Students with computer skills
Here's a place to let people know what, exactly, you can hack. (Or use.) (Edited to remove graduated students. Revert if you feel that is wrong.)
Also for those who feel that they are inadequate because they cannot program in TeX/Mathematica, there will be workshops on these topics during Winter Study. All Math majors will receive an email about this soon. Anyone else can sign up by emailing Rahul Shah (09ras) or look in the daily messages/other appropriate communication media.
Jing Cao now knows he should extend before division
Son Ho (I make things crash)
Arjun Narayan '10 Not good. Not good.
Sean Barker '09 had flashbacks during Compilers.
Rahul Shah (is pretty much the God of C, but mostly because C stands for medioCre)
Jing Cao Compiled his second C program with no syntax errors
Jerry He Just compiled his 300th C program with 33 syntax errors
Arjun Narayan '10 Hello world only
Andrew Triska '10 writes the world's most complicated and boring text-based games.
Jerry He tentatively agrees
Alan Cordova Booyah!
Jerry He will always be a beginner in this language. Just don't get it.
Arjun Narayan Will always be in love with this one.
Sean Barker '09 likes type safety.
Sean Barker '09 wishes IE would die a horrible death.
Jerry He Used to be in the league but have since defected to using Lyx: the Wysiwyg Latex editor.
Arjun Narayan '10 Can barely survive it.
sunmi yang '08 has found the new love of her life in TeX and Beamer. Some even call TeX her abusive boyfriend.
Rahul Shah Can TeX his Math homework when he needs to.
Any physics major worth their weight in problem sets
Jerry He (a must-learn for any physics major)
Math majors can do it too.
sunmi yang '08 (it's my math thesis, so there, Joe)
Jing Cao (kind of)
Katherine Huang (sort of)
Arjun Narayan '10 Also knows what all three letters stand for. And all three. And all three. And all three...
Sean Barker '09 also knows what the three letters used to stand for.
Jerry He (the greatest language ever invented! If not the most useful)
Jerry He is quite capable at R, more so than STATA
Jerry He (the language of convenience)
Sean Barker '09 (an exercise in pain)
Jing Cao Broke the phase 2 record
Arjun Narayan '10 Broke the pass/fail barrier.
Arjun Narayan '10
Breaking CPU chips
Son Ho (one victim hung on my door)
Sean Hayes (Decent skills)
Toby Hall. w00t
Ted Wiles (Ted is an amazing hacker and programmer. It isn't uncommon for his digg.com articles to yield over 250 diggs in one day. He also is passionate about his art and has plans to do a thesis senior year that allows him to reinterpret famous art works completely through graphic design software. He is also very good at hacking.)