Im starting with the computer science and electronic engineering and i wanted to know, is the complete career here ? i mean, all the courses needed to become a CS are on the website right? im a bit confused about it sorry XD
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All the courses needed for a degree in CS are available on the MIT OCW site. But, not all of them have OpenStudy groups here.
When I asked in the OpenStudy forum, they said that if there was sufficient interest, they'd open up groups for additional courses.
I am interested in moving on to the C++ course after I finish this course (MIT 6.00) if you'd care to join me.
Well, i studied HTML and CSS but my long term career choice has always been software engineering.Basicaly my plan is to try and follow the entire thing so in the future, i could have the knowledge (tho not the title of course :D) of a CS degree.
I will try to follow the progress as it is in the career but simply because it has always been easier for me to have some kind of "guide" to follow.
Even so, i wouldnt mind helping you or working with you if we meet in some of them.I will be starting the 6.00 tomorrow morning, planing on doing 1 or 2 classes a day if i have the time (and the brains).
Feel free to message me about anything , ill be happy to assist you in what i can.
Same here @zarzelius. Though I already have the career. Right now I'm taking 6.00SC and 18.01SC. Feel free to PM me if there's anything I can do to help.
Important note ... math isn't that important for 6.00 but you'll want to start including some math classes as you get farther in. The actual degree path if you were going for the degree has a good bit of math in it.