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Google: Introduction to Distributed System Design

Update: Google added videos on Cluster Computing and MapReduce. There are five lectures: Introduction, MapReduce, Distributed File Systems, Clustering Algorithms, and Graph Algorithms.

Advanced website design depends on deep distributed system design knowledge. Where do you get this knowledge? Try Google. They have a a whole Code for Educators program with tutorials and lectures on AJAX programming, distributed systems, and web security. Looks pretty nice.

Reader Comments (1)

Yep... Google rock.
I guess that this is just (another) part of their API.
GData is very good when it comes to open their services and allow other 3rd parties to 'hack' stuff using Google huge distributed system.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterJack

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