Automating the Future of Work

Every tech innovation introduced into the workforce replaces at least part of someone's job. This is an almost imperceptible change, for now. But when robots can replace jobs faster than we can find new ones, the future of work will change forever.


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A year ago I committed myself to studying computer science from home. I wanted to learn not just the syntax of programming languages, but also the theory of computer science as a field of study. The Open Source Society University is the best resource for this.



While meant for beginners, CS50 is in no way easy. Professor David Malan gives you the tools you need to do anything with C, but then asks you to crack problems like resizing an image at the lowest level of computing and writing a spell checker. Best of all, the content in CS50 is immediately useful and relevant. It's the best way to start learning coding for people who aren't easily deterred by difficult problems.


Introduction to Computer Science and Programming using Python

While CS50 had a great start, the last part of it transitions into Python and it doesn't spend enough time introducing you to the Python syntax. Instead this course from MIT focuses entirely on recreating many of the same concepts you learn in CS50 using Python.


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I'm a writer, creator, Canadian expatriate, and gamer. I graduated from Humber College in Toronto with a Bachelor of Journalism. Since then, I've begun expanding my portfolio with journalistic work as well as multimedia personal projects. Most recently, I've working through the Open Source Society University course list

I've been published by Skedline.com, Enthusiast Gaming, and Macleans Magazine. For myself, I sometimes publish materials I use in tabletop RPGs.

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