Computer Science

15 channels
Channel Computerphile


Videos all about computers and computer stuff. Sister channel of Numberphile.

Channel craigndave


Craig and Dave are two teachers of Computer Science at secondary schools in Gloucestershire, UK. Flipped classroom videos for the teaching of Computer Science A'level. These videos have been mapped against specific exam board specifications, but will be suitable for other specifications not included. These videos will be updated as we learn more from past papers and mark schemes, so don't download, use the playlists instead. Supporting resources can be found at

Channel CS50


This is CS50, Harvard University's introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. Demanding, but definitely doable. Social, but educational. A focused topic, but broadly applicable skills. CS50 is the quintessential Harvard (and Yale!) course.

Channel Eli the Computer Guy

Eli the Computer Guy

I have left YouTube, but am continuing my work over at

Channel OSFirstTimer


What Computer operating system are you using on your computer right now? Windows 8? Mac OSX Lion? Ubuntu? Did you know there's thousands of operating systems that you could potentially be using! But are they better than what you already have? Lets find out and see what operating systems we can find out in the wild and throughout history. About My Computer: Alienware Area 51 Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-5960X Processor (8-cores, 20MB Cache, Overclocked up to 4.0 GHz w/ Turbo Boost) Memory: 32GB (4X8GB) DDR4 2133MHz SDRAM Memory Hard Drive: 512GB SSD 6Gb/s Main + 4TB 6kRPM SATA 6Gb/s Storage (I will also put a 3TB and 2TB that I already own into this) Graphics Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX™ Titan Z with 12GB GDDR5 – Dual GPU Card

Channel The PC Security Channel [TPSC]

The PC Security Channel [TPSC]

The PC Security Channel is your goto place for cybersecurity, brought to you by a malware analyst who is addicted to running ransomware. I started this channel in 2011, when I was relatively inexperienced and what a journey it's been. What kind of content do I usually produce? -Security Talks where I cover interesting news/events -Malware Demonstration and Analysis videos | Meet Malware -Antivirus Reviews | Product comparisons | Security Tests -Educational/Informative commentary videos about cybersecurity topics -Basic Tutorials and How To guides All of this is curated into relevant playlists so you can easily find exactly what you are looking for.

Channel Ben Eater

Ben Eater

Subscribe to see tutorial-style videos about electronics, computer architecture, networking, and various other technical subjects. If you want to see more on a particular subject, leave a comment and I'll try my best to add more. If you'd like to support my work, please do!$eater bitcoin:1EaterJkmmuJWfm8hvULrMJGm7R8JgXTL8 bitcoincash:1JUjEErUjkgBVJP28GH6LKihvEUJ1RGZhx

Channel Code

Code is a non-profit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science education by making it available in more schools, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of color. Our vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer programming. We believe computer science should be part of the core curriculum in education, alongside other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses, such as biology, physics, chemistry and algebra. is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization.

Channel Computer Science

Computer Science

This channel covers various concepts from the field of computer science including processor and computer architecture, the functions of operating systems, databases, networking and web technology, logic gates and Boolean algebra, and of course programming concepts. Dynamic, abstract, data structures such as stacks, queues, linked lists, trees and graphs are described, including algorithms for manipulating these. Sorting and searching algorithms such as the merge sort and the quicksort are also described in detail, including animated descriptions, pseudocode and implementation code. This also includes programming techniques such as recursion and the object oriented programming paradigm. Programming with Visual Basic.NET (VB.NET) features particularly. This content is targeted particularly at A level students, but includes material which is also suitable for younger and older students.

Channel Destin Learning

Destin Learning

Thank you for visiting our Youtube channel. Destin Learning was founded on the principle that everyone can learn and should be able to learn at their own pace. We believe learning should not be constrained by time and location. Please consider subscribing to our channel as we are adding new material frequently. We author classes on software development and topics such as Microsoft .NET development, Java, cloud computing and Salesforce development. If you use Twitter, you can find us at To get the most out of our channel download our free Course Guide here: I really appreciate you spending time with us on YouTube! Sincerely, Eric Frick President DestinLearning

Channel Joe Collins

Joe Collins

This channel is dedicated to promoting the EzeeLinux project which helps educate and inform viewers about the GNU/Linux operating system and the community that uses it. :)

Channel Joe James

Joe James

Learn math and computer science with a focus on Python and Java programming, brought to you directly from Silicon Valley. Joe James holds a masters degree in computer science and an MBA, lives in Fremont, California and is a tech industry veteran currently working as a Software Engineer at Samsung. If you like my videos please click Like, and subscribe to my channel. I welcome any comments and feedback. You can get most of the code from my videos at the GitHub link below. Contributions at the Patreon link below are always welcome.

Channel Kano Computing

Kano Computing

Don't just stare at this screen. Make your own. Don't just "hit subscribe." Code buttons and networks. Easy peasy. This is Kano. We demystify technology. So you can make the world do something new. Buy computer kits, and start coding right away, at



The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) conducts research in all areas of computer science and AI, such as robotics, systems, theory, biology, machine learning, speech recognition, vision and graphics. Here you'll find videos showcasing the exciting research being done at CSAIL.

Channel Network Engineer Academy

Network Engineer Academy

This Channel [Network Engineer Academy®] provides world-class technical training and non-technical training to the platform of I.T. Network | System Engineers. Network Engineer Academy® delivers content, information and strategies of unparalleled quality and detail within a framework designed from the ground up to facilitate success in your I.T. career, for you to Accelerate, Position, Market, and Sell yourself as a High-Paid Bad-Ass Network | System Engineer in today's market.