5 New Courses for Tech Students on Coursera

Coursera is  highlighting a handful of new and popular tech courses. We highly recommend these courses created by the world’s best universities and companies. Below is the list of 5 new courses for tech students:-

Swift 5 iOS Application Developer by LearnQuest

This Specialization is made for anyone who is willing  to learn how to create Applications s using Swift and iOS. This program consists of four courses teaching basics of developing Apps and how to sell them on the app store.

Practical Data Science with MATLAB by Mathworks

MATLAB is a high-performance programming language for numerical computing. For example, when some calculations take a lot of time then engineers or scientists use this language to solve complex and lengthy numerical problems in seconds.This program will give you the skills and confidence that you need to achieve practical results in Data Science easily and quickly. It will provide you free access to MATLAB for the duration of the specialization to finish your work.

Getting Started with Google Sheets by Google Cloud

Google Sheets is a free, cloud-based application that helps you to create and edit spreadsheets. No matter you are working at desktop or tablet or from smartphone, it helps you organize, analyze, and share your most important data. This online course will let you know how to create your own spreadsheet while learning input and format your data.

Futures Thinking by Institute for the Future

Do you want to bring positive change in your personal and professional life then this specialization will teach you how to think like a futurist. This program is for anyone interested in opportunities for innovation and invention faster.

IBM AI Enterprise Workflow by IBM

IBM have designed this specialization to prepare students to take the certification examination for IBM AI workflow V1 Data Science Specialist. This specialization is a complete and end to end process that gives data scientists to make AI solutions.

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