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    Udacity is a totally new kind of learning experience. You learn by solving challenging problems and pursuing udacious projects with world-renowned university instructors (not by watching long, boring lectures). At Udacity, we put you, the student, at the center of the universe.

    Udacity classes will make you sweat. Passing a Udacity class is as demanding as passing a university-level class. But you will have a lot of fun along the way as you learn new skills and interact with amazing instructors and peers.

    In return for your hard work, Udacity offers a range of certification options that are recognized by major technology companies who are actively recruiting from the Udacity student body. Join the hundreds of thousands of Udacity students who have already been empowered by this new form of learning.

    Udacity is a private educational organization founded by Sebastian Thrun, David Stavens, and Mike Sokolsky, with the stated goal of democratizing education.[1]

    It is the outgrowth of free computer science classes offered in 2011 through Stanford University.[2] As of June 2012, Udacity has eleven active courses.[3] Thrun has stated he hopes half a million students will enroll, after an enrollment of 160,000 students in the predecessor course at Stanford, Introduction to Artifical Intelligence[4], and 90,000 students had enrolled in the initial two classes as of March 2012.[5][6] Udacity was announced at the 2012 Digital Life Design conference.[7] Udacity is funded by venture capital firm, Charles River Ventures, and $300,000 of Thrun's personal money.[1]

    Thrun's work on Udacity was noted by The Guardian in a list of people championing open internet.[8]

    List of courses offered

    CS101: Building a Search Engine[12]
    PH100: Intro to Physics: Landmarks in Physics[13]
    ST101: Introduction to Statistics: Making Decisions Based on Data[14]
    CS215: Algorithms: Crunching Social Networks[15]
    CS221: Logic & Discrete Mathematics: Foundation of Computing (Unavailable as of 07/07/2012)[16]
    CS212: Design of Computer Programs[17]
    CS253: Web Application Engineering[18]
    CS258: Software Testing: How to Make Software Fail
    CS262: Programming Languages[19]
    CS373: Programming a Robotic Car[20]
    CS387: Applied Cryptography[21]

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