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최근에 지인이 GRE 공부를 시작해서 열심히 단어를 외우고 있습니다. 시간이 촉박할 때에는 그것이 가장 좋은 방법이고 많은 분들이 그런 식으로 공부를 하고 계시겠죠. 하지만 영어 공부를 이렇게 벼락치기식으로 해서 실생활에는 별로 도움이 되지 않는다는 사실은 모두 잘 아실 겁니다. 예로 … Continue reading
I recently had to summarize my experience in the masters program here at Stanford, so I decided to take this opportunity to describe it here on the blog as well. Looking back on the past year and a half as … Continue reading
Stanford is inviting people to participate in some of its most popular courses for free! Machine Learning Introduction to Databases Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Additional courses, such as the foundational algorithms class by Tim RoughGarden, are offered here. … Continue reading
I’ve heard many people complain about this, but why do researchers insist on sharing their data in a PDF document? Especially a 600+ page PDF table in which the columns select before the rows (sometimes). Tiers of data sharing: Platinum: … Continue reading
Whenever I try to get people around me to get into programming, they say that it’s too hard. Maybe this would change their minds? Apparently it’s a very user-friendly program for learning Ruby, no prior programming experience required. If you’re interested … Continue reading
These tutorials at Software Carpentry cover some of the more important concepts that do not get enough attention, such as version control, using the shell, etc. Best to acquire good habits early on!