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Hi all! My friend and I are offering a live interactive class on the "Fundamentals of Programming". Learning should be live and social. Even if it's online. Sailesh and I LOVE teaching. It's what makes us feel most alive. Sailesh is currently working as a Senior Software Engineer at Facebook. He has taught formally as an Adjunct Professor at GSU, as well as many other programs/universities. Across all of these engagements, over 200 of his students have received job offers. And the reason why his students perform so well is because his classes are interactive, and because they practice every day. We thought this was only possible in person, but then we decided to experiment and bring that learning experience to you, for free, online. We will have interactive coding assignments, quizzes and you can talk to us directly through the live chat. Starting today, classes are Monday and Wednesday at 8 pm EST/5 pm PST. People with any prior level of coding are encouraged to join us. While a basic understanding of programming concepts (loops, if statements, printing, = vs ==, etc.) is useful, it's not required. You can find out more about the curriculum and sign up here: https://keat.co/upcomingclass/fundamentals-of-programming-1612212653701x556236334813151200 Let me know if you have any questions! See you soon hopefully! - Sorusch
Hi, I'm looking to apply to graduate neuroscience phd programs but I'm having difficulty looking for a program with PIs that conduct research in my interest area. I want to do research on the learning and memory of neurobiology. Specifically with nootropic drugs to cure cognitive impairing disease. I'll generally find 1 PI in any one program doing similar research but would like to see a program with at least 2 or more PIs doing this research. any universities come to mind? No location restrictions besides being a US grad school. Thanks