Is it possible to complete a four year computer science degree from MIT in just one year?
That is what Scott H. Young is out to accomplish.
Today on the Expert Enough Show, we sit down and talk with Scott H. Young about how to learn things rapidly and how he has already completed 17 of the 33 MIT courses described above.
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