• anonymous
Is there anywhere i can look for lecture notes? I am looking for any kind of introduction to object oriented programming in computer science :S and im not a student of MIT :s
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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  • schrodinger
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  • vaboro when you go to a particular lecture you will see a tab named "Transcript". These are the notes. Cheers!
  • carlsmith
There's a link here to the How to Think Like a Computer Scientist stuff. You can download the books free, they're open source and there's one for Python, one for Java and there appears to be one for learning with C++ now as well. These books are a good start.

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