TIL that in april, Harvard University launched a free introduction to programming with Python, and it includes a free certificate of completion. by whatilearned June 14, 2022, 9:26 am Read more: https://cs50.harvard.edu/python What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote aprilcertificatecompletionfreeHarvardincludesintroductionlaunchedprogrammingpythonTILToday I learneduniversity See more Previous article TIL Danish Pastry Are Not from Denmark But Was Brought There by Austrian Bakers Next article “Hey, I have good news. Guess what” One Comment Leave a Reply * Here’s what the [free certificate of completion](https://www.classcentral.com/report/harvard-cs50-python/#course-certificate) looks like. * Here’s the [first lecture of the course](https://cs50.harvard.edu/python/2022/weeks/0/), on functions and variables. * Here’s the [first problem set of the course](https://cs50.harvard.edu/python/2022/psets/0/), which includes five problems. The course has no prerequisites: it’s for complete beginners to programming and Python. For the anecdote, it’s taught by Prof. [David Malan](https://cs.harvard.edu/malan/), who also teaches CS50, Harvard’s introduction to computer science, the most popular course on campus at Harvard, and one of the most popular online courses ever. I greatly enjoyed taking his course. He’s a super engaging instructor, and I think we’re lucky that he decided to put his new Python course online too and make it free, so I thought I’d share. If you decide to take the course, happy learning! 🙂 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.