anonymous
  • anonymous
im brand new to studyin computer science,is anyone else totally new to it?it would be good to have someone to compare notes with..
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
iam also new in computer science ve just took admission in CS and wz just vistin this iste as open souce . what kind of help u need ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup, brand spankin' new. i'm currently trying to figure out PS1...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Brand new too, how u liking it rhiana? all notes are on the course website

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anonymous
  • anonymous
im so new,ive just watched 2 lectures,did a lil with python..thats alll.so-wheres the course website with the notes-or do u mean the lecture notes.?im really not sure where to start...i never took algebra-i know i need that-so where to start..?lol-id love a study buddy or someone to guide me thru for a few weeks:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am right there with ya rhianablue ....its been a very long time sinceI've been in school , and I feel like I can do this so I am giving it a full effort, so far I've watched 2 lectures, did alot of reading and finished problem set 0. And I am almost to the point where it is starting to make sense to me>
anonymous
  • anonymous
im actually gonna go back to the 1st lecture-i was taking an english comp course-this is my last week of it,then its all computer science-im just desperate for a study buddy!haha
carlsmith
  • carlsmith
I'm about a year and half in to it now. The best advice I can offer so far is write some Python everyday. If you need any help with noobie stuff, let me know, I'd be happy to help wherever I can. Python really isn't hard to learn - it's some of the problems you try and solve that'll do you in, but that's the fun part. Before long you find complex bugs a really rewarding challenge. Assuming you sort them of course, otherwise it's just frustrating.

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