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Crash Course Computer Science video series

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17 April 2017



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Credit: Crash Course/YouTube

Crash Course is a video channel you can access through YouTube. Crash Course Computer Science is an ongoing playlist of fast-moving videos that begin with the most basic underpinnings of digital computing and progress from there.

If you are a complete novice, you’ll probably want to take them one at a time, watch each several times, and perhaps also supplement them with other sources, to make sure you understand each new concept.

If you’re already somewhat familiar with the subject, this is a great review!



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