Logic is the foundation of all computer programming. In this video you will learn about set theory.
🎥Logic for Programmers Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWKjhJtqVAbmqk3-E3MPFVoWMufdbR4qW
🔗Check out the Coding Commanders YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/codingcommanders
🐦Commander Candy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/codingCommander
Learn to code for free and get a developer job: https://www.freecodecamp.org
Read hundreds of articles on programming: https://medium.freecodecamp.org
And subscribe for new videos on technology every day: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=freecodecamp
This Post Has 19 Comments
It is wonderful ❤❤❤
I have never seen such a beautiful use of ❤Mathematics ❤ before.
I beg you please make this kind of videos. please…please make more…..
Vertical Video Syndrome
CC on fCC FTW!! Nice job!
Thank you for the tutorial/class. It helps
Set theory breaks problems so elegantly your algos must be sweet. Thanks for this.
Great video, really liked her way of explaination!
you should voice a Disney character.
you have a nice voice
Is this going to keep going?
OMG, this video is so awesome! I'm currently studying both PHP+MySQL along with JS+JQuery and while my syntax is always perfect, the logic is sometimes incorrect. The code is always doing something, just not always what I intend it to do! I checked out some programming theory books from the library but all the examples with the symbols just confused me more!
After watching both of your logic videos, I am now able to clearly comprehend what the theory books are meaning and making much needed additions & corrections to my logic. Finally, my code is starting to respond in the ways I desire! Please keep up the great work!
Did you have a cold during the filming of this vid?
Thank you for teaching this topic so amazingly.
is this the last video in this series?
This much about of knowledge is efficient for programming??
CC can you elaborate in a sentence or two, what exactly is an Object, element, and datatype? I don't get the difference between these terms though am a little familiar with coding and high school math
amazing good job! LOL