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Deleted50669

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There are a few elite universities (Harvard, Columbia, MIT, Cornell) that sponsor free complete courses on most topics under the sun. It just so happens that MIT's open courseware has a wealth of courses on entrepreneurship. After a brief glance at the course topics, there's definitely a few I'll be trying out. The link can be found here:

Find Courses by Topic | MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials

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I've used their computer science and physics material quite a lot, it's top notch..... as you might expect.

If you're one of those "I should learn to code" types, it's a great resource. I can't comment on their other topics but I would guess they're high quality as well.

Although to be honest, I think learning about entrepreneurship from a university class is a little dubious. While I was at Intel, one of my friends got an MBA in a part time program. She didn't even know how to monetize a blog, for real. I tend to think university courses prepare people to fast track their scripted lives, rather than hop on the fast lane.

Even still, the price is right.
 
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I've used their computer science and physics material quite a lot, it's top notch..... as you might expect.

If you're one of those "I should learn to code" types, it's a great resource. I can't comment on their other topics but I would guess they're high quality as well.

Although to be honest, I think learning about entrepreneurship from a university class is a little dubious. While I was at Intel, one of my friends got an MBA in a part time program. She didn't even know how to monetize a blog, for real. I tend to think university courses prepare people to fast track their scripted lives, rather than hop on the fast lane.

Even still, the price is right.

Yea that’s probably true, good point.
 

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I've used their computer science and physics material quite a lot, it's top notch..... as you might expect.

If you're one of those "I should learn to code" types, it's a great resource. I can't comment on their other topics but I would guess they're high quality as well.

I second this. For any beginners this is an excellent place to start. Even if the lessons are outdated, as the tech world advances quickly, you'll still get a firm grasp on the basics while being able to upgrade your knowledge later.
 
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