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Bocoup
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2014
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jQuery Fundamentals is designed to get you comfortable working through common problems you'll be called upon to solve using jQuery. To get the most out of this site, you'll want to read the content and try the various interactive examples. Each chapter will cover a concept and give you a chance to try example code related to the concept.

Programming in C (Kishori Mundargi)

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Kishori Mundargi
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2014
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This is an introductory course and covers the key features of the C language and its usage. The first five chapters help in thoroughly understanding the C syntax. The latter chapters focus on more complex concepts of the C language. This course will briefly touch upon some of the standard C library functions and the mechanism used in the implementation of the same. This course is based on industrial programming experience and extensive study of the language.

Introductory Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science

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This is the first of two discrete math subjects for students of Computer Science at Wikiversity. Discrete mathematics is the part of mathematics devoted to the study of discrete (i.e. distinct) objects. In general, it is used whenever objects are counted, when relationships between finite (or countable) sets are studied, and when processes involving a finite number of steps are analyzed. It is important for computer science because in computing machines, information is stored and manipulated in a discrete fashion.

Introduction to Computers

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2015
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This course is designed for students with no background in Computer Science. A computer is a device that can receive, process and store data. They are used as tools in every part of society together with the Internet. Computers nowadays are complex; there are a lot of different components inside them, and they all serve different purposes. They all need to work together for the computer to work; knowing how a computer works makes it easier to use a computer by being able to understand how a computer will respond.

Introduction to Programming

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2014
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Welcome to Introduction to Programming. Since this is an introductory course, we won't be dealing with any one programming language in particular. Examples will be taken from a number of programming languages or given in a pseudocode. Wikiversity offers more in-depth courses on Java and C++. Periodically throughout this course there will be instructions to work on a lesson from your chosen language.

Computer architecture

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2014
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This course introduces students to the core concepts of Computer Architecture - including hardware components, assembly languages, and pipelining.

Computer networks

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2015
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Computer networking is the scientific and engineering discipline concerned with communication between computer systems. Such networks involve at least two devices capable of being networked with at least one usually being a computer. The devices can be separated by a few meters (e.g. via Bluetooth) or thousands of kilometers (e.g. via the Internet). Computer networking is sometimes considered a sub-discipline of telecommunications.

Introduction to Computer Science

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2015
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This course covers the same materials as an introductory class for undergraduate computer science majors. Its curriculum, which includes software, hardware and algorithms, resembles that of a one- or two-semester first-year college course or the high school Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science. It does not require a formal computer science background.

Introduction to C Programming

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Richard Mobbs
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2001
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The course is split up into several sections, or lessons, which include C example programs for you to demonstrate what has been taught. Although the ordering of the sections does not have to be strictly followed, the sections become progressively more involved and assume background knowledge attained from previous sections. Good Luck!

Introduction to HTML/XHTML

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Richard Mobbs
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2009
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The World Wide Web is at the heart of the explosion in the development of Internet data and information management tools. This is a short introduction to the Web's underlying mark-up language call "Hyper-Text Mark-up Language", or more simply: HTML.

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