I told my mentor "I am getting frustrated! I don't know why my code is not working! And he answered "One of the most important skills to develop is to know how to debug. Why don't you print some lines within your code to help you know what is going on" Magic words! 🙌💻 Thank you David!
Kellie Dinh '19 spent the summer interning with @buzzfeed as a #hackNY fellow: bit.ly/Kellie_Dinh
While internships with well-known companies can often be intimidating, Kellie felt prepared to contribute to her team while learning complex technical skills. .
“Bryn Mawr helped me feel like I deserved to be there. In meetings, I was never afraid to voice my opinions," Kellie says.
In the early part of the millennium, our founders noticed a growing trend. Traditional electronics manufacturing companies were becoming less flexible and more difficult to work with. We're just the opposite. #screamingcircuits#pcbassembly#rapidprototying
“Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable.” -William Pollard || #working#computerscience#tech#technology#nerd
We has such a wonderful time at the #Azerbaijan International #Education Exhibition with @mars_academy🧡 We joined them for their Master Class where they taught new users the ins & outs of Polyup. Best part: Students couldn't get enough! Mission accomplished🙌🏼
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Oh, wow those first 50 days really flew by 😅
So, I'm back on track to finish week 8 of the ML Course. I started with the coding exercise today after, after watching through all the videos yesterday. I'm super hyped up, since there are only two exercises left with this and this means I'm pretty close to finishing this course 😃