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Randy Pausch was a Carnegie Mellon alumnus who helped lead a team create Alice, a mechanism used to teach computer programming.

He is mainly known for his lecture The Last Lecture where he discussed finding good in others and putting effort to overcome trials.

5 points I liked are:

Always do the right things.

Plan ahead and use what is comfortable for you.

Reduce unnecessary interruptions whenever possible.

Finish your assignments early so they never reach a critical stage.

Lastly, he was given only a few months to live, yet he delivered a calm, composed, and entertaining lecture so I liked that aspect of his talk although it was not something explicitly stated in his speech.

 

References:

 

http://www.cmu.edu/randyslecture/story/

 

 

Research summaries:

 

https://web2.qatar.cmu.edu/~sasyed/research/

 

 

Hackerrank account:

 

https://www.hackerrank.com/soccercider

 

GitHub account:  

 

https://github.com/soccercider

 

Resume:

 

https://web2.qatar.cmu.edu/~sasyed/resume/

 

Linkedin account:

 

www.linkedin.com/in/syeed-h-68b9a5150

 

Course Plan:

 

https://web2.qatar.cmu.edu/~sasyed/courseplan/