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CS101-Introduction to computer science 1

Hello Everyone,
I’m a beginner in CS.

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Welcome! I’m Sean, one of the Saylor staff members. It’s been a few years now, but I’ve taken our CS101 course and am glad I did :slight_smile:

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Thank You, Sean. Nice to meet you. I’m called Zin.

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Hi Zin, nice to meet you too.

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Hello am pjkennedy glad to be here

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Hello, I am Ben Traore and I am just starting the course and wanted some clarification. Will this course help me if I plan to take a google certificate test?

Thank you in advance

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Hi Ben – I couldn’t say for sure. Our CS101 course focuses pretty heavily on an introduction to Java, using Java as a basis for understanding shared characteristics of programming languages, with some foundation on computing concepts.

We have not aligned the course, though, to any certification exams.

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hi everyone
im beginner in computer science
i wish we can be a good friends
thank you

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hi Everyone I’m beginner in CS.

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Hi every one i’m beginner in saylor

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Hello, my name is Dan and I’m a Canadian. Just googled “advanced artificial intelligence” and now I’m here. Looking forward to starting with CS101.

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Norbert Edward
Begginer too

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Hello. I’m Williams from Ghana , Accra
a beginner. hope we become friends

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Hi Williams, im a Ghanaian too. Just beginning CS101.
Nice to meet you here.

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…Im Nuru Mohammed

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hello i am from Johannesburg, South Africa. i am a student here at saylor for about 5+ years now. i used to be interested in marine biology but i lost interest due to lack of motivation. i hoping to complete CS101 and transfer the credits to the course in this category. i am enjoying it so far.

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Hello everyone! My name is Michael Chukwuemerie Ani, I just enrolled for the cs101. I hope to meet people of great and like minds here… I look forward to enjoying my every experience on Saylor.org.

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Same here, I hope i am able to complete my education here.

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are you aiming for the credits? as computer science I and II are proctored exams meaning that you can earn credits toward this subject at a university that is able to accept or receive these credits make sure that you university is registered or is part of the ACE OR NCCRS those credits go to you r computer science courses or any other course that has a proctored exam assigned to it. all other course that doesn’t have this “College Credit Recommended” won’t be available for college credits but you will receive a certificate of completion.

hope this helps

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HI i’m new here.
I’m about to get started on CS101.

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