Asking HN Their Favourite Lecture Series
Posting a Question on Hackernews
I posted a question to the hackernews community asking them "Ask HN: What's the best lecture series you've seen?". Here are the highlights. You can read the full list in the comments.
- Andrej Karpathy: "Neural Networks: From Zero to Hero".
- Andrej Karpathy: "Let's build GPT: from scratch, in code, spelled out."
- Classical Physics by V. Balakrishnan from IIT Madras, India => First lecture => Whole Series
- Gilbert Strang: Linear Algebra
- Ken Joy: Computer Graphics
- Percy Liang and Dorsa Sadigh: Stanford CS221 Learn AI (2019)
- Micromouse 2021-2022 by UCLA
- Robert Sapolsky: Human Behavioral Biology
- Feynman: Physics
- Sussman & Abelson: SICP => Particularly Streams
- Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine
- MIT 16.885J Aircraft Systems Engineering, Fall 2005
- Jeremy Howard: Practical Deep Learning for Coders 2022
- Andy Pavlo: Intro to Database Systems
- Robert Morris: MIT 6.824 Distributed Systems
- Christof Paar: Introduction to Cryptography
- The Maths of General Relativity
- Walter Lewin: MIT Physics
- 3Blue1Brown: Linear Algebra
- Berkeley Psych 117: Drugs and Human Behavior