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Computer Science 101: Master the Theory Behind Programming

22,807 Enrolled Students

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beginner
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1 year
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Computer Science 101: Master the Theory Behind Programming

22,807 Enrolled Students

What you'll learn

  • Understand the Fundamental Theories of Algorithm Analysis
  • Be able to Compare Various Algorithms
  • Understand When to use Different Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Understand the Fundamentals of Computer Science theory
  • Understand the Core Sorting Algorithms

Requirements

  • A Willingness to Learn New Topics!
  • No Prior Experience or Knowledge is Needed!

Description

Master the Theory to Becoming a Good Programmer! 

If you're looking to learn the theory that makes great programmers, you've come to the right place! This course is perfect for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals to Computer Science Theory.

No Previous Experience Necessary! 

Computer science and technology are often thought of as things only for "analytical minds". I believe however that technology and it's theory are for everyone. So I designed this course to teach each topic in a variety of easy to digest ways. Through these multiple reinforcing steps, I believe anyone can follow along and succeed!

Why is the Theory of Programming Important? 

Understanding Computer Science theory is what sets apart Great programmers from average ones. Programming theory is something that transcends a single programming language. It gives you skills and techniques you can apply to any programming language you touch. Learning the theory behind programming is just as important, if not more important than learning a singular programming language like Java or C++.

Programming is all about problem solving. Analyzing a problem, and being able to figure out a way that a computer can help with that problem. Computer Science is the practice of this analysis process. It goes over the techniques and knowledge necessary to design efficient and sustainable code.

So if you want to begin setting yourself apart from the average programmers, this is the course for you!

Enroll Now and you'll Learn: 

  • Binary Number System
  • N Notation
  • Big O Notation
  • How to Analyze a Program
  • Arrays and their Advantages
  • Nodes and their Importance
  • Linked Lists and their Advantages and Implementations
  • Stacks implemented with Arrays and Linked Lists
  • Queues Implemented with Arrays and Linked Lists
  • Various Sorting Algorithms and Their Comparisions
  • Trees and Binary Search Trees
  • And Much Much More!

My Guarantee

I am so confident you will enjoy this course, I offer a 100% 30-day money-back guarantee through Udemy. If you are not happy with your purchase, I have no problem with giving your money back!

Are You Ready to Get Started? 

I will be waiting for you inside the course!

Remember, this is an online course, so you can take it at your own pace. Are you busy right now? That's okay. Enroll today, and take the course at your own pace.

Thanks so much for your interest in this Computer Science 101 Course!

See you inside!

Kurt

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to become a Good Programmer
  • Anyone interested in the Computer Science Discipline
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to problem solve like a Computer Scientist

Instructors

About the instructor

Kurt Anderson

I am a self-taught multi-media designer and computer scientist who has helped bring the creative vision of clients all around the world to life. Having 8+ years of experience in the Adobe Production Suite has given me a strong tool-set to create anything from videos to websites. Along with this, having a degree in Computer Science has given me a strong analytical mind for dealing with complex problems. Through these two disciplines I create a unique blend of efficiency and creativity. I believe anyone can become a designer or programmer. All it takes is practice.

I am also a world traveler and have lived in and learned from many different countries. During a 6 month stay in Japan, I became fascinated with their people’s drive and craftsmanship. I try to incorporate that same level of energy, passion and detail-oriented work as much as possible in to my own life.

Being self-taught in many of my endeavors, I know how important it is to have high quality content. I learned most of my Adobe skills through countless hours of YouTube videos by the greats like FreddieW and Andrew Kramer. I decided to start giving back to the community that helped me so much, and created my YouTube Channel, AdobeMasters. Through this YouTube channel, I am able to create tutorials for anyone who wants to teach themselves these amazing products, just like I wanted to so many years ago.

This is only the beginning. I want to continue expanding my network  and providing more world-class skill building resources to anyone who wants it. I know I can help you learn the skills you want as fast and efficiently as possible.

So why not start now? Your dreams won’t get any closer by just thinking about them, take the plunge and I will help guide you to success.

See you soon!

Kurt

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What you’ll learn

  • Understand the Fundamental Theories of Algorithm Analysis
  • Be able to Compare Various Algorithms
  • Understand When to use Different Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Understand the Fundamentals of Computer Science theory
  • Understand the Core Sorting Algorithms

Requirements

  • A Willingness to Learn New Topics!
  • No Prior Experience or Knowledge is Needed!

Description

Master the Theory to Becoming a Good Programmer! 

If you’re looking to learn the theory that makes great programmers, you’ve come to the right place! This course is perfect for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals to Computer Science Theory.

No Previous Experience Necessary! 

Computer science and technology are often thought of as things only for “analytical minds”. I believe however that technology and it’s theory are for everyone. So I designed this course to teach each topic in a variety of easy to digest ways. Through these multiple reinforcing steps, I believe anyone can follow along and succeed!

Why is the Theory of Programming Important? 

Understanding Computer Science theory is what sets apart Great programmers from average ones. Programming theory is something that transcends a single programming language. It gives you skills and techniques you can apply to any programming language you touch. Learning the theory behind programming is just as important, if not more important than learning a singular programming language like Java or C++.

Programming is all about problem solving. Analyzing a problem, and being able to figure out a way that a computer can help with that problem. Computer Science is the practice of this analysis process. It goes over the techniques and knowledge necessary to design efficient and sustainable code.

So if you want to begin setting yourself apart from the average programmers, this is the course for you!

Enroll Now and you’ll Learn: 

  • Binary Number System
  • N Notation
  • Big O Notation
  • How to Analyze a Program
  • Arrays and their Advantages
  • Nodes and their Importance
  • Linked Lists and their Advantages and Implementations
  • Stacks implemented with Arrays and Linked Lists
  • Queues Implemented with Arrays and Linked Lists
  • Various Sorting Algorithms and Their Comparisions
  • Trees and Binary Search Trees
  • And Much Much More!

My Guarantee

I am so confident you will enjoy this course, I offer a 100% 30-day money-back guarantee through Udemy. If you are not happy with your purchase, I have no problem with giving your money back!

Are You Ready to Get Started? 

I will be waiting for you inside the course!

Remember, this is an online course, so you can take it at your own pace. Are you busy right now? That’s okay. Enroll today, and take the course at your own pace.

Thanks so much for your interest in this Computer Science 101 Course!

See you inside!

Kurt

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to become a Good Programmer
  • Anyone interested in the Computer Science Discipline
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to problem solve like a Computer Scientist