Introduction to CompSci Introduction to CompSci / tutorial / free

A full course from Stanford (also the longest) on programming methodology, pop, decomposition, encapsulation, abstraction, etc. Entire course uses Java.
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This is a really great course... I didn't get to finish it (yet) but it's really really nice. You do use Java but it's really more of a side affect, the course really focuses on programatic ways vs learning the entire Java stack.

You can also get their latest eclipse package that will run on Mountain Lion... by googling their cs106a class. The one that is in the link won't run on newer macs.

The books are available in PDF form for free by googling them.

I'm going on a sabbatical soon and I can't wait to tear into this, their following prog. abstractions course, and Harvards CS50 =)

SkinnyGeek1010, over 4 years ago

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