Christophe Bisciglia, Course Director.
Christophe graduated from UW CSE in 2003 and has been at Google
ever since. He spent his first 3 years working on systems infrastructure
for search quality and search personalization. He is now focused on
modernizing undergraduate computer science education and promoting open source software. Talk to Christophe
about: how the course is going, ideas to make things better, questions
about course concepts, questions about industry vs grad school, questions
about Google and/or the software industry in general. Christophe
holds office hours every Friday.
Hannah Tang, Instructor.
Hannah graduated from UW CSE in 2002. During her time as a student,
she studied educational technology and was honourably mentioned for the
Bob Bandes Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2001 and in 2002.
After serving as the instructor for CSE 326, she entered the software
industry and has been there ever since. Together, Albert and Hannah
will lead lectures and answer questions about course concepts, as well
as answer questions about the software industry.
Albert Wong, Instructor.
Albert graduated from UW CSE in 2004
and has spent his time since then in the software industry. Albert
spent a great deal of time as a TA and lab consultant, racking up TA'ing
experience at all levels of the curriculum; CSE 142, 143, 326, 451,
and 490gk are some of the courses he has TA'ed.
Together, Albert and Hannah will lead lectures and answer questions
about course concepts, as well as answer questions about the software
John Zahorjan, Faculty Consultant.
Alden King, Lab Consultant / TA.
Alden is a current undergraduate. He spent the summer working
at Google and figuring out many of the technical details necessary
to offer this course. Alden provides lab support for six hours a
week. Talk to Alden about problems with HaDoop, the cluster, your