Tuesday, January 14, 2020

[FREE] Computer Science and Programming: Beginner JavaScript

Learn the very basics of how to program a computer with JavaScript - 0 experience required.

What you'll learn

  • Program a computer at a very basic level using JavaScript
  • Think about any problem at all like an engineer
  • Improve logical reasoning in general
  • Become a better problem solver


You only need 2 things to start: know English and own a computer with an internet connection


If you ever wanted to learn how to program a computer, but have 0 idea about how to start, this will be a great experience for you. My name is Zach Freedman, I've been programming for 8 years, and I promise that this course can teach you how to program so long as you speak English and have a Mac/PC with an internet connection. Programming and software engineering have given me great problem solving skills that extend into real life, way beyond the realm of technology and computers. I can't recommend learning how to program from ANYONE or ANYWHERE highly enough: it's actually life changing (I know that sounds incredibly cheesy, go watch some of the free lectures, you'll get what I mean).

In college I majored in math and computer science, and I remember the programming courses were extremely hard and boring for me. Sometimes I'd get lucky and find a professor who tried to make the topics more engaging, but this was a rare occurrence. I managed to snag a job as a teaching assistant later on during the senior year of my undergraduate career, and I really excelled at connecting with the students as someone who struggled with the same material before.

Programming a computer isn't simple, but I really believe that struggling with something is the best way to get a great learning experience out of it. In this course, I hand-hold through much of the learning process, making sure that students have the best chance possible in understanding the concepts I cover. Together, we'll go through applied examples of each fundamental programming concept discussed. Afterwards, I'll allow you to solve problems alone, with detailed video explanations of how I would approach the problem provided.

Topics covered include (but aren't limited to):

- JavaScript

- problem solving and logical thinking

- asking the internet for help

- command prompt (Windows) and terminal (Mac)

- Node and NPM basics

- printing and output

- error debugging

- object types

- strings

- variables and constants

- loops

- conditionals

- functions

- recursion

- dynamic programming

- objects

- dictionaries, maps, or hash tables

- arrays

- numbers

- math and mathematical operations

- boolean logic

- data structures

- algorithms

- object oriented programming (OOP) or classes

Who this course is for:

Anybody of any age who doesn't know how to code/program but wants to learn how
College students taking computer science 101 courses
People interested in coding bootcamps who have never coded in their life
Someone interested in learning the very basics of one of the hottest programming languages: JavaScript

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