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event:courses [2013/01/14 12:34]
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 Recorded video lectures and internet courses provide great opportunity to learn new stuff from the best minds in the field. Recorded video lectures and internet courses provide great opportunity to learn new stuff from the best minds in the field.
 However, such courses require great morale to get through whole course and actively learn. However, such courses require great morale to get through whole course and actively learn.
-The purpose of this series of event is to support each other in learning and persevering till the end of the course. +The purpose of this series of event is to support each other in learning and persevering till the end of the course. (see 
- +[(cite:LearnersTV)] [(cite:MIT)] [(cite:Berkeley)] [(cite:Coursera)] [(cite:Udacity)] [(cite:Stanford)] [(cite:edX)] [(cite:KhanAcademy)])
-The idea is to have a //regular// meetings consisting of watching lecture from selected course, discussing the topic and even doing assignments.+
  
 +The idea is to have a //regular// meetings consisting of watching selected lectures from courses, discussing the topic and even doing assignments or run //projects// based on the present subject matter. It is also great opportunity for //supplementary lectures// provided by externists or by more skilled team members.
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-^ topic ^ prerequisities ^ sources ^ interested (doodle) ^ +^ topic ^ status[(:notes:a)] ^ prerequisities ^ sources[(:notes:b)] ^ interested[(:notes:c)^ 
-| computational learning theory, statistical inference | basic probability and stats stuff (stochastic processes, distributions, estimators, estimates)  |  | [[user:pborky]],[[user:Eremiell]] | +| [[event:aics|theoretical computer science, introduction to artificial intelligence]] | done | |  | 
-| AI planning, multiagent system, game theory |  |  | [[user:pborky]],[[user:eremiell]] | +| [[event:mfcs|mainframes]] | done | | | 
-| functional programming (scala, haskell, ..) |  |  | [[user:pborky]],[[user:eremiell]] | +| computational learning theory, statistical inference | planned | basic probability and stats stuff (stochastic processes, distributions, estimators, estimates)  |  | [[user:pborky]],[[user:Eremiell]] | 
-| enterpreneurship | no money | [9] | [[user:biiter]],[[user:pborky]],[[user:eremiell]] | +| AI planning, multiagent system, game theory | planned |  | [(cite:gametheorystanford)] [(cite:aiplanning)] [(cite:ggpcoursera)] [(cite:aiudacity)] [(cite:aiedxberkeley)] [(cite:tvai)] [(cite:tvai2)]| [[user:pborky]],[[user:eremiell]] | 
-| [[:event:courses/trading|financial markets]] | no money | [10],[12] | [[user:biiter]],[[user:pborky]] | +| functional programming (scala, haskell, ..) | planned |  | [(cite:scalacoursera)] | [[user:pborky]],[[user:eremiell]] | 
-| data analysis, processing, transfer and storage | | [6] | [[user:eremiell]] | +[[:event:courses/enterpreneurship|enterpreneurship]] | preparation | [[event:courses/enterpreneurship#prerequisities|~>]] | [[event:courses/enterpreneurship#references|~>]] | [[user:biiter]],[[user:pborky]],[[user:eremiell]],[[user:ruza]] | 
-| cryptography and cryptanalysis from scratch | highschool math | [4] | [[user:eremiell]],[[user:pborky]] | +| [[:event:courses/trading|financial markets]] | active | [[event:courses/trading#prerequisities|~>]] | [[event:courses/trading#references|~>]] | [[user:biiter]],[[user:pborky]],[[user:JoHnY]],[[user:ruza]] | 
-| C/C++ programming | common programming constructs and paradigms | | [[user:eremiell]] | +| data analysis, processing, transfer and storage | planned  | | [(cite:DBstanford)] [(cite:dataintro)] | [[user:eremiell]] | 
-| game development and gamification | some kind of programming experience | [4[[user:eremiell]] | +| cryptography and cryptanalysis from scratch | planned  | highschool math | [(cite:CryptoI)] [(cite:CryptoII)] [(cite:srinivasan2013engineering)] [(cite:khanappliedmath)] [(cite:tvcrypto)] [(:cite:rosol2012ecc)]| [[user:eremiell]],[[user:pborky]],[[user:ruza]] | 
-===== Refererences ===== +| C/C++ programming | planned  | common programming constructs and paradigms | [(cite:tvcfundamentals)] [(cite:tvcpptut)] [(cite:tvcppfunds)] [(cite:tvcfunds)] [(cite:tvcpptuts)] [(cite:tvcpplinkedlist)] [(cite:tvcppsolve)]| [[user:eremiell]] | 
- +| game development and gamification | planned  | some kind of programming experience | [(cite:onlinegaming)] [(cite:gamification)] [(cite:gamedesignocw)] [(cite:html5gamedev)] [(cite:tvgamedev)][[user:eremiell]| 
-==== General ==== +| formal models, higher order logic, inference | planned  |  |  |
-  * [1] http://www.learnerstv.com/ Video courses covering many subjects from various sources. +
-  * [2http://ocw.mit.edu/ MIT courses +
-  * [3] http://webcast.berkeley.edu/ Berkeley courses +
-  * [4https://www.coursera.org/ Coursera +
-  * [5http://www.udacity.com/ Udacity +
-  * [6] http://class2go.stanford.edu/ Stanford courses +
-  * [7https://www.edx.org/courses edX +
-  * [8] https://www.khanacademy.org/ Khan Academy+
  
-==== Trading and enterpreneurship ==== +[(:notes:a>one of: planned,preparation,active,done)] 
-  * [9http://www.udacity.com/overview/Course/ep245/CourseRev/1 How to Build Startup +[(:notes:b>**Be specific!** Provide a citation, link to a subpage or a reference to specific course, not a link to multiple unrelated courses.)] 
-  * [10] http://www.technicalanalysisbook.com/ +[(:notes:c>List of users or link to the [[http://www.doodle.com/polls/wizard.html|Doodle]].)] 
-  * [11] http://www.amazon.co.uk/Four-Steps-Epiphany-Steven-Blank/dp/0976470705 Steven Gary BlankThe Four Steps to the Epiphany  +===== References ===== 
-  * [12http://absymmetry.tumblr.com/ learning materials for starting investors+If you going to edit this section, see [[:refnotes:start]] for more information. 
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