanks Professor Ng.
Great news, 10gen will offer a new MongoDB course this August and it will be taught by the marvelous Andrew Erlichson and his teaching staff.
- M101JS: MongoDB for Node.js Developers
Resources on MongoDB and Node.js
Not getting enough of MongoDB, I also registered M101J and M102 offered in July.
- M101J: MongoDB for Java Developers
- M102: MongoDB for DBAs
I am going to be super busy this summer but I will enjoy every moment of it.
Did I mention that the courses are free?
What are you waiting for? Come join me!!!!
I will take the following courses offered by Coursera in July:
- Competitive Strategy by Tobias Kretschmer (link)
- Coding the Matrix: Linear Algebra through Computer Science Applications by Philip Klein (link)
- Maps and the Geospatial Revolution by Dr. Anthony C. Robinson (link)
Hopefully I can complete all of them successfully and earn statement of accomplishment.
Wish me luck!!!!
Title: Taking Mongo DB for Developers
Instructor: Andrew Erlichson
Start Date: June 17, 2013
Duration: 6 weeks
Prerequisite: Knowledge of programming language supported by Mongo
- Python 2.7
- PyMongo – Python driver for MongoDB
- Bottle framework 0.11 stable release