Get into hardware
The most notable difference between hardware and software engineers is in the numbers. According to the Department of Labor, in 2012 the US had over
Stanford Should Think Twice Before Offering High School Coursework for College Credit
Last month The Stanford**Daily published an op-ed criticizing Stanford University for failing to offer a pre-calculus class. Written by Daily Columnist Kristian Bailey, the
Stanford AI Professor Leaves to Start Online Education Startup
Sebastian Thrun, a Stanford Professor of Artificial Intelligence and the man who led the team that designed Stanley, Stanford’s famous self-driving car that won
Competing in Code at Stanford
From debate tournaments to math competitions and football games, the range of competitive opportunities for student interests is diverse and exciting. But for computer scientists
YouTube Instant Developed by Stanford Junior
Worth a Repost: SNAFU Instead of SLAC?
![SLAC linear accelerator](http://msnbcmedia.msn.com/i/msnbc/Components/Photo/_new/081028-coslog-insideslac-465p-1045a.jpg)Could have been a SNAFU...perhaps SLACers are a better choice.
The Other Senate: Cribbing Code
This is a continuation of my series “The Other Senate” about the reports and goings-on of the Faculty Senate. Search “the other senate” to find
The Other Senate: Big Money Inventions?
This is the first in a series of posts I plan to make about reports to the Faculty Senate entitled The Other Senate, first mentioned
Some Quick Back of the Envelope Math About the Class of 2014
Stanford announced recently that it had accepted a record 753 early applicants for the class of 2014, out 5,556 that applied (that’s a