Top Posts in 2016

This blog is a quantity-over-quality endeavor. I try to post every day, and hopefully a few things resonate over the course of a year.

Here are the posts that resonated most in 2016:

Term 1: In-Depth on Udacity’s Self-Driving Car Curriculum

We need to get the curriculum off my personal blog and onto our program homepage. But for now, this is where prospective students come to learn what’s in the program.

Tesla’s Autopilot Crash

A meditation on why the very first self-driving car fatality might have happened, and what it meant for the industry.

Self-Driving Car Employers

If you want to work on self-driving cars, here’s who’s hiring, and why.

Udacity Self-Driving Car Nanodegree

I’m building a self-driving car curriculum with Sebastian Thrun! And many other great people and companies.

How to Land an Autonomous Vehicle Job: Coursework

Here are the online courses I took that helped me land a job with Ford’s Autonomous Vehicle team. You, of course, should just enroll in the Udacity Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree Program 🙂

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