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10 cursos online gratuitos para aprender a programar (II)

aprender a programar. MOOCs institucionales de nivel alto.

SlideRule Searches for the Best Online Courses in Any Category

Online classes are a great way to learn new skills. SlideRule makes your search easier by letting you browse and search through over 17,000 online courses.

Udacity is a Massive Open Online Course(MOOC) website that you can browse all course and nanodegree programs to help advance your programming skills.  Neat Resources by Aaron Scirocco. Infographic is pinned from Lifehacker.com

This Graphic Helps You Pick Your First Programming Language

Udacity is a Massive Open Online Course(MOOC) website that you can browse all course and nanodegree programs to help advance your programming skills. Neat Resources by Aaron Scirocco. Infographic is pinned from Lifehacker.com

Cómo usar la técnica Pomodoro para aumentar tu productividad

Udacity is a Massive Open Online Course(MOOC) website that you can browse all course and nanodegree programs to help advance your programming skills.  Neat Resources by Aaron Scirocco. Infographic is pinned from Lifehacker.com

This Graphic Helps You Pick Your First Programming Language

Udacity is a Massive Open Online Course(MOOC) website that you can browse all course and nanodegree programs to help advance your programming skills. Neat Resources by Aaron Scirocco. Infographic is pinned from Lifehacker.com

Learn the Science of Cooking with a Free Online Course from Harvard

Cooking a meal in your kitchen is the same as conducting a science experiment in your lab. This free online course from Harvard University will teach you how to do both.

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World Health Organization Drafting Global Plan on Drug Resistance. Is That Enough?

World Health Organization Drafting Global Plan on Drug Resistance. Is That Enough? | Science Blogs | WIRED