Google Code University: Learn programming the Google way

Google Code University website contains courses on topics like Ajax, Distributed Systems, Web Security and languages like C++, Java and Python.

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Google Code University website provides tutorials and sample course content. Using this content students and educators can learn more about current computing technologies. In particular, this content is Creative Commons licensed which makes it easy for Computer Science educators to use in their own classes.

There is also a section called CS Curriculum Search which lets a user find teaching materials which have been published to the web by the faculty from Computer Science departments around the world. The search can further be refined to display just the lectures, assignments or reference materials from a set of courses.

The Tools101 section contains tutorials about Databases, MySQL and also concepts like Software Configuration Management.

Go ahead and check it out by clicking here.

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Cheers

Vaibhav

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3 Responses

  1. Great tips, i found all information i was looking for, i will use some of them.

  2. Very nice 😉 btw very good tips i will use some of them. Some i did not knew.

  3. […] Google Code University: Learn programming the Google way […]

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