Newsletter from March 12th, 2015. Browse all newsletters
|Thursday, March 12|
|Fill up: Our favorite links this week|
|You're a programmer, Harry|
|If you need a laugh, read: If programming languages were Harry Potter characters. Everyone says C has been dead for… well, more than a decade, but have we destroyed every horcrux?|
|SVG pocket guide|
|This "pocket" sized guide shows you how to understand and write your own SVGs through clear examples (with fruit images!).|
|5 great ideas for Apple Watch|
|There are some amazing apps just waiting to be built for Apple Watch. Will you build the next heart monitor? Or the ultimate navigator? Get thinking.|
|The only probability cheatsheet you'll ever need|
|This 8-page cheatsheet comes from Harvard's Introduction to Probability course and highlights everything from Bayes' Rule to multivariate distributions and covariance.|
Last month, a new Thinkful data science mentor asked for some advice on how to be an effective mentor. Fellow mentor Rohan Kekatpure, a data scientist at Intuit and Stanford PhD, responded brilliantly with a few emerging themes from his own sessions.
We share some of the insightful conversations that take place within our education and mentor teams in our latest blog post.
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