Computational Thinking

Instead of solving one big problem, solve several smaller, easier ones.


Computational thinking is a structured approach to problem-solving used by software engineers to bridge the gap between human minds and code. Learn about computational thinking—and how to translate your existing business thinking to enable and accelerate your data-driven initiatives.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the different types of thinking that developers—and their machine coworkers—use to solve problems and execute processes
  • Know how to see the smaller steps within complex problems that match how computers 'think'



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