This course is the second course in the specialization exploring both computational thinking and beginning C programming. Rather than trying to define computational thinking, we’ll just say it’s a problem-solving process that includes lots of different components. Most people have a better understanding of what beginning C programming means!
About this Course
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TOP REVIEWS FROM DATA ANALYSIS AND REPRESENTATION, SELECTION AND ITERATION
The super cool graphs were really interesting and did make me feel like I have learnt something!
Great course, nice information about understanding graphs and charts. Also explains looping and conditioning nicely
The instructions for the programming assignment were a bit ambiguous, but overall the course was great.
It's a really great course. It helps speed up a lot in comparison with learning the C programming all by myself. It would be better if the content of the course is denser.
About the Computational Thinking with Beginning C Programming Specialization
This specialization is designed to let you explore computational thinking and beginning C programming topics, applying those concepts to develop solutions to a variety of practical problems.The first course assumes no programming experience, and throughout the 4 courses in the specialization you'll learn about both computational thinking and C programming. The material in the courses in the specialization is equivalent to our computational thinking course at UCCS.
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