Monthly Archives: May 2016

IBM’s Big Data University: Free Online Learning With Over 400,000 Students – Forbes

It is widely forecasted that a shortage of skills in data science and analytics will mean a great deal of money is wasted through missed opportunities in coming years. Traditional academic establishments have begun to move to fill the gap. However, most courses teaching the hot topic skillsets such as […] Continue reading

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Why there is no Hitchhiker’s Guide to Mathematics for Programmers

Originally posted on Math ∩ Programming:
For those who aren’t regular readers: as a followup to this post, there are four posts detailing the basic four methods of proof, with intentions to detail some more advanced proof techniques in the future.…

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Learning Programming — Finger-Painting and Killing Zombies

Originally posted on Math ∩ Programming:
Zmob, my first (and only) original game. By the end, the breadth and depth of our collective knowledge was far beyond what anyone could expect from any high school course in any subject.  Education Versus Exploration I’m…

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