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Google Code University (code.google.com)
150 points by va_coder on Mar 21, 2010 | hide | past | web | favorite | 6 comments



The general (not just "languages" section) site being http://code.google.com/intl/en/edu/


This isn’t exactly the same thing, but for anyone interested in the tech/science side of photography (optics, human color vision, silicon sensors, algorithms converting raw camera data to usable images, &c. &c.), I recommend Dick Lyon’s series of “Photographic Technology” lectures at google, a couple dozen hours of material:

http://www.dicklyon.com/phototech/


Thanks for alerting me to this. There's also a lot of great stuff available from the 'iTunes University' - whole video lecture series from Stanford among others. You can also access most of the support material through the Stanford website. It's awfully generous of them!


"New Features in the Next C++ Standard" doesn't work (deleted by user), anyone got working link?


I also really like http://proglit.com/core-units/

More geared toward beginners, it covers basic programming concepts, C, Javascript, Java, Clojure, etc.


No functional programming languages? (Except for the bit in Python.)




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