Who are Udacity’s Top Ten Meetup Communities?

Saturday marks Udacity’s first ever Global Meetup Day! Over the course of just a few weeks, Udacity students have done a tremendous job self-organizing for this event in cities across the globe.

We are excited to have Steve Huffman joining us and hosting our San Francisco Meetup at Hipmunk, and Michael Littman as a special guest at the New York City Meetup! In Palo Alto, Sebastian Thrun and the Udacity team will be joined by Peter Norvig and Steve Blank. And in Germany, Joern Loviscach will be joining the Berlin Meetup and potentially bringing along some internet friends.

We are also really happy to announce the top ten communities that have grown the largest and who will be receiving a video phone call, via Skype, from the Udacity team during their event!

  1. Koyampattur
  2. Bangalore
  3. Accra
  4. London
  5. Delhi
  6. Tanjah
  7. Pune
  8. Barcelona
  9. Beijing
  10. Bombay

Meetup organizers in these cities should look out for an email from Udacity. We look forward to meeting you this Saturday!

If you still want to attend a Meetup in your area and have not yet RSVPed, do it today on Udacity’s Meetup Everywhere page!

Also, don’t forget, you can add photos from your event to the Udacity Meetup Everywhere Flickr group!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02896064182282137528 Naveen Panwar

    India have a huge crowd of learner's and with the teacher's like this they can make it up to something remarkable, like you can see there are five Indian city's in top ten meetup communities.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11314349807808516565 Gvenez

    India has a huge crowd because there are huge gaps in the college/university and education access

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06922072767760558593 Nikhil Bansode

    I am from India and udacity has changed my life.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/05564454609896378131 Ritesh Singh (Arya)

    Now, I think I shouldn't procrastinate anymore. Last night, I was reading a detailed article about Sir Sebastian Thrun, I was left with only one thing in my mind – stay udacious!