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For questions requesting teaching/classroom resources for a specific topic or lesson. To get a good answer, ensure your request is specific to a certain type of resource, and does not invite excessively broad or opinion-based answers. Check some of the highly voted example questions in this tag to see how to ask a good 'resource request'.

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Error free solution manual for “Introduction to Algorithms” by Cormen et al. for self study or alternative method to tackle them single handed

I am a CS undergraduate student, strictly speaking I am fond of studying theoretical CS subjects, the corresponding books just attract me. Now in theoretical CS we probably have algorithm design and ...
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Small to medium scale exercises about Haskell's higher abstractions

Short version: Where can I find highly varying, small or medium-sized exercises and examples on the use, identification and instance declaration of Haskell's abstractions such as applicatives, monads, ...
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Scheme - Which book To Use [closed]

I am preparing to teach Scheme now, so I need a good reference book. I like books which can dig deep, with none of the beginner level introduction stuff that some books like to spend time on. So, ...
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Understanding Introduction to Algorithms, 3rd Edition

I'm taking a course on data structures and algorithms and it follows the book Introduction to Algorithms, 3rd Edition (ISBN-10: 9780262033848) by Charles E. Leiserson, Clifford Stein, Ronald Rivest, ...
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Computer Engineering student with Holes in my knowledge (i want to improve)

I'm a computer engineering student, I definitely have my strengths and weaknesses like any other student. And, I would like to improve upon areas that I'm either struggling in or completely missed in ...
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Ideas for introducing databases to Android development students

I teach an Android development course to students who have had two full years of Java experience - including a year of data structures. In the past, my students have used services such as Firebase, ...
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Services-centered design

I am having some difficulties to find free access documentation, lecture notes, scientific papers, or books, on a course I have to give. Course topic is "Services-centered design". Course ...
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Learning about the Blockchain

Since this is a very hot topic, I would love to offer an elective in Blockchain technology next year (and possibly in cryptocurrencies as well). I know that my students are already very enthusiastic ...
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Is there any detailed video lecture series which uses “Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools” by Aho et al as the text book as a bible?

I am interested in learning Compiler Design , and from many resources I came to know that "The Dragon Book" is a good textbook. (Below are the two editions of the said textbook. [Red Dragon ...
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Historical standard order of topics in imperative programming textbooks [closed]

Bit of history: The Darmouth Basic Manual (1964) follows a common order of exposition: expressions, variables, constants, assignment, tests/loops; calling subprograms being considered an "advanced ...
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A quick ruby crash course

I have some students in highschool who already understand programming concepts (generally), and are fairly familiar with Python's syntax and logic, and have a beginning awareness of OOP in Python. I'd ...
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A better database management system, for teaching databases

I have been teaching databases, over the last few weeks, to key-stage 3 pupils (year 7 and 8). The school I am at uses Microsoft's Access. This seems adequate in many ways. However it has many ...
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Book recommendations for self studying Data Structures in depth in an elegant manner

I am a student from CS background. I am currently going through "Introduction to Algorithms" By Cormen et. al. $\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad\quad$ It is indeed a ...
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Textbook or video lectures to develope intuition for solving any unseen Graph Theory problems

Background Hello, I am a third year undergraduate in CS. I am eager to pursue higher education from one of the best institutes in out country. For that I need to write a competitive exam, named GATE ...
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How to create webpage slides for teaching?

I have PDF slides prepared in Latex. I would like to have all of my slides in a website where students can find all learning materials, animations, examples, etc. Do you have any experience with ...
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Operating System Concepts by Silberschatz and Galvin, how much down the edition timeline can I go to safely understand the core-concept

I am student from CS background and I have Operating Systems in my upcoming semester. A simple search around the internet revealed that that Operating System Concepts by Silberschatz and Galvin is ...
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Principles of Compiler Design v/s Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools by Aho, Ullman

Now for a student who is trying to master the subject of "Compiler Design" which book should he/she follow (written by Aho, Ullman)? 1) Principles of Compiler Design By Aho Ullman (1977) I ...
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Becoming a master from a newbie at Computer Science and Electronics [closed]

I want to learn about Computers and Electronics and presently don't hold any kind of degree in the same. My urge to learn is entirely driven by my interest and curiosity for these subjects. I will be ...
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Self Learning Quantum Computing and helpful resources that can aid, guide and teach Quantum Computing from CS&E perspective

Most technologists have some basic understanding of quantum computing. Quantum bits are represented by qubits, and information isn’t simply a zero or one, it can be both at the same time, representing ...
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Looking for a text book on object-oriented concepts and programming

I'm looking for a text for a course in object oriented programming. Most of the students will have done some programming courses in the past, but the background of the students is varied so the ...
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Beginner Javascript course - recommended books

I was asked to teach Javascript to total beginners. Since it would most likely be free of charge, I would rather not spend time making my own slides and material. I would follow a book or some other ...
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How to give students practice with streaming computation?

I'm teaching a theory-focused randomized algorithms course at the undergraduate level, and have included a section on streaming algorithms. It would be great to get students to implement these ...
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Materials on database indexing with examples

Is there any good source/textbook with notes about db indexing with examples?
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Setting up a cloud-server SSH login procedure for a class? (AWS)

I'm trying to set up a remote cloud Linux server with multiple logins for a class in Linux basics, BASH and C programming. We want our students to be forced to work exclusively in the shell to improve ...
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How to construct non computer-based, Paper Parsons Problem

I was reading this article “Ten quick tips for teaching programming” by Neil C. C. Brown and Greg Wilson at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5886386/ It had many useful suggestions one of ...
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introduction materials to the actor model?

I am looking for some introductions to the actor model. I don't mind books in specific programming languages, as long as they don't distract away or restrict the presentation of the model Is this a ...
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Is there a good book for combinatorics for programmers?

The book should be easy to read, or at least average. The level for reading such a book is the MATH and CS school curriculum. It should also be expanded on topics related to CS, and also be narrated ...
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Is there a good textbook for writing an interpreter in an imperative language? [closed]

Can anyone recommend a good textbook for writing interpreters (not compilers) that don't use languages like Scheme or Haskell?
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Search for a useful interactive programming environment

More interactive environments are easier to learn, but the text based ones I have seen lately don't let you change your mind. I have used Read–Eval–Print Loop (REPL) environments. However these are ...
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Creating a complete application

Good day, I have learnt the basics of C++ and now know how to write simple console applications using codeblocks. I would very much like to create a fully functional application like a calendar or ...
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Mnemonics to remember the TCP header fields

I am bad at memorizing things. So could anyone recommend me some mnemonics, so that I can remember the fields of the header... Thank you.
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Looking for puzzle/game programmes, so students can write solvers

I was playing some logic puzzles, and was thinking that they would be good for students to program solvers, that can be plugged in to the game logic. Some of the quantities to make them useful, in ...
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Resource (preferably video) explaining working of page coloring in details to solve problem of aliasing in Virtually Indexed Physically Tagged caches

Here is a question that was asked in the GATE CS examination. It asks to find the number of bits required to color the pages to remove the problem of aliasing in VIPT caches. My peers out there ...
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Detailed video lecture that gives in-depth explanation of the intuition behind Fibonacci Heaps operations

I was going through the text Introduction to Algorithms by Cormen et. al. but faced some issues with the Fibonacci Heap section, especially the intuitive working of the charging and discharging of the ...
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Detailed video lecture series that follows “Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach” by Henessy Patterson

I want to do self-study for Computer Architecture and I wish I could get hold of a detailed video lecture series that goes hand in hand with the classic text "Computer Architecture: A Quantitative ...
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(FOSS) Application to show/explain compilation?

I'm looking for an application that I can compile live, in class to show the students that compilation takes time, but brings speed benefits in the end, whereas interpreted languages always take time, ...
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Textbook on Optimization

Can anyone suggest some good textbooks on optimization for MSc level? Books with more concrete applications and examples on real problems would be more appreciated. I am more interested in algorithm ...
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Programming exercise Tagging

I wondered what attempts were made to use tag(s) with programming exercises so that anyone can search / find (etc.) exercises just like books in a library. For example (in user story format): As a ...
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Is it easy for professors to get academic versions of software from IBM?

I'm developing a big data algorithms course, and would love to teach students how to use IBM's InfoSphere streams platform, which I once used years ago. Does anyone have experience reaching out to ...
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Video lecture series for automata theory or theory of computation based on Peter Linz's text book

Not long ago I had asked this question. Sipser is a good book and the lectures by Harry Porter using Sipser text is awesome. But the thing is that is there any lecture series using Peter Linz's text ? ...
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Computer Science Theory with Haskell?

Do you know of any courses using Haskell to illustrate Computational Theory topics?
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Spring core exercices

I'm actually studying (free studying using online books) to pass the Pivotal Spring core certification and i need some exercices (online or pdf) to practice in order to master the framework as well, ...

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