Category Archives: MOOC

Our Rockstars Are Not Like Your Rockstars, or Andrew Ng is back

Do you remember Andrew Ng? I am going to remind you anyway. Six years ago University of Stanford launched three online software courses called Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Introduction to Databases. (I registered for ML and DB then). The … Continue reading

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To speak… or not

With my love for MOOCs, I am currently going through¬†Mastering the Software Engineering Interview¬†from University of San Diego. It’s part of the specialization I am taking; otherwize I might not have tried it. I’ve just only finished the first week, … Continue reading

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What would you say to a job guarantee?

A few days ago I got a newsletter from Udacity about them adding something new to their Nanodegree Program – a Job Guarantee. This is the first time I see something like that. Yep, there’s a first time for anything, … Continue reading

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Cluster Analysis – Coursera

I have been taking MOOC courses sometimes, mainly Coursera as it’s been the first and for some time the only course provider I knew. The first three courses they offered were Databases, Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence; I took the … Continue reading

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