Please note: I'm not selling anything here, I'm just looking to gauge interest in an advanced programming course, and perhaps brainstorm about where people's interests lie. Many people have learned a programming language, but when it comes to really automating tasks, there are significant challenges to overcome. That's where I would come in. A bit of background about me: I have a degree in Computer Science and am currently about to start my last year of a graduate degree at Oxford Before going back to work on a graduate degree, I worked for 10 years as a software engineer. I have a vast amount of experience in high-end software development, with expertise in artificial intelligence and automation. I've had job offers from Google, Facebook, and Amazon. I routinely get offered £500-£600/day contracts I used to compete internationally in programming contests such as Google CodeJam and TopCoder, and have gone as far as World Finals In the context of Internet Marketing I've written a lot of my own very unique tools, for example: I have my own bots for twitter and a lot of other social networking sites I've written my own unique article generator I've written a tool to automatically detect potential high-value domains that are dropping (based on popular words). I've used it to secure I have my own scrapers that extract content on certain topics I have also written very advanced bots for video games such as World of Warcraft, and a bot that plays chess on chess.com These are built on advanced techniques including searching, sorting, state machines, image recognition, markov chains, dynamic programming, string matching, game theory, etc. Obviously, this is NOT for beginners and you will have to know how to program, but there are no other prerequisites. Initially I would take a small group (about 5 or so people) and there would be regular video lectures, as well as assignments and 1-to-1 time with me to discuss assignments, questions, etc. Would this be something that anyone here would be interested in? If anyone is interested I'd be happy if you could let me know your thoughts on this.