Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Programming Paradigms (CS107) in the Stanford University

When I have a free minute I’m watching this channel on YouTube. It is advanced computer science course in Stanford University (CS107). This is very interesting and useful course. It has already cleared up some points that were fuzzy for me. The course is about programming paradigms like a procedural paradigm, OOP, Concurrent programming and even Functional programming. There are several languages used for the course and C, C++, Scheme and Python are among them. The special respects to the teacher, for his clear explanation with big number of examples and for his friendly manner of teaching. If only I had such teachers when I was at University... Currently I’m on the third lecture and keep on watching.

4 comments:

plotnick said...

Still holding on the course of becoming programming Ninja!

Good.. good. good.!

Bashir Magomedov said...

Издеваешься? :) Какая еще ниньзя, мне до ниньзи как до Нью-Йорка пешком.

Ilya Troitskiy said...

Thanks for very useful link.

Bashir Magomedov said...

2 troists: You are welcome.