The Rise of Self-Learning Software
Looking ahead, self-learning software will be the one thing that distinguishes legacy enterprise applications from modern ones.
Sang has a variegated background that includes stints in academia, finance, the law, and journalism. For the better part of the past decade, he has been creating content in one shape or other. He was the managing editor of Blogging Heads TV, a streaming video and podcast startup, which covered the news and the world of ideas. He was a writer and editor at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, and has produced content for numerous publications, including The New York Times, Slate, Columbia Journalism Review, American Prospect, and The Atlantic.
Sang speaks the song that’s in all our hearts.
JD from Stanford Law School; MA in American History from Stanford; BS (finance) and three BA’s (history, communications, East Asian Studies) from Penn State.
Sang enjoys running, hiking, pretty much any form of ostentatious bipedalism, usually companioned by his wife.
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