On Jan 2, 1:09 am, haziz <hsa...@gmail.com
> What public or open-courseware resources are available for C programming particularly at an intermediate level? I have actually taken the CS50 course via Harvard Extension so I am looking for other resources. Coverage of data structures using C rather than Java would also be welcome. Prefer video resources (videotaped lectures in particular). Focus on Unix programming at the command line level also welcome. I am also going through K&R to reinforce my comfort with C even though I just finished the formal programming course.
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You could try CS107 video course from Stanford. It is named "
Programming Paradigms", but most of the course deals with C. The
lecturer is very good.