Just had a go at the Computer Science module, the first question completely threw me. Seeing as how this platform is advocating to teach from the basics that worries me.

Not sure if this is meant to be posted here, posting guidelines were a little vague. Feel free to delete it if necessary. I assumed it was an open format forum.

Note by Dyfrig Williams
3 years, 5 months ago

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Hi Dyfrig,

Computer Science is being developed for those who already know how to code and want to improve further, especially to apply it to problem solving.

Given enough time and resources, we will be able to build out the basics of Computer Science. Unfortunately, we are a small team, and have to focus our energy in certain regions.

Staff - 3 years, 5 months ago