Learn to Code with Harvard’s Intro to Computer Science Course And Other Free Tech Classes I’ll confess, when it comes to computers, I’m pretty much strictly a user. And these days, with the potential freedom and creatively afforded by open access software, the endless hacks for virtually everything, and the availability of free online computer classes, that seems like kind of a lame admission. So I’m tempted to rectify my programming ignorance by pushing through what promises to be a rigorous intro to computer science, CS50, Harvard’s introductory course for both majors and non-majors alike.
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50 Things a Geek Should Know (Apparently) Not only is geek culture a lot more popular these days, in some circles it’s even a competition. We’ll entertain the notion, but I suggest we ignore the more elitist, aggressive tones. Let’s instead share and embrace the geekery! Here, we have 50 geeky things, how many of them do you know? How many did you know? I got 22, narrowly escaping the hipster dig there.
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