Friday, May 15, 2009

CompSci videos at Stanford

I came across some very interesting videos published by Stanford. These videos are recordings of some computer science courses offered at Stanford. I still have not had a chance to see all of them, but I am sure they will be very informative.

  • Programming methodology series at Stanford (lectures 23/24 may be useful for developers who already know programming) - video
  • Programming abstractions series at Stanford (looks like an interesting lectures. They focus on data structures, implications of using certain data structures, recursion, algorithm analysis like the Big O notation) - video
  • Programming paradigms series at Stanford (Talks about imperative, OO, & functional programming. Also discusses many good low level things like pointers, big/little Endian, representation of data as bytes, and also touches on algorithms, assembly code, etc) - video
  • Machine learning series at Stanford - video
I hope you find these useful. I will share more links as I discover them.

1 comment:

pate said...

Thanks for posting these, I was aware of the mp3s of some courses, I didn't know about the video collection though. I'm sure I'll be watching a lot of these.