anonymous
  • anonymous
I am starting a Google Plus group, for anyone serious about doing SICP and completing 6.001 the SICP version.
MIT 6.001 Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Spring 2005
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Please add me and send me a message that you are interested: https://plus.google.com/108587549588286732424/
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm interested to join to the group! I'm started to read SICP two days ago. Now I'm doing the first exercises.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey I just started the SCIP course as well. Get me a link to the google group so we can all study together! I am going through lecture 1B now and have finished chapter 1 in the book. I want to go back through all the exercises but it would be nice if we could compare solutions.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think that github are good for share the code and compare the solutions. May be make a repository and fork them. What do you think about it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I just started the SICP course too! I sent a message on Google Plus saying that I'm interested in the group.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I only had two adds on Google Plus, and I messaged everyone that is on it. Maybe Google Plus is not the best medium for groupwork and we can just stay on here. Possibly exchange github accounts or something.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi pduch, the public circle that you published is about "6.002 Circuits and Electronics" not about SICP. This is the reason why I'm not there. I added you in my SICP circle. keppy_rb have you got a google plus account?
anonymous
  • anonymous
add me in the group, I am also reading SICP.
anonymous
  • anonymous
jolisper and friends, keppy.rb is my google plus. keppy is my github I've recently started a new project and haven't had much time for SICP the past two weeks. I plan to pick back up on it this coming week--I'm still in < chapter 2 mentally. So yeah add me and when I have some problem solutions I'll share github links via the google group or this form.

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