If you thought you missed your chance to major in computer science when you opted for art history in college, there’s good news after all. There are such things as second chances, and thanks to the influx of online learning, gaining a new skill set won’t require you to dip into your savings. This Computer Science training is just $39 — that’s equivalent to just 4.8 months of Netflix.
The Computer Science Advancement Bundle features eight classes that will help you make a career in tech, no matter what you do now. Here’s a breakdown of each course:
First, learn how to code
Break Away: Programming And Coding Interviews
A great introduction to tech jobs, this course will walk you through the job interview process for programming and coding careers. The team behind this course has conducted hundreds of interviews at Google and Flipkart, so they know what they’re talking about and will give you the heads up on the kind of programming problems that might come up in an interview.
The Fintech Omnibus: Theory and Practice in Python, R, and Excel
The Fintech Omnibus will walk you through risk modeling, factor analysis, numerical optimization, and linear and logistic regression using real models and examples. You’ll learn a ton about value-at-risk, Eigenvalue decomposition, modeling risk with covariance matrices, and the method of least squares.
The Web Development Omnibus: jQuery, AngularJS, and ReactJS
This comprehensive course covers jQuery, AngularJS, and ReactJS, which are essentially the building blocks of many websites. After accessing these 212 lectures and 21 hours of content, you should be able to build interactive websites from scratch.
Software Testing Omnibus: Sikuli, Selenium, JUnit, and Principles of Testing
This 145-lecture course will teach you all about software testing, with a focus on Sikuli, Selenium, and JUnit. By the end of the class, you’ll be able to write tests and test user interactions with confidence and ease.
Get in on Big Data and Machine Learning
The Big Data Omnibus: Hadoop, Spark, Storm, and QlikView
After these 120 lectures on big data, you’ll be able to install Hadoop in different modes, manipulate data in Spark, run a Storm topology in multiple modes, and use the QlikView In-memory data model. Using these tools, you’ll glean insights from enormous amounts of data in the way both major and minor corporations do.
Machine Learning and TensorFlow on the Google Cloud
TensorFlow is an open source software library for machine intelligence. Using TensorFlow and Google Cloud, you’ll learn all about neural networks and machine learning principles.
Don’t forget the Cloud
GCP: Complete Google Data Engineer and Cloud Architect Guide
Google Cloud is key for high-end machine learning applications (because TensorFlow is also from Google). This guide will put you on the certification track to become a Google Data Engineer or Cloud Architect through 166 lectures and 22 hours of content.
Tap into product strategy
Time Capsule: Trends in Tech, Product Strategy
While it’s important to know all the latest tech, it’s also important to remember the past (lest you repeat it). This Time Capsule course examines trends all the way from 1994 to today and talks about why different sites thrived while others floundered.
Get the Computer Science Advancement Bundle now for just $39 — a massive 97% discount off its $1,492 retail price.