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January 29, 2014, 01:57:41 AM

I would like some advice on what type of CIS classes I should take if I wanted to become involved in the the technology of Bitcoin i.e. programming, Linux hacking (I don’t mean anything nefarious) etc. I work in IT for a really terrific company that will flat out pay my tuition to get a Bachelors Degree. I don’t mean I gotta pay and get reimbursed but all I have to is get C's or better and they pick up the tab for the semester. I have already started by just taking some MAT, PSY, ECO, and ENG classes but now I want to get into some computer science stuff and my new-found interest in this technology  has me wanting to take some classes that will relate to this technology. Any advice on some classes that would enable me to both understand what is really happening with this technology and to contribute to it?
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January 29, 2014, 04:22:29 AM

Well to program CS graduates typically take several core classes

Intro to CS
Data Structures
Algorithms Analysis

For Bitcoin programming , after you've finished the core you can take cryptography. but coursera also offers a cryptography course so you can take it for free there.

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