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Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Class length: 13 weeks. Start anytime.
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This class covers the first three chapters of the classic computer science book Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. Chapters 4 and 5 are outside the scope of this class. The first three chapters are quite a bit to digest and are worth a class of their own. If you're interested in delving into the last two chapters, feel free to create a new class to cover just those two.
Prerequisites and Difficulty
Some programming knowledge is helpful.
Materials and Technical Requirements
All course materials are freely available online:
Supporting information: MIT's OCW website.
Video lectures: lectures on Google Video that follow the book.
Any content on this site derived from the MIT OCW content is licensed under their same Creative Commons License.
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