Computer Science Fundamentals


In computer science and programming — as in most analytical disciplines — there are several valid solutions to the same problem. The crux of mastering the fundamentals of computer science is making good design choices; that is, finding the “best” solution.

Computers allow us to store and manipulate information, and to perform computations ranging from simple operations like looking up the price of an item in a store to complex modeling like artificial neural networks.

In Computer Science Fundamentals, you’ll build your basic toolkit for how to organize logic (i.e. algorithms) and information (i.e. data) to efficiently solve seemingly complicated problems.



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