A Random Walk Toward a Net Positive

by Derek Kane, Deka Research and Development  dgkane64@gmail.com ~ Today, I am investigating whether magnetic resonance imaging can evaluate cell viability as we attempt to grow replacement organs: hearts, lungs, kidneys, etc., for patients who need transplants. I believe the child I was at five would approve. Of course, I also have a two hour... Continue Reading →

Academia trained me for a BIG career

by Peter D. Horn ~ I am honored to share some career advice with the young and mathematically-inclined. When I fit that description, I felt a lack of diversity in the opinions and advice I was hearing from my mentors. This wasn't their fault, but mine. Classic case of selection bias, as I only sought... Continue Reading →

5 CS skills I wish I learned in college

       Lindsay Hall, Software Engineer (Google NYC) ~ I started working full-time as a software engineer (SWE) at Google NYC in 2012, after graduating from Harvey Mudd College with a degree in Math and Computer Science. Prior to joining full-time, I did 3 SWE internships with Google, working at YouTube in the San Bruno office... Continue Reading →

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