HONOR CODE RULES FOR STANFORD’S COMPUTER SCIENCE CLASSES
You must indicate on your submission the receipt of any assistance, such as discussion of ideas and strategies “” and write the actual program code on your own.
You must not share program code with other students.
You must not look at solution sets or program code from other years.
You must be prepared to explain any program code you submit.
HTML/XHTML - There’s no question I can ask that they can’t respond to immediately.
CSS - Same as above but with a focus on cross-browser support. They need to have experience supporting CSS-based layouts on multiple browsers such as IE6, IE7, FF2, FF3, Safari on Mac and IE8 (obviously experience on this browser won’t be too thorough but it will help).
"A lot of the growth in the personalized start page category has historically been kickstarted and is still derived from internal and external distribution deals, not organic or viral growth. The original My Yahoo of ten years ago received an incredible amount of traffic from the main Yahoo.com portal (and it still does), and the same went for iGoogle when it launched in 2005 – that little “iGoogle” link in the upper right hand corner of the standard Google.com page was the engine that drove (and continues to drive) traffic to the site."
“If you start micromanaging people, then the very best ones leave. If the very best people leave, then the people you’ve got left actually require more micromanagement… Pretty soon, you’re running a police state. So micromanagement doesn’t scale because it spirals down. The trick is to get truly world-class people working directly for you so you don’t have to spend a lot of time managing them. I think there’s very little value I can add to my direct reports. So I try to spend time with people two and three levels below because I think I can add value to them.”—Cristóbal Conde, CEO of the Fortune 500 IT services company SunGard via andrewmcafee.org/blog/ (via @edview)