Lecture 18 | Programming Paradigms (Stanford)

Posted in Development, Science, Web Technologies on June 17, 2009



Lecture by Professor Jerry Cain for Programming Paradigms (CS107) in the Stanford University Computer Science department. In this lecture, Prof. Cain discusses the synchronization directive by using the ice cream store simulation as an example.

Programming Paradigms (CS107) introduces several programming languages, including C, Assembly, C++, Concurrent Programming, Scheme, and Python. The class aims to teach students how to write code for each of these individual languages and to understand the programming paradigms behind these languages.

CS 107 Course Website:
http://www.CS107.stanford.edu/

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http://www.stanford.edu/

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