I'm a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology with a minor in Machine Learning. The Georgia Tech CS program is ranked 7th nationally, among all the CS graduate schools, according to the USNews. Being such a competitive school, entails being knowledgable, too. In the lab that I do research, we implement our algorithmic prototypes and ideas using variety of programming languages, especially when the library that you are interested in is available only in one languag... [more]
I have a Bachelor and a Master's degree in computer engineering and have taken many programming courses as requirements for my past curriculums. I've done numerous big and moderately sized projects in Java.
Probability and Discrete Math are two crucial elements in every CS program. As a graduate researcher, I'm very comfortable with these.
As part of any CS program, I have taken a number of graduate courses such as discrete mathematics, advanced mathematics, graph theory, algorithms, data mining, etc. all of which are based on and require a solid knowledge of Discrete math. As a graduate student with GPA of 4.0 I have mastered DM as well as many other related courses in CS.
I have a MSc and a BSc in Computer engineering and I have passed several courses in programming including C and Python.
I have a Bachelor and a Master's in computer engineering and have taken many programming courses as a requirement by my past curriculums. C is the first language the CS/CE students are taught.
I have a MSc and a BSc in Computer engineering and I have passed several courses in programming.
I have been coding ever since I was in high school. I have completed a high number of projects from the idea to design, and to programming. MATLAB is one of these statistical tools, and is used heavily by the machine learning community, including me.
I'm very proficient in Perl because we use it regularly in our Bioinformatics Research.
I have been coding ever since I was in high school. I have completed a high number of projects from the idea to design, and to programming. I know quite a large number of languages (including but not limited to Perl, Python, MATLAB, C, C++, Java, Java Script, etc.), however, Python and MATLAB are the ones I deal with every day as a researcher in machine learning.