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  1. Start at 54: Bob Taylor (internet visionary) talks at UT Austin

    Bob Taylor was the first project manager and person most responsible for the creation of the first national network — the ARPAnet — which is universally regarded as the precursor to today’s Internet. John Markoff, technology writer for The New York Times, talks with alumnus Taylor about computing, the Internet and its impact on communications and our society.

    The 1910 Society Lecture Series kicks off the Graduate School’s 100-year celebration and is co-sponsored by the Dell Distinguished Lecture Series and the Department of Computer Science.

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  2. Reinventing God of War

    Alert for photosensitive viewers: Cory’s presentation includes white flashes on slide transitions. The first one occurs approximately 6 minutes into this talk. Please be aware when watching.

    In this 2019 GDC session, Sony Santa Monica’s Cory Barlog explains why the road to creating a new God of War was a seemingly endless climb up an impossibly enormous mountain, filled with countless gut-wrenching failures and joyfully sweet successes.

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    GDC talks cover a range of developmental topics including game design, programming, audio, visual arts, business management, production, online games, and much more. We post a fresh GDC video every day. Subscribe to the channel to stay on top of regular updates, and check out GDC Vault for thousands of more in-depth talks from our archives.

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  3. Stanford Lecture: 2014 Kailath Lecture: Stanford Professor Donald Knuth

    "Let’s Not Dumb Down the History of Computer Science" -Professor Emeritus Donald Knuth, Stanford University

    For many years the history of computer science was presented in a way that was useful to computer scientists. But nowadays almost all technical content is excised; historians are concentrating rather on issues like how computer scientists have been able to get funding for their projects, and/or how much their work has influenced Wall Street. We no longer are told what ideas were actually discovered, nor how they were discovered, nor why they are great ideas. We get only a scorecard.

    In this talk, Professor Donald Knuth explains why he is grateful for the continued excellence of papers on mathematical history, and he makes a plea for historians of computer science to get back on track.

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  4. Interview with Conor White-Sullivan, Founder of Roam

    This is a one-hour interview, discussion, demonstration, and debate between Conor White-Sullivan, founder of "note-taking tool for networked thought" Roam, and Tiago Forte, creator of the Building a Second Brain online course.

    More information at https://roamresearch.com and https://praxis.fortelabs.co

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  5. Ken Skistimas’s Keynote talk at UXINDIA 2019

    The components of a successful design system : Architecting a system to facilitate culture change in an organization

    Over the last few years, design systems have become a solution to drive coherence and consistency across products, but so many systems experience a failure to deliver on the promise. Beyond reusable components and styling, a truly impactful design system can become a catalyst to influence the design culture at a company, but there’s not a one size fits all solution. It needs to be tailored to fit your company.

    I’ll explain the foundational elements for a successful design system, and strategies to facilitate adoption based on my experiences working on large scale systems at Salesforce, General Electric and Facebook. The common thread has been collaboration, transparency and iteration. With all the elements in place, a design system is much more than a pattern library. It has the potential to be a catalyst for significant change to how you build products at your company, ultimately delivering higher value to your customers in a more efficient way.

    ————————————————- Celebrating 15 years of UX in INDIA. UXINDIA2019(www.ux-india.org): International Conference on User Experience Design UXINDIA is being organized by UMO Design Foundation (www.umo.design)

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  6. Steve Jobs’ CAUSE 1998 Annual Conference General Session

    Thank you, Steve Jobs, for helping us to "think different" about technology in higher education. We celebrate your contributions by sharing this 1998 conversation with our community.

    We apologize for the low video quality. We believe, however, that the conversation audio is still worth sharing.

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  7. Ed Catmull, Pixar: Keep Your Crises Small

    Ironing out the little problems can make it so companies can avoid big disasters. Recorded: January 31, 2007 Related Article: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/headlines/2007entepreneurshipconf.shtml

    Catmull appeared at the 2007 Entrepreneurship Conference at the Stanford Graduate School of Business

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  8. Jeremy Keith - Building The Web - View Source 2019

    An interview with Jeremy Keith, a front-end developer from Brighton, UK, on the state of the web, how we evolved over all these years, the tooling and the skills necessary to know for front-end engineers today.

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  9. Rethinking CS Education | Alan Kay, CrossRoads 2015

    Alan Kay talks about alternative approaches to teach Computer Science in schools.

    Turing Award winner Alan Kay is an renowned Computer Science pioneer. A Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Royal Society of Arts he is best known for his pioneering work on object-oriented programming and windowing graphical user interface design.

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  10. Steve Jobs President & CEO, NeXT Computer Corp and Apple. MIT Sloan Distinguished Speaker Series

    Please Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/c/MITVideoProductions?sub_confirmation=1 Steve Jobs, one of the computer industry’s foremost entrepreneurs, gives a wide-ranging talk to a group of MIT Sloan School of Management students in the spring of 1992. Jobs shares his professional vision and personal anecdotes, from his role at the time as president and CEO of NeXT Computer Corporation, to the thrilling challenges of co-creating Apple Computer, and subsequent disappointments at his ousting. In conversational exchanges with audience members Jobs underscores the value of direct experience in the field, and “developing scar tissue.” The unexpected guest lecture within the Sloan Distinguished Speaker Series came about through the efforts of a Sloan MBA ’92 student whose sister had recently married Jobs.

    (Special Thanks to Youtuber Paul Mangione for linking out these highlights!) Highlights 5:13 Comparing management vs. operational productivity in software 9:25 Rapid development of application software using NeXT 10:30 Desktop publishing on the Macintosh 15:25 Problems with consultants 18:03 Should NeXT just become a software company 24:38 Who are NeXT’s competitors, Sun Solaris, Microsoft NT, Taligent 27:41 NeXTSTEP operating environment, "the code that never breaks is the code that you don’t …

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