Harvard, what’s up?! What’s up?! Graduates, faculty, class marshals, President Faust, Dean Khurana, honored guests, parents, confused tourists, friends, bored siblings and other family members, thank you so much for having me here today and Congratulations to all of you, particularly the class of 2016 and congratulations to the parents.
[Seminar: Making an Attractive Website with CSS] [Ben Shryock, Harvard University] [This is CS50.] [CS50.TV] Hi, everyone. My name is Ben Shryock. I’m a CS50 TF, and I’m here to teach you today a little bit about CSS. The title of my presentation is “Making an Attractive Website with CSS.”
Hi. I’m Amol Bhave and this is my story. I’m 17 years old and live in the Indian city of Jabalpur. I ride my bicycle seven kilometres to school daily. I’ve always been interested in electronics and physics. This is my computer. I’m using it for the 6.002x course and
So, first of all, thank you very much for having me here at the Inspire Series. It’s worked dramatically, I’m already inspired to be addressing this really August intellectual gathering of people from Harvard, a place that my mother thought I will never reach. But you know what, lot of
[MUSIC PLAYING] DAVID MALAN: All right. This CS50 and this is lecture 7 wherein we pick up where we left off last time in talking more about Python, but this time using Python for even more powerful purposes, an alliteration I didn’t intend until I just said it there. But
[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: All right, this is CS50, and this is, sadly, the end, where we wrap up the semester and take a look back at the past several weeks, give you a look at what’s ahead in the next several weeks, and then really the next several years,
>>THOMAS STEWART: I am Tom Stewart, Editor and Managing Director of the Harvard Business Review. Our guest today is Michael Porter, Professor at Harvard University and Head of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness. He is the author of the forthcoming HBR article, “The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy”.