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Stories of Support
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Day in the Life of a Start-up
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Positive Impact and Celebration of Entrepreneurship
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Learn to MakeEntrepreneurship isn't simply having an idea, it's about making it a reality. Many skills are needed to bring a venture to life. For web startups, hacking/coding/developing/programming is a fundamental building block.
Luckily, it's easier than ever to get started. Here's some free resources to begin that stress learning by doing (including courses/content/credit stemming from places like Stanford, MIT, UC Berkeley, etc.):
- http://www.udacity.com/ : Building a Search Engine with Google's co-founder making guest appearances, Programming a Robotic Car, Web Applications, Cryptography, etc.
- http://www.coursera.org : Content from multiple universities, including a Software as a Service intro teaching Agile Development using Ruby on Rails.
- http://mitx.mit.edu/ : 1st free MIT Course is on Circuits & Electronics.