This spring, Tanay Jaipuria started Tea With Tanay, a website where friends and strangers can sign up for 30 minutes of tea-fueled conversation with Jaipuria.
The Lede Program, a post-bachelor program designed for those with little to no background in computer science, will teach computer science and data analysis in the context of journalism.
Christopher Poole, the founder of 4chan, delivered an informal talk on Monday evening in Lerner Hall, in which he candidly chatted about the popular image board, addressed concerns about anonymity, and fielded questions about startup businesses.
Yan and He’s Homework Help, which can handwrite answers to math problems, won the first prize at this year’s PennApps, one of the largest student hackathons in the world, held at the University of Pennsylvania.
There is no Bitcoin billboard in Fort Greene, or even a sign. I was somewhat surprised to discover this after getting off the A train at Lafayette Avenue. After all, I was in the supposed hub of Bitcoin in New York City, so wouldn’t they want to shout it from the rooftops?
The help room for computer science and applied math, housed in available classrooms on Barnard’s campus, added two additional teaching assistants, expanded from two to three times a week, and is being utilized by more students on a regular basis this semester.
The fourth annual ADI DevFest will start on Feb. 1, culminating in a 24-hour hackathon a week later. Over 700 people have signed up for this year’s event, a new record that prompted organizers to see a larger space.
The Application Development Initiative, a group of coders and developers, is looking to change the way that Columbia students engage with tech culture.
Computer science is filled with opportunities for women, who are currently a minority.
What does it take to be named the world’s smartest person? Three Graduate School of Arts and Sciences students will find out this summer in a programming contest known as the Battle of the Brains.
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