What do you want to know about Udacity? #MeetUdacity

With less than a week until Udacity’s first Global Meetup event, we want to know: what do you want to know about Udacity?

As part of our live broadcast through USTREAM, Sebastian Thrun, Udacity CEO and founder, will be answering YOUR questions. Whether you will be tuning into the live broadcast or re-viewing it on our USTREAM channel, we want to hear your questions.

To submit a question, please tweet it and include #MeetUdacity. We will be collecting all of the question submissions and picking a handful to answer during the broadcast.

In addition to answering your questions, there is a bunch of Udacity team members and instructors who will be joining in to say “hello.”

From our Palo Alto location, you can expect to hear from: Sebastian Thrun, Udacity CEO and instructor for Intro to Statistics, Peter Norvig, instructor for Design of Computer Programs, Steve Blank, instructor for How to Build a Startup, Dave Evans, instructor for Intro to Computer Science, and Andy Brown, instructor for Intro to Physics.

From our San Francisco location, Steve Huffman, co-founder of Hipmunk and instructor for Web Development; from New York City, Michael Littman, instructor for Algorithms, from New York City, and from Berlin, Joern Loviscach, instructor for Making Math Matter!

Thank you to everyone! Your participation and enthusiasm surrounding this event has been truly inspiring to the Udacity team. We can’t wait to meet all of you on September 15!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10864438872563110163 Pablo Albarracin

    Done!!, already posted my question !!

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    A recent Deloitte report highlights Udacity as a model for the next generation of higher education. Authors Bill Eggers and John Hagel argue that we need to think ahead of the curve and beyond the bounds of traditional brick-and-mortar institutions. Udacity fits the bill. The full report is available at <a href="http://www.deloitte.com/us/talentopportunity” target=”_blank”>www.deloitte.com/us/talentopportunity and the Udacity reference is on page 13.The

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