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Should SoloLearn add a Computer Science Principles Lesson?

Should SoloLearn add a Computer Science Principles Lesson? It could include anything from logical and Boolean expressions, gates (not, and, XOR), classes, methods, functions, compilers, etc.

12/5/2018 1:43:30 AM

Henri Evjen

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Hi! Sounds interesting. You should definitely send your suggestions to Sololearn on info@sololearn.com Cheers!

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There are already lessons about data structures, sorting algorithms and design patterns, including code examples. There's even a lesson about complexity analysis. Functions, OOP, compilers, boolean operations etc are explained in every single language course where they can be used.

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I think it's a very good idea for one to first understand principles and certain Computer Science Basics (for instance, Algorithms, Pseuducodes and Data Structures ) before they bump into programming right away!...... So am in support of that☺

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yeah, I do agree, because this will short up the way and explains how the whole process works before getting into programming languages. so, I support that.

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I don't think so but solo learn should add advance course on all topic

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That's DEFINITELY NEEDED. Contact info@sololearn.com and tell them to add it.

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will br great !!

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Lito Delcid Come on, this is not the right place to promote your code and you know it. ✌️

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I sent SoloLearn an email. Let's hope they consider it.

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yeah, dat will be a great idea, cuz understanding concepts such as algorithms and pseudocode will help people when taking programming lessons

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We really want to learn more interesting courses from sololearn. As a student of CSE background will appreciate it thoroughly! Thnx. Great idea!

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Yeah it's a really good idea 👍

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Yes please add it. It will be so good to have

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Yes!

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Yes! That would be so beneficial to those of us who are self taught.

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Its a really good idea carry it forward

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Yes please, I've started learning Python, but don't really understand the terms and what they do.

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dat's cool, good idea

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Yes I also think so