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The students are lurking all over the world; most of them have full-time jobs, leaving only the wee hours of the morning for reviewing lectures and tackling homework sets–a habit shared by many of Stanford’s engineering students but for different reasons. Some watch the videos as many as 20 times apiece. One geographic disparity: Chinese students account for less than 1% of the online cohort, largely because the videos are delivered via YouTube and China is (for the most part) blocking YouTube. … [Read more...] about YouTube U: The Power Of Stanford’s Free Online Education
As far as possible, seek an immediate advance package from the company so that any financial liabilities in terms of loan installments and credit card dues can be paid off for about two to three months. Also, an employee should insist on getting an official letter or email from the organisation to this effect. … [Read more...] about Explained: Lost your job during COVID-19? Here’s what to do
Glickman got the computer bug early. One day, when he was around six, his mother asked him to change the batteries in a transistor radio. He wondered instead about the electronics inside. His mother was impressed by his curiosity, so she enlisted a family friend who was an engineer at Sperry Univac, an early computer company, to teach her son everything he knew. “By the time I was seven, I was building my own circuits,” Glickman says. “And by the time I was nine, I had built my own computer.” … [Read more...] about Can an artificial intelligence learn to beat the stock market?
At Cupini’s, an Italian deli, for instance, there are Chromebooks set out on a counter near an espresso machine for customers to tinker with while they wait. The deli itself stayed open all night to accommodate coders. True to the City of Fountains’ rep for midwestern hospitality, even those workers who snuck off for a few hours of sleep could also take the laptops home to keep working sporadically. Many of the area’s residents organized to offer free fiber-enabled rooms for hackers from as far off as San Francisco and Austin, Texas. Other attendees piled into several homes that have already been converted into what’s called the KC Startup Village, a collection of homes that formally double as business incubators. Ben Barreth is the founder of a local program called Homes for Hackers, which lets some coders live rent-free full-time as long as they promise to build while in-residence. “I said, ‘Hey would anyone like to volunteer and let a bunch of … [Read more...] about People At Google Fiber Hackathons Are Nicer, Get More Kittens