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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    And some other languages that will be useful in the future of IT....

    Livemocha - Hindi

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    Chinese surely, the sun will be setting on Indian outsourcing in the near future
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    ACM Learning Center (you'll need to join the ACM for $99 a year, but it comes with safari, books 24x7 and skillsoft course access)

    Find Courses by Topic | MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials has a lot of computer science courses.
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    Some feedback from the pre and post course survey for a course I've just completed:

    A Comparison of Online MOOC Versus On Campus Course Delivery | the augmented trader

    The course was run simultaneously online and in the campus which makes for some interesting reading!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacecadet View Post
    Some feedback from the pre and post course survey for a course I've just completed:

    A Comparison of Online MOOC Versus On Campus Course Delivery | the augmented trader

    The course was run simultaneously online and in the campus which makes for some interesting reading!
    Interesting. I'm very impressed by the one I'm doing (if a little out of my depth). The thing I do find frustrating is that, if you hit a problem with one of the programming assignments, it's very difficult to discuss it in the forums as you're not allowed to post your code or even any real detail of your approach to the problem. If you're stuck, there's no real way out.

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    Less formal, interesting presentations:

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    A list of freely available math books (note spelling to annoy grammar Nazis)

    Free Mathematics Books
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    And one for Sas

    A Programmer's Guide to Data Mining | The Ancient Art of the Numerati which isn't bad but rather noddy...
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    Coursera are now offering specialization courses:

    https://www.coursera.org/specializations

    They cost $49 a go but they are 3 months and result in a proper certificate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacecadet View Post
    Coursera are now offering specialization courses:

    https://www.coursera.org/specializations

    They cost $49 a go but they are 3 months and result in a proper certificate
    You need to look in detail. The Data Science course is 9 modules at $49 a time + $49 for the capstone project.

    Compared to the open university its a bargain but its not $49.
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