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#Tutoring has become an important discipline to improve #STEM education background.
Here are some interesting stats about STEM:
1. 10.2 million people work in STEM in US in 2021.
2. Average annual #salary for STEM workers is around 90k USD and thus more than double the average.
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Harsh reality: It will take you 10 years to realize how great our college curriculum is and how critical the core Computer Science subjects are.

Do not get misguided by these "EdTech cum SalesTech" startups and influencers. Everything at scale just boils down to
- Operating system concepts: Mutex, Semaphores, Critical Sections, Thread, Sockets, etc

- Database Internals: Query optimization of Database

- Distributed Systems: Need I say anything here

- Computer Architecture: To understand why vertical scaling has a limit
- Networking: Securing infra, optimizing routing, BGP protocol, CDN, TCP, UDP, etc.

- Multimedia Processing: If you get to build a live streaming platform

to just name a few
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 02/21/2022…
Meet Twist: MIT’s Quantum Programming Language Keeping tabs on data entanglement keeps reins on buggy quantum code…
#QuantumProgrammingLanguage, #DataEntanglement, #QuantumCode
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Happy first day of #BlackHistoryMonth! To celebrate, we'll periodically take time to honor the brilliant Black minds that have contributed to our field over the years. A thread: Image
First up in our series: @6Gems, who founded @BlackGirlsCode after noticing the severe underrepresentation of minorities in the startup world. Bryant's nonprofit has enabled many young black girls to create meaningful work & go on to become leaders in their communities. #BHM2022 Image
@6Gems @BlackGirlsCode Katherine Johnson was a human computer whose calculations were essential to @NASA's Project Mercury, Apollo 11, and more. When the space program switched to digital computers, Johnson helped confirm the accuracy of their calculations. Image
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Attending the school of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences research retreat #PAMRR2021 @Griffith_Uni

Thankfully it's made accessible via Teams for those of us unable to physically attend.

Might share some little insights from the presentations
Welcomed by the enthusiastic, encouraging, and humble @JennyAKEkberg and reminded to connect our research and funding with community and industry and engage in research cross-pollination. /1
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#PegasusProject #OrderAnalysis❗️ Long Thread Alert 🧵

BIG NEWS: The Supreme Court of India has constituted a technical committee to investigate the allegations of #Pegasus use against Indian citizens. 1/14…

It is to enquire and investigate whether the #Pegasus spyware was acquired by any Government; whether it was used on phones/devices of Indians to access stored data, eavesdrop, intercept information; and/or for any other purpose. 2/n
The Committee can also make recommendations regarding new laws around #surveillance to secure the right to #privacy as well as about establishment of a mechanism for citizens to raise grievances grievances if they fear they are under illegal surveillance. 3/n
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The Tech Evangelism in out country feels extremely disconnected from "Tech".

We have the same people stuck at 40% learning spreading knowledge on 10% in a recycled loop.
#tech #programming #computerscience
The content on "How to use GitHub?, How to use LinkedIn effectively? Build your own personal brand?" is so exploited over the past 2 years it almost feels like nobody is programming after the freshman year.
Why is it rare to find people at 80% of the journey imparting knowledge at 50%-70%?
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Finally, launching CS.CODE.IN, 12 Months Online Computer Science Engineering program with a focus field on Web Application Development.

Our CS grads can outperform any top level UG CS School grads across the globe in terms of graduation standards.
This is one of my ambitious CS program, where I’m debuting with @codedotin team to produce web devs with core CS knowledge & Engineering mindset.

Here is the gist of what technical skillset you can expect from a CS grad at

🧵A Thread 🧵#ComputerScience
1) Systems Programming : C, Bash

2) Algorithms & Data Structures , Analysis of Algorithms with Python

3) Essential Mathematical skills for a programmer.
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After an amazing response last week, I’m super excited to LAUNCH TODAY my FREE #SciComm #YouTube tutorial series for #Scientists & #researchers across disciplines on how to create your own #animated #videos for #Science #Communication. Pls SUBSCRIBE & RT! 5 videos to start! 1/7 Image
Video 1 - SciComm: #Animation training for Scientists - A brief introduction to this #tutorial series 2/7

Video 2 - SciComm: Animation basics in #aftereffects – Part 1 - setting up, basic shapes, strokes and colours 3/7

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[DAY 21/24]

For this last #AdventCalendar week, (re)discover our Let's STEAM resources! Starting with #HandsOn #STEAM activities for #home or in the #class, inspired by #societal, #artistic and #scientific challenges👏

⤵️ Discover them in the thread below!
Start easy mixing #music, #mathematics and #computerscience

Discover the #GuerillaGardening initiatives, #smartgardening #DIY projects as well as the @farmbotio #OpenSource #CNC Farming solution!

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Discover several resources offered by the @CaiCommunity!

#ErasmusPlus #ArtificialIntelligence #programmingisfun
Learn how to #program #code with #python 👩‍💻👨‍💻🧑‍💻…
Discover the French #Mooc @FunMooc @classcode_fr "L’Intelligence Artificielle avec Intelligence"…
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As PI, I am looking to hire two full-time, full-stack experienced #python developers for #quantum #computing for an exciting and growing project I started and lead here with a wonderful and growing team based out of New York.

MAIN POST: (see...
requirements here)
Second post:

Required Technical and Professional ...
* Must have strong python developer skills (6+ years)
* Must have strong knowledge of object-oriented software design principles

Preferred Technical and Professional ...
* Quantum physics background and education
* Some experience with physics or engineering simulations

Ideal to know: defining abstractions & interfaces, PEP8, linting, magic methods in python, github, software design principles, rapid prototyping speed, demonstrated ...
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❓ Do you know what comparison-based sorting algorithms are?

Did you know that sorting algorithms that are *not* comparison-based can run faster?

A short thread 🧵 ... 1/3

#ComputerScience #100DaysOfCode
Comparison-based algorithms:

🔹 Repeatedly ask "is this element smaller/bigger than this other element?". A function that acts as a black box answers these questions.

🔹 Are general-purpose. No assumptions are made about the input data.

Examples: Quicksort and Mergesort. 2/3
Non-comparison-based algorithms:

🔹 Make strong assumptions about the input data (for example, all elements are small integers).

🔹 Can elude the O(n log n) lower bound of comparison-based algorithms and run in O(n) time.

Examples: Counting sort and Radix sort. 3/3
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I am really thrilled to release #AutoSpill onto @biorxivpreprint. It is a novel method for applying compensation to #flowcytometry data, which reduces the error by ~100,000-fold. It is thanks to AutoSpill that we can push machines to their max colours…
#AutoSpill is a beautiful example of what #maths can add to #immunology, led by the talented Dr Carlos Roca.

It has really open up my eyes to the potential of #computationalbiology, and is the reason why we have a new #datascience position available:…
So how does #AutoSpill work? If you just want to compensate your data, simply upload your single colour controls to and then copy the spillover matrix to your #flowcytometry program of choice

@CarlyEWhyte can walk you through the whole process in <2'
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A thread of Free courses (that I believe are of good quality and $0 - atm)

CS50: #ComputerScience Courses and Programs from Harvard - - @edXOnline
Automate the Boring Stuff with Python - - @AlSweigart
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Emotion aware technology
Facial recognition is capable of much more than merely identifying the subject of a photo or video
In fact, recognizing an individual is just the beginning of what is possible...
Emotion aware technology allows the viewer to get a glimpse inside the heart and mind of the subject by analyzing subtle facial movements in real time
How might this new technology be used by consumers, private corporations, and the government in the future?
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Excited to sit in on the Innovation Lab “Law and Technology” Demos of the interdisciplinary collaboration of @NorthwesternLaw and @NorthwesternEng tonight! Follow #NLawCS for live tweets from the event!

@NLawBizTech @DanLinna
@ProfDSchwartz is talking about @NorthwesternLaw's many law and technology offerings. "We're trying to be at the center of a really exciting time for innovation in law and technology."
@KJ_Hammond is up next, talking about @Northwestern's unique CS+X initiative. "Some of the things that [CS] is building . . . will have impact on the nature of the law." "For us, we're going to figure out a partnership" between #computerscience and #law.
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