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At University I follow 3 course about algorithms. As more and more university give to Internet program and slides about his courses.

What are the best resources
- university courses put on web
- academic journal on algorithms
- professor
- algorithms specialist
- etc, etc ..

to be update in algorithms fields ?

For example if I know the most important person in algorithms field are X professor at Y university.

I can follow the suggested book/reference for his/her university courses and get updated on advance in algorithms.

Someone have some suggestion to follow advance in algorithms fields ?

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The best resource is stack overflow. –  Lirik May 2 '11 at 21:25

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A good start is to look at all the conferences in the field of algorithms and read the proceedings. By the time you reach the current editions you'll typically have a good grasp of what's going on. Look at the typical conference ranking list and start at the top-ranked conferences under "Algorithms and Theory".

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