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I'm a beginner in this whole Computer science domain. (Beginner at 20??)! I already learned little bit of C but I switched to Java because I want to work as soon as possible! I'm doing good progress! but I feel I need to study algorithms! Most of what I do now is quite literal! I write things as if I'm explaining them to somebody, they usually lack efficiency!
I bought the famous "The art of computer programming" Volume 1. but I come across the MIT algorithm videos right after! should I watch them first? they seem quite advanced!
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