I’ll be dropping two Coursera courses, and take another one. Here’s why.
As mentioned previously, “things” are happening. I won’t go deeper on the topic as I don’t want to disclose details before I’m 100% confident with doing it.
By the way, until yesterday, I was following three courses on Coursera:
- Computer Networks [CN]
- Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems [ANDR]
- Algorithms, Part I [ALG]
I followed most of lectures from CN and ANDR. I wasn’t following CN with 100% commitment since I’ve been studying most of the topics in high school already and I just wanted a refresh on some topics. ANDR course instead is very interesting and I like a lot the practical approach to the subject.
ALG has just started, and I would like to follow it.
So, what happened?
Simply, my needs have changed.
So, what courses will I be diving into? I’m currently enrolled into “Functional Programming Principles in Scala“. It is an enlightening course and shows a new way to look at programming. More mathematical, more functional, more elegant.
That’s it for now.