Mar 22, 2018 · Update 8/3/19: As I've written on my OMSCS landing page, due to a shift in my career trajectory and increasing work responsibilities, I'm no longer pursuing this particular program. Regardless, I learned a huge amount during my short time in OMSCS, and these posts have become popular among OMSCS students so I've continued to host them here for everyone's reference. Best of luck to you all ...

GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. At Georgia Tech, we innovate scalable, interactive, and interpretable tools that amplify human's ability to understand and interact with billion-scale data and machine learning models. Here are my notes from when I took IIS in OMSCS during Fall 2019. I have organized them into two sections: Lecture Notes; Exam Review; Each document in "Lecture Notes" corresponds to a lesson in Udacity. Within each document, the headings correspond to the videos within that lesson. Usually, I omit any intro/summary lessons.