Teach your own CS

  1. Discrete Mathmatics and its applications
  2. Structure and interpretation of computer programs
  3. Operating systems, three easy pieces
  4. Computer networking, a top down approch
  5. Introduction to algorithms
  6. Computer organization and design RISC-V edition

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