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Jasmine Eng - Financial Operations

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CTBN July 2021 Forum

Cornell Technology Business Network presents the July 2021 Forum. Supply chain disruption! Over the past 18 months, we've all experienced them in our daily lives: from toilet paper, to PPP,…

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10-27-2017 - George Markantonis

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12-02-2016 - Mia Kyricos

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Managers Forum 1/15 - Q&A and Closing Remarks

Kathy Burkgren, AVP of Organizational Development & Effectiveness, facilitates a Q&A with attendees. Mary Opperman, Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, provides closing remarks.…

From  Gerald Deis 11 plays

Managers Forum 1/15 - Update on Functional Reviews

Paul Streeter, VP for Budget & Planning, and Simon Allen, AVP of Asset Management, present an update on functional reviews. Part of the Managers Forum, recorded January 15, 2021. …

From  Gerald Deis 63 plays

Lesson 30.4 Sorting Performance

Through the course, we have only cared about specifications, and not performance. But as we see in this video, sorting is an application where performance really matters. Little changes to the size…

From  Hannah Lee 21 plays

CS 6120: Lesson 13: Concurrency & Parallelism

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Lesson 24.1 Strict Typing

Whenever we have enforced preconditions, we have always used the type function. In this video we show why that is a problem, particularly when we want to use an object argument that is a subclass of…

From  Hannah Lee 39 plays

Lesson 23.1 The Principle of Abstraction

In this video we introduce the principle of abstraction, which is simply hiding unnecessary details about a class from the user of a class. However, there are many different ways to do that, which is…

From  Hannah Lee 54 plays

Lesson 21.2 Interface Design

When designing a class, we need to come up with the interface first. In this video we talk about how to do that. We approach this problem returning to our understanding of types: a collection of…

From  Hannah Lee 63 plays

Lesson 15.2 Complex Tuple Expressions

Tuples are very, very similar to strings. In this video we explore this similarity, showing that they support many of the same operations and methods.

From  Hannah Lee 41 plays

Lesson 10.3 PseudoCode

In this video we introduce pseudocode, which is a step-by-step English description of what we want to do. The goal is provide an outline that we convert into Python later.

From  Hannah Lee 54 plays

Lesson 7.4 Preconditions Categories

In this video, we break our preconditions up into categories. The primary reason for this is to help us analyze a specification. It will also become extremely imporant when we talk about enforcement…

From  Hannah Lee 37 plays

Lesson 1.6 Complex Expressions

In out introduction of the basic types of Python, we saw a lot of different operations. What happens when we start to mix these operations together? As we see in this video, we have to worry about…

From  Hannah Lee 85 plays

Lesson 1.2 Int Expressions

The most familiar type in Python is int, the set of integers. It supports all of the basic mathematical expressions that you expect, like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. However,…

From  Hannah Lee 93 plays