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December 17, 2004

Who's Teaching AOSD?

I finally got around to collating the responses to the question I posed the aosd-discuss and aspectj-users list a few weeks ago: who out there is teaching a course about AOSD or AOP, or that includes some content on the topic? I'm really pleased to see how many replies there were, and just how much is going on in this space.

I've tabulated the results on the AspectJ site here. Many of these courses have online materials that you can browse. Note that not all of the entries are AspectJ courses, many of them teach other systems and approaches too. If you're teaching an AOP course and I haven't got it on the list yet, please let me know and I'll add you. If you're in academia, and your university isn't teaching some AOSD content yet, isn't it about time you started? ;)

In a similar vein, if you're looking to pick up some new skills in the new year, you could do worse than check one of these out.

Posted by adrian at December 17, 2004 06:54 PM [permalink]


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