AN OPEN SOURCE COLLECTION OF MORE THAN 650 UNIVERSITY COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSES

Seth and Sam are responsible for the College Compendium, two college students who owe much of their computer science education to a collection of disjointed online resources they discovered after tirelessly searching forums, educational platforms, and course websites.

They say in the presentation of the project that, for anyone who is not an over-caffeinated college student, this endless search for high-quality computer course curricula is not sustainable, which is why they decided to create an open-source collection of more than 650 college computer science courses.

The goal is to attract developers, hackers, data enthusiasts, creatives, beginner programmers, and anyone in between.

In collegecompendium.goldin.io we can:

– Search and filter courses by topic, university, year, type of curriculum, and educational level.
– Switch between grid and table views to adjust the way we view data.
– Contribute to the project directly through your site or on your GitHub.

They are open to comments about site navigation, course offers, and usability, so if you have any comments to make, you can go to their website and propose changes.

They are free computer classes from the best universities in the United States, but they are all in English, so if you do not have knowledge of the language, access this link and start learning it. On the other hand, it is important to note that the course is free in audit mode, they do not give certificates or allow interaction with teachers.

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