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Computational Thinking

This self-paced CertPREP IT Specialist Computational Thinking course focuses on knowledge needed to describe data storage; bits and their storage; representing information in bit patterns; data and programming; data manipulation; arithmetic/logic; programming data manipulation; algorithms; the concept of an algorithm; algorithm representation; algorithm discovery; iterative structures; recursive structures; efficiency and correctness; programming languages; historical perspective of programming languages; traditional programming concepts; procedural units; object-oriented programming; software engineering; the software engineering discipline; the software life cycle; software engineering methodologies; modularity; tools of the trade; quality assurance; documentation; the human-machine interface; data abstractions; basic data structures; related concepts; customized data types; classes and objects; abstract models; database systems; database fundamentals; the relational model; object-oriented databases; traditional file structures; data mining; social impact of database technology; artificial intelligence; intelligence and machines; perception; reasoning; theory of computation; functions and their computation; Turing machines; universal programming languages; a non-computable function; and complexity of problems. Designed for professionals in both non-technical or technical roles, this course focuses on the critical thinking and decision-making skills needed for success at the IT Specialist level.


The goal of this course is to provide you with all the tools you need to prepare for the IT Specialist Computational Thinking exam to increase your chances of passing the exam on your first try.

IT Specialist Computational Thinking

Excluding Sales Tax
    • Lessons
    • Video learning
    • MeasureUp Practice Test for IT Specialist Computational Thinking (INF-308). Practice Mode with remediation and Certification mode to simulate the test day experience.
    • Labs
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