The first few Harvard CS50 videos are now live

The first few Harvard CS50 videos are now live
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#11

It may be that the reason it is being posted here now is he has “permission” from Harvard to endorse the course now from his own channel…which is huge if that’s the case!

Love this FCC Team! Thank you. I’ve moved away from another format I was using couple years back with my students. Now this is getting even better! TY!

Maybe I can get the State of TN to recognize this as a state endorsed certificate program now! Been at it for a couple of years…they continue with another certificate program that’s mediocre…so impressed by this today!

-MHTwigg

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#12

Thanks, Rob! And I’ve bumped your permissions to allow you to share links. (We started limiting new forum accounts from sharing links during their first 20 or 30 minutes of use as a spam countermeasure.)

#13

This is correct. One of the main goals of our ad-free YouTube channel is to raise awareness of all the amazing resources out there. Many of these videos on Harvard’s channel only had a few thousand views, and we can help bring them to a larger audience.

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#14

Thanks a lot. its will incrasing our knowladge even if we are from CS Degree from other university.

#15

How does one enroll in this course? I watched the first lecture today and I would love to take the class with others on a one-lecture-per-week basis and complete the associated “homework” along with some other folks. Is there a way to do this, either through freecodecamp or another group?! Thanks @QuincyLarson for continuing to share resources, encouragement and support!

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#16

For those of you who are interested in enrolment and certification for this course, you can sign up and complete the course via the edX.org website.

Good luck in your studies :blush:

#17

Thanks, Quincy! I can see how it makes sense to have a “link probation”, good call.

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#18

Thanks, @QuincyLarson this is great!

I will be watching if after ending JS course :muscle:

Cheers!

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#19

Scratch my first friend in coding world. (Real Hello World) now I code PHP and JS but the fundas are still the same. <3 : heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

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#20

Hi @andrewpaulyd, I singed up for this course by searching online learning Harvard (sorry, I apparently can’t post a link here since I’m new to FreeCodeCamp (tried, but couldn’t)), but you can easily find the course just by googling it.
I chose the free (no certificate path)…I started watching the first video today. Really like the guy. I will be going at at rather slow speed, since I’m doing also other things, but I think I should be able to do one lesson per week. I am interested in working together/supporting each other if we can figure out the way to do it.

#21

I just bumped up your privileges so you can post the link now. (We get a lot of spam here, so pardon the spam countermeasure).

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#22

Great! Thanks so much!!

#23

@andrewpaulyd Here is a link to sing up:

https://online-learning.harvard.edu/course/cs50-introduction-computer-science

Thank you @QuincyLarson or bumping my privileges, so I could post the link :slight_smile: !

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#24

I watched the first CS50 video, and I was like… man… now I’m starting to understand, like arrhhhh… why didn’t I watch this 8 years ago. hahah!

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#25

I have CS50 course. i have taken it in edx website which covers all the basics of all programming languages. Thank You

@LearnTheNew

#26

@QuincyLarson - Video 9 is posted as [Private Video]

#27

Thanks for letting me know - we initially post these as private while we’re finishing them, then set them to public. How were you able to see video 9 when it was listed as private?

#28

Does CS50 focuses on any particular programming languages ?

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#29

It was listed in the CS50 playlist, I thought it was erroneously posted as private, as video 10 is already visible in the playlist (as per image).

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#30

This is amazing! I did CS50 a couple of years ago, and it is such an amazing experience. Doesn’t matter if you are a total beginner or a solid coder, you will have fun doing it.
CS50G (or GD50) is also amazing, it is an introduction to game development, using Lua and Unity3d, for those who are interested.

This is amazing addition to FCC curriculum, I am so glad to see it.

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