CS61C - C, Mips, and Computer Architecture - UC Berkeley

This is the final class in the CS61 Series at UC Berkeley. The class focuses on more low-level programming including Mips, caching, performance, parallelism, pipelining, CPUs, memory management, and more. It also touches on a few more specific topics such as RAID, virtual memory, and modern microprocessors. The course uses a variety of different languages such as C, Java, Mips, and more.