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Arlington Ruby Message Board › Coursera


A former member
Post #: 1
Hi All,

I had mentioned to a few people at the last meetup that I was taking a course on programming fundamentals via https://www.coursera....­. I definitely recommend this site to anyone looking to gain some free knowledge.

All the courses are free and are taught by top-notch programs and professors. From my experience they're full of really great content and the classes are challenging, despite the "free" status. If you score a passing grade in the courses you also get a completion certificate.
Ryan S.
Arlington, VA
Post #: 4
Great suggestion Emily! But beware, if you like learning as much as I do, you'll want to take way too many classes, and you may not have any time left for anything else! Seriously though, I'm enrolled in Computational Investing starting Sunday, and Game Theory starting in January (but I wanted to take about a dozen more than that).

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