Google Teaches Programming Class At University Of Washington
Google class debuts at the UW via the SeattlePI reports that Google is holding a class at the University Of Washington to teach a unique style of programming. Google software engineer Chistophe Bisciglia dreamt up the idea to spend 10% of his Google time teaching a class on “creating programming prodigies and revamping the way colleges teach computer science.” The article explains that this course will “teach students to use 40 computers to solve problems such as how many times the word “mild” appears on the Internet and which “mild” is most relevant to Internet users.”
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