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[course_title] course is a beginner level course that covers the concepts and principles of computer science and the art of programming. You will learn to think algorithmically and to solve problems efficiently in the course.

The course is split into two sections: one section deals with the concepts of computer science where another deal with the programming language. In the computer science related area, you will explore abstraction, algorithms, data structures, encapsulation, resource management, security, software engineering, and web development. In language section, the course covers C, PHP, and JavaScript plus SQL, CSS, and HTML languages.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Harvard University

Course Curriculum

Chapter 1
How Computers Work 01:23:00
The Scott CPU 00:21:00
Logic Gates with Dominoes 00:19:00
Hardware 01:38:00
Hardware, Continued 01:43:00
HDD vs SSD – What is the difference? 00:03:00
Binary 00:08:00
Supplementary Resources 00:10:00
ASCII 01:18:00
ASCII 00:08:00
The Programming Process 00:08:00
Pseudocode 00:48:00
Scratch 00:06:00
Walkthroughs 00:03:00
Syntax 02:10:00
Variables 00:13:00
Data Types 00:14:00
Modern Marvels 00:54:00
Operators 00:12:00
Boolean Expressions 00:12:00
Boolean Values 00:06:00
Conditional Statements 00:09:00
Loops 00:09:00
Loops (Short) 00:09:00
Chapter 2
Compiling 00:07:00
Comparing C to Machine Language 00:10:00
Functions 00:20:00
Functions (Short) 00:07:00
Return Values (Short) 00:04:00
Functions Part 1 00:03:00
Functions Part 2 00:03:00
Arrays and Strings 01:50:00
Arrays 00:14:00
Arrays (Short) 00:10:00
Strings (Short) 00:02:00
Command-Line Interaction 00:18:00
Command-Line Arguments 00:08:00
Command-line interaction (Short) 00:07:00
Typecasting (short) 00:07:00
Typecasting Part 1 00:03:00
Typecasting Part 2 00:02:00
Chapter 3
Linear Search 01:26:00
Linear Search 00:03:00
Linear Search (Short) 00:03:00
Sorting 00:05:00
Bubble Sort 00:06:00
Bubble Sort (Short) 00:06:00
Selection Sort 00:04:00
Selection Sort (Short) 00:09:00
Insertion Sort 00:04:00
Insertion Sort (Short) 00:09:00
Binary Search 00:09:00
Binary Search (Short) 00:12:00
Asymptotic Notation (Short) 00:09:00
The Halting Problem 00:08:00
Undecidable Problems 00:06:00
Chapter 4
Structures and Encapsulation 01:35:00
Structures 00:08:00
Structures (Short) 00:14:00
Structs-0 00:05:00
Structs-1 00:04:00
Recursion 01:25:00
Recursion 00:14:00
Recursion (Short) 00:09:00
Sigma 00:03:00
Sigma-1 00:02:00
Merge Sort 01:25:00
Merge Sort 00:12:00
Hexadecimal 01:51:00
Hexadecimal 00:09:00
Hexadecimal Number System 00:07:00
Binary to Hexadecimal 00:05:00
File I/O 00:18:00
File I/O 00:11:00
Scanf – 1 00:00:00
Scanf – 2 00:02:00
Scanf-3 00:02:00
Version Control and Collaboration 00:38:00
Version Control and Collaboration 00:03:00
Chapter 5
Internet Basics 01:34:00
Internet Primer 00:20:00
Warriors of the Net HD 00:13:00
IP 00:15:00
TCP 00:09:00
HTTP 00:15:00
Trust Models 00:57:00
HTML 00:21:00
HTML (Short) 00:07:00
Hello, HTML 00:06:00
Headings 00:01:00
Image 00:02:00
link 00:02:00
list 00:02:00
CSS (Short) 00:10:00
CSS-0 00:05:00
CSS-1 00:03:00
CSS-2 00:02:00
Chapter 6
Python 02:12:00
Python 00:39:00
Flask 00:17:00
SQL 01:51:00
SQL 00:23:00
SQL (Short) 00:11:00
MVC 00:12:00
JavaScript 01:43:00
JavaScript 00:18:00
DOM 00:20:00
Dom-0 00:02:00
Dom -1 00:04:00
Dom-2 00:03:00
Ajax 01:43:00
Ajax 00:13:00
AJEX-0 00:03:00
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 01:22:00
Introduction to AI 00:01:00
Recommender Systems 00:14:00
Self-Driving Cars 00:15:00
Computer Vision and Machine Learning 01:00:00
Virtual and Augmented Reality 00:41:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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