Bertrand Meyer

Bertrand Meyer is Professor of Software Engineering at ETH Zurich and Chief Architect at Eiffel Software. He is an authority in software engineering, programming languages and object-oriented programming. He is particularly known for his books, which have exerted a profound influence on the evolution of programming, and for his introduction of the concepts of Design by Contract.
More info: http://se.ethz.ch/~meyer/

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Agile Software Development (edX)

Learn fundamental agile concepts to enhance your software development skills. Agile methodology has taken the software development industry by storm. Everyone wants to be agile, but what does it really mean and how do you achieve agile development?
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Computing: Art, Magic, Science - Part II (edX)

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Learn functional programming, design patterns, loop invariants, and more in part 2 of this introductory programming course.
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Learn the basics of Information Technology and how to write quality programs in this introductory computer science course. Information Technology (IT) is everywhere. Every aspect of human activity depends on it. All IT processes, whether they drive mobile phones, the Internet, transportation systems, enterprise systems, publishing, social networks or [...]
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