I major in Chemical Engineering, but learn a lot of Computer Science. Recently, I am thinking about why I learn Computer Science, or to put it in another way, I have been thinking about if CS(Computer Science) would become a way of thinking for everyone rather than the subject itself. Maybe I am learning CS just because I want to gain one more perspective for thinking about things. Today(and will consistently in the future), I’d like to share my learning path to become Computer Scientist, or maybe a normal entity for the future society.
- Udacity– Free, easy to understand basic & advanced courses
- Coursera – Specializations Meant for Professionals
- edX – Courses from the Industry & Top Universities
- MIT OpenCourseware – Most of MIT’s courses
It’s actually my first step to become a Computer Scientist and what I have been undertaking since Sept. 2018(Ah! It’s almost 2019, how time flies). I’ve written an article about it. click here to visit it.
I’ve picked up some knowledge about Algorithm but only randomly. I think learning algorithm will be one of the main subjects of my 2019. I have already decided to take the Algorithms Specialization offered by Stanford University on Coursera.
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To become a computer scientist is someway to become a mathematician.
All in AI – Artificial Inteligence
- Machine Learning with TensorFlow on Google Cloud Platform Specialization
- Advanced Machine Learning Specialization offered by National Research University Higher School of Economics
A week ago, I started to learn Computer Vision on Udacity CS271 Course for a school project and the name of the course is called Intro to Computer Science. I got a lot of fun from it and I think CV(Computer Vision) will be one of my recent learning topic and the starting point to AI.
Following is a list of course I have involved in learning
- Udacity CS271: Intro to Artificial Intelligence
- Udacity CS810(CS6470 offered at Georgia Tech): Introduction to Computer Vision
- Robotics Specialization offered by University of Pennsylvania
Computer Systems & Architecture
Linux Operating System
- YouTube Channel Sentdex
- Book | (0.5 / 1) Raspberry Pi: Advanced Programming