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    #244744 - 01/30/19 05:29 AM Modern Computer Science Curriculum
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    Registered: 02/14/10
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    A Self-Learning, Modern Computer Science Curriculum was mentioned at Hacker News and provides links to resources for the following topics:

    Introduction
    How to Learn
    Preliminaries
    Intro to Computation
    Some Additional Optional Intros
    Common Lisp Intro
    Little Schemer Series
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Elementary Math
    Nonexistent Math Background
    Weak/Forgotten Math Background
    Calculus With Theory
    Functional Programming
    Principles of Functional Programming
    Intro to Programming using OCaml
    Algebra
    Linear Algebra
    Abstract Algebra
    Discrete Mathematics
    Introduction to Pure Mathematics
    Discrete Math with Standard ML
    Great Theoretical Ideas in Computer Science
    Computer Systems
    Designing Systems
    Compilers
    Database Systems
    Practical Data Science
    Meta-Linguistic Abstraction
    Natural Language Processing
    Programming Language Theory
    Isolating Software Failure, Proving Safety and Testing
    Physical Systems Software Security
    Algorithms
    Introduction to Parallel and Sequential Algorithms
    Advanced Algorithms (Purely Functional Data Structures)
    Complexity Theory
    Undergraduate Complexity Theory
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    Useful Math for Theoretical CS
    Introduction to Quantum Computing
    Jobs
    Graduate Research in Type Theory
    Basic Proof Theory
    Intro to Category Theory
    Type Theory Foundations
    Higher Dimensional Type Theory
    Further Research
    Graduate Research in Machine Learning/AI
    Graduate Introduction to General AI
    Math Background for ML
    Statistics Theory
    Graduate Introduction to ML
    Advanced Introduction to ML
    Convex Optimization
    Deep Learning
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    Graduate Cryptography Intro
    Applied Cryptography
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    #249798 - 06/06/22 08:52 PM Re: Modern Computer Science Curriculum [Re: Bostonian]
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    Registered: 06/04/21
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    Thank you for taking the time to talk about it; I have strong feelings about it and want to learn more about it. Would you mind adding information to your blog post? It will really benefit all of us. crossword puzzles

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