A year ago Udacity launched with its first two courses: CS101: Building a Search Engine and CS373: Programming a Robotic Car. In this blog post, David Evans, now back at the University of Virginia after his year long sabbatical at Udacity, reminisces about his experiences with CS101. Dave remains a valuable education advisor to us and CS101 remains Udacity’s most popular course, with over 265,000 students enrolled. The course continues to evolve, and several new units will be released on March 11!

Most of CS101 was recorded using a makeshift studio in the basement of Sebastian’s guest house, between his wine cellar and liquor cabinet. Unlike Udacity’s current sound-proofed studios, one could hear the plumbing loudly in the studio so we put a “Recording in Progress – No Flushing!” sign on the bathrooms upstairs.

http://blog.udacity.com/2013/02/cs101-one-year-later.html

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