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Hi, As the title said, I made a Khan Academy style video in an attempt to get my non-technical friends and acquaintances into Emacs. Most of the videos on YouTube were mainly aimed at programmers(I'm a CS major myself), so I thought I could try to make Emacs a little friendlier to the everyday person(Maybe I should've used my tiling window manager set up and used Emacs in a VM instead, to make the video a little more approachable.. :P) . I'm extremely new to making videos and presentations in general, and the quality of this video is pretty bad compared to the other videos out there! However, I tried my best and spent hours(doing multiple takes of this specific video) on it(I guess that's what's counts?)? Would you guys kindly check it out(it's 34 minutes long but I speak pretty slowly, so watching it at 2x speed should help with that?)? Feedback is greatly appreciated!
Other notes before I give you the video link:
  1. I say "ums" and stutter a lot.. I don't really know how to fix that other than just reading from a script, which I don't want to do because I don't want to make my video ingenue. Hopefully I get better over time.. I also laugh at my own jokes, and have "zoomer"(cynical) undertones.. Although in hindsight I find these traits rather awkward and somewhat immature, it's something that's a part of my personality and it's something that makes my video more human and genuine, qualities that I strive for when making these videos.
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Here's the link to the video: (deleted the video. check my second edit.)
Again, thank you in advance for watching and giving feedback on some of the things that I might be missing in my video, if you do decide to watch it. I know the video is really bad, and I'm sorry in advance if this video was very awkward and weird to watch. Thank you so much.
(In the spirit of our lord and savior Richard Stallman, and the Free Software Movement, I chose to first upload the video to LBRY rather than the proprietary g****** that is YouTube. I'll probably have to reupload to YouTube in the future if I want visibility though).
Edit: I just woke up, rewatched the video, and realized just how bad my video was. I'll keep the video up for now, but I'll probably delete it(or rename it) and redo parts of it(again.. ughh), do some editing magic, and reupload it. It was rather impulsive of me to make a post on Reddit.. Thanks for your advice!
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Acceleration Course Order

This guide is for people with software experience looking to accelerate through the WGU CS program and minimize context-switching.
Disclaimer: I'm not currently enrolled at WGU and most of it is speculation based on my limited research.

General education (21 CUs)

  • C455 English Composition I
  • C464 Introduction to Communication
  • C100 Introduction to Humanities
  • C255 Introduction to Geography
  • C963 American Politics and US Constitution
  • C165 Integrated Physical Sciences
  • C683 Natural Science Lab
What: Get general education courses out of the way.
Why: They're distracting from the program's focus.
How: Transfer as many as possible from prior college experience or online courses (Study.com, StraighterLine, Saylor Academy, Sophia.org). Otherwise, complete them first.

Mathematics (7 CUs)

  • C958 Calculus I
  • C955 Applied Probability and Statistics
What: Get general mathematical courses out of the way.
Why: They can be time-consuming (especially calculus), which can be expensive when taken at WGU compared to alternatives. It makes sense to take them consecutively, as you'll keep the same mathematical mindset and be used to do practice problems on paper using a calculator.
How: Transfer from prior college experience (if less than 5 years old) or online courses (Study.com, StraighterLine, Saylor Academy, Sophia.org). Otherwise, complete them first.

IT (10 CUs)

  • C180 Introduction to IT
  • C961 Ethics in Technology
  • C779 Web Development Foundations (HTML/CSS)
What: Get easy IT courses out of the way.
Why: Get some quick credits and build some momentum. Helps with the acceleration mindset by breaking the "speed limit" mindset.
How: Start with the PA (Pre-Assessment). If you score high enough, just go straight to the OA (Objective Assessment). Remember, all you need is a passing grade, and failing once isn't the end of the world.

Software (19 CUs)

  • C173 Scripting and Programming - Foundations
  • C867 Scripting and Programming - Applications (C++)
  • C482 Software I (Java)
  • C195 Software II (Java)
What: Get practical software courses with compiled languages (C++, Java) out of the way.
Why: These courses require a more practical hands-on programming mindset than other more theoretical courses. They don't involve a lot of memorization and new knowledge. They use C++ and Java, which are both compiled languages that benefit from an IDE. They can take some time, but shouldn't be too challenging. Once you're done with them, you won't have to use C++ or Java again in this program.
How: Put down the books and just go through the questions/tasks.

CS (19 CUs)

  • C959 Discrete Mathematics I
  • C960 Discrete Mathematics II
  • C949 Data Structures and Algorithms I
  • C350 Data Structures and Algorithms II (Python)
  • C951 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Python)
What: Get the most challenging CS courses out of the way.
Why: They're the most challenging courses in the program and everything will feel easier once they're dealt with. They're more theoretical and overlap in knowledge and mindset. You'll need to practice and not just memorize content. They're the core of your CS education and they deserve a lot of undivided attention. The last 2 courses are the only ones in which you'll need to use Python in this program.

Hardware and security (12 CUs)

  • C952 Computer Architecture
  • C191 Operating Systems for Programmers
  • C836 Fundamentals of Information Security
  • C172 Network and Security - Foundations
What: Get the hardware and security courses out of the way.
Why: They're some of the most memory-intensive courses and contain a lot of knowledge and vocabulary. You'll need patience and a memorization mindset. Some of the knowledge overlap, which is why it makes sense to take them together.
How: You'll need to memorize a lot of knowledge. You could benefit from using flashcards.

Data (11 CUs)

  • C175 Data Management - Foundations (SQL)
  • C170 Data Management - Applications (SQL)
  • C993 Structured Query Language* (SQL)
What: Get the data management courses out of the way.
Why: These are the only courses where you'll use SQL, and there is some overlap between them.
How: It is often recommended to take CS204 at Study.com prior to enrollment to replace the notoriously difficult C993 course at WGU. The recommendation usually extends to CS107 and CS303 at Study.com, which replaces C170 and C175 at WGU, because of the overlap. However, WGU is expected to replace C993 with a more reasonable course, which makes this recommendation less important. If you take C993, you'll need to take the test at a Pearson Vue test center.

Project (21 CUs)

  • C176 Business of IT - Project Management*
  • C846 Business of IT - Applications*
  • C857 Software Quality Assurance (OA)
  • C188 Software Engineering (PA)
  • C768 Technical Communication (PA)
  • C964 Computer Science Capstone
What: Complete your degree with higher-level project-oriented courses.
Why: These courses have a human and collaborative aspect to them. They teach you how to communicate, work in a team, consider users, etc. They're less technical and more integrated. They're the more extrovert courses of this program. It makes sense to take them together as they have some overlap. They're not the most challenging courses of the program, which makes for a smoother completion of the program. The first 2 courses are certification courses (Project+ and ITIL) and follow the only other certification course of the program (C993). This means that you'll take all 3 certification courses back-to-back, which you might find helpful.
How: Start with the 2 certification courses to get them out of the way. Aim to finish at least all but 1 course within the term, and ask for a 30-day extension to finish the last one.

My plan

I have an AAS in Computer Science and 10+ years of experience programming. I hope to complete WGU's CS degree in 6 months, but I know that 12 months might be a more realistic expectation.
Transferred courses:
  • General (4/7)
    • Introduction to Communication (B&M college)
    • Introduction to Humanities (B&M college)
    • Introduction to Geography (B&M college)
    • American Politics and US Constitution (Study.com's Political Science 102: American Government)
  • Mathematics (2/2):
    • Calculus 1 (Study.com's MAT204 Calculus)
    • Applied Probability Statistics (Sophia.org's Introduction to Statistics)
  • Data (3/3):
    • Data Management - Foundations (Study.com's CS107)
    • Data Management - Applications (Study.com's CS303)
    • Structured Query Language (Study.com's CS204)
Optimistic month-by-month breakdown:
  1. General education + IT (19 CUs)
  2. Software (19 CUs)
  3. CS (8 CUs)
  4. CS (9 CUs)
  5. Hardware and security (12 CUs)
  6. Project (17 CUs)
  7. Extension (4 CUs)
Let me know if you find this course order realistic or helpful.
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