My personal curriculum covering basic CS topics. This might be useful for self-taught developers... A work in development! This might take a very long time to get finished!
I have 4 years of experience in 'data science' which I came to by the way of having a healthcare professional degree/research masters-I put data science in quotes lol because most of my experience has been reserved in academia and government, so my actual role may differ from people who work in other companies alongside engineers and developers. Some people in my field don't use Python/R but have good theoretical knowledge and ability to use other software to conduct statistics. I became very good with R as of 2.5 years ago and now am proficient with Python as well. I've also recently been using R and Python not so much to necessarily run analysis but to automate things and 'build' new things (like packages)-starting to realize if I had better CS knowledge, there would be far more efficient ways to be doing the things I sometimes have to do. Also, separate from my DS role, I started becoming interested in web dev and dev ops as well. Anybody who's been in the same boat have any tips? I see CS50 is a popular resource and may use https://teachyourselfcs.com/ since I have prior programming experience so don't need to go 100% from scratch. Additionally, I'm curious if anybody has any career suggestions for somebody who has data science background but would love to spend most of their job coding rather than other things.
Hi cs students of India, can you share the websites made by your seniors where you can get notes,local authored textbooks etc for free to download?
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