Jane Street CStimathon

Jane Street CStimathon<br>Speaker: Edward Fan &amp; Jeanne&nbsp;VanBriesen, Software Engineers<br>Date: February 27, 2020<br>Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm<br>Location: Gates Building, Room 104<br><b><br></b><br><b>Register as an individual or team&nbsp;<a href="https://forms.gle/MQiDbrNWdtSuR1GW7" id="ow922" __is_owner="true">here</a>&nbsp;by February 24th.&nbsp;</b>Teams will be created/finalized at the event. Food will be provided. Prizes for winners!<br><br><u><b>Abstract:</b></u><br>In teams, you'll attempt 13 problems in 30 minutes, challenging your trivial knowledge of computers, Stanford, or anything at all. Be prepared to come up with the best set of confidence intervals! They are called Fermi problems, such as:<br><ul><li>How many computers were connected to the Internet on January 1, 1989?</li><li>What is the bandwidth under the Atlantic Ocean?</li><li>How many YouTube videos have more than 1 billion views?&nbsp;</li></ul>

Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Gates Computer Science, 353 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305, USA