Larry Ellison, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg... all computing icons and all only got part way through college.
Now you too can reap the potential rewards of only getting a little bit of a university education: Stanford University has begun offering its iPhone Application Programming course for free via the iTunes U service.
Okay, so it's not exactly like being at Stanford to take the class in-person, but given the mental and physical state most of us were in throughout college, you're probably capable of absorbing the material just as well as the average undergrad.
Between this and the free MIT classes, one can now build a fairly impressive web-based academic record.
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