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I'll link you to http://cs101-class.org but it hasn't started yet. It's an introduction to computer science. Unless you mean you want a non-beginner course related to computer science or IT, then there's plenty within that link (which also haven't started yet but some will start soon on Jan 23rd! )
also, for more beginner materials on computer science, you can try harvard's http://cs50.tv
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/ is a MIT beginner course for Computer Science and Python
there's also OCW
Thank you so much. I certainly will take a look at each of these sources:)
There's also iTunes U on iTunes, as well as stuff on youtube
http://db-class.org and http://ai-class.com the classes are already over, but maybe you can access their materials.
agddgdgwngo, those classes are not so easy if you have zero programming knowledge
so you only needed beginner materials?
On the internet in general, I haven't found videos that jumpstart you into developing applications; it's more like language tutorials. :(
Thanks, Yes, beginner's. These should get me started:)
take care with the videos though; they are looong :(
Good point. Thanks again:)
for easy, short tutorials on specific languages you can try thenewboston channel on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvC1WCdV1XU&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=SPAE85DE8440AA6B83 they have one set on Python, good if you are following Osanseviero's link to MIT 6.00
the parent site http://codeacademy.com is also good
I think Stanford's OCW "Programming Methodologies CS-106A" is an excellent choice. http://see.stanford.edu