:mortar_board: Path to a free self-taught education in Computer Science!
For many CS students, they'll likely have Discrete Mathematics, one or more introductory programming classes, and possibly even a basic data structures course before getting to a "real" (i.e. upper division) algorithms course. Take a look at OSSU and maybe some corresponding textbooks (one such list here) and review (or learn) the material in order to start making progress.
Which option route would you choose? 2nd degree for CS (2 years) ($30k) or 14 week bootcamp ($17k)?
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