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You go at your own pace, most courses have assignments and quizes. Personally I prefer the courses with the lectures and assignments. 6.00 2011 is a great starting point that also uses python
So i just go through the reading material til i say "i'm done" with the course?
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ok, so it's not actually a "course".
That one may not be, but check out http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-00sc-introduction-to-computer-science-and-programming-spring-2011/ It's a beginning course also, with video lectures that work a lot better for some people (like me) There are still assignments and tests that you can do at your own pace, but any reading is purely voluntary
and it has a "get started" button...
so just click it and go at my own pace?
Yep. and check back here if you run into any issues or have questions along the way.
hey..how and where can i download this software??
Sanju22, not "software" but reading material.
and i forgot where i got it. =(