With early college admissions under way for many universities around the country, we got to thinking: Which colleges have the best coders in the world?
This article was originally published on Forbes TL;DR: Right now, there’s a cultural push to untie the historical link between advanced math and programming that could partially deter engineers from entering the field.
This is the 2nd of a 2-part article in which HackerRank CEO & Cofounder Vivek Ravisankar evaluates why self-learning is the new normal of CS education. The first is on artificial intelligence here.
This is the 1st of a 2-part article in which HackerRank CEO & Cofounder Vivek Ravisankar evaluates why self-learning is the new normal of CS education. If all humans have the same brain capacity—about 300 million pattern recognizers in our cortices—then what made Albert Einstein special?
This article also appeared on Tech Crunch There was a time when Stanford University was considered a second-rate engineering school.
Why do engineers love to ask fundamental linked list and tree questions in interviews when you rarely code these problems in real-world development?
Every computer scientist knows the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Silicon Valley is acclaimed as an innovation hub in the public eye, but dramatic technological breakthroughs occur in the halls of university research labs all the time.