Free Online IT Courses [May, 2015]

Every month we prepare a list of the most interesting and useful IT courses that you can attend online and for free. If you like the idea of studying on the go and fitting your studies around your job while learning from the same courses as college students, then online courses are a great idea. Online courses will give you the opportunity to learn with more flexibility so you can participate while still balancing work, family, and rest.

Don’t miss the chance!

Computer Science

Practical Machine Learning
Johns Hopkins University
4th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Developing Data Products
Johns Hopkins University
4th May, Go to Class on Coursera

R Programming
John Hopkins University
4th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Getting and Cleaning Data
Johns Hopkins University
4th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Computer Science for Beginners
Harvey Mudd College
12th May, Go to Class on edX

Algorithms, Biology and Programming for Beginners
University of California, San Diego
18th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Information Security and Risk Management: An Overview
University of Washington
18th May, Go to Class on Canvas.net

Software Defined Networking
Princeton University
25th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Algorithmic Thinking (Part 1)
Rice University
29th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Engineering

Understanding Wireless: Technology, Economics, and Policy
University of Notre Dame
18th May, Go to Class on edX

Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
University of West Florida
18th May, Go to Class on Canvas.net

Programming

Programming in Scratch
Harvey Mudd College
5th May, Go to Class on edX

Programming Mobile Applications for Android Handheld Systems: Part 1
University of Maryland
6th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Programming Mobile Services for Android Handheld Systems: Administration
Vanderbilt University
6th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Introduction to Java Programming (Part 2)
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
18th May, Go to Class on edX

An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Part 1)
Rice University
22nd May, Go to Class on Coursera

MongoDB for .NET Developers
MongoDB University
26th May, Go to Class on MongoDB University Courses Page

Mathematics

Applied Logistic Regression
Ohio State University
11th May, Go to Class on Coursera

Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp 2
Johns Hopkins University
18th May, Go to Class on Coursera

So choose a course that may interest you the most, and just remember that a certificate is useless without knowledge and experience.

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