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Udacity launches deep learning nanodegree foundation program

Greater compute power and power efficiency has made deep learning algorithms ubiquitous in our world. Deep learning has found its way into self driving cars, … 389 more words


Boy is better

He was feeling slightly better last night, and fairly better today morning.

Took him along for the run, having planned to drop him home after 2 miles if he struggled. 193 more words

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Creating a Puzzler VR Game


I created the Puzzler VR game as part of the Udacity Virtual Reality Developer nanodegree. The goal was to create a simple mobile VR version of the classic ‘Simon Says’ game to demonstrate VR capability to people new to VR. 781 more words

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How I built EventMe - My Udacity Success Story

Ever wished that you had an app that will have all the events happening around you at your finger tips? If yes, the answer is EventMe. 101 more words


Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC): The Revolutionary New Mode Of Free Education

In the education world the year 2012 can, without the slightest pinch of skepticism, be called the year of Revolution, the year of the MOOC. 699 more words

Lessons from 3,000 technical interviews… or how what you do after graduation matters way more than where you went to school – interviewing.io blog

The first blog post I published that got any real attention was called “Lessons from a year’s worth of hiring data”. It was my attempt to understand what attributes of someone’s resume actually mattered for getting a software engineering job. 34 more words


Final hours of 2016

Just a few more hours before the new year, I want to write a short reflection on my coding journey this past year. Before Udacity, my learning was inconsistent, and I did not have a clear career plan. 322 more words