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Posts tagged ‘Georgia Tech’

While I may have graduated, many people I know have not done so yet, and ask me what classes I found the most useful. Here’s a short list for anyone looking to take something meaningful.

In my last post I gave some figures on how much my degree cost. One thing in those that I did not take into account was inflation. If you remember the last graph from the previous post, you can pretty clearly see tuition rising, but was it really rising that quickly? I looked up historical […]

I dug up some data in OSCAR and ran it through the Google Charts API to present to you the following infographics about the cost of my BS Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Note that this does not cover costs of food or housing paid while living off-campus, or on-campus costs during […]

Hack Week 2010 Submissions

March 15th, 2010

At the moment, I’ve uploaded what Hillary and I created during Hack Week to http://www.disavian.net/hacku/, and am reposting that here. We ended up submitting six hacks, and won an award entitled “Flood the Hack” in part because nobody had attempted to submit that many hacks in a competition, and because Christian also enjoys making lots […]

Fall 2009 Registration

April 11th, 2009

Every time one semester begins to end and it comes time to register for the next, I have a particular system that I use to determine my schedule for the next one. I’ll list what classes I’m looking at and solicit feedback, both on the system and the classes/professors in question.

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