I have taught courses on econometric and computational methods. References from some past and current courses are included below. I also share some other short presentations. One of these is on scraping the web with Python, and why this might be something of interest for economists, and the other is on estimating dynamic models with a MATLAB (from a series of lectures written with Abi Adams and Simon Quinn in Oxford, 2013-2014). Further details on these MATLAB lectures are available in our textbook.
Thanks to Stijn Dreesen, a series of solutions to the exercises presented in the book have been put together, and these are available here: https://github.com/StijnDreesen/MMintro. This is a recommended source of solutions, and is available to download or fork.
Notes (last updated August 2020)
Notes (updated 2018)
Notes (in Spanish)
Scraping the web with Python
Dynamic Models in MATLAB
Slides (finite horizon) Code
Slides (infinite horizon) Code