# ESP Biography

## ANDREW HE, ESP Teacher

Major: 18, 6

College/Employer: MIT

Not Available.

## Past Classes

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X12236: How to Run a Spark! in Spark 2018 (Mar. 17 - 18, 2018)
Ever thought about what happens behind-the-scenes when you sign up for Spark classes? Or how all of our teachers and classes fit into MIT's classrooms? Spark takes months to plan, and for good reason. Come learn how we make Spark happen every year!

W12000: Python Bee! in Splash 2017 (Nov. 18 - 19, 2017)
Do you love programming in Python really really quickly? Are you good a telepathy? Well test your skills in both in the Splash Python Bee! You'll form teams and type out Python challenges one character at a time, while learning some cool Python constructs. Good luck, and see you there!

X10732: Introduction to Puzzlehunts in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2016)
Do you like word games? Logic puzzles? Creative problem solving? Join us to learn about puzzlehunts, a fun style of puzzles and puzzle events blending all of these types and more, and try your hand at solving some puzzles!

C11113: Python Bee! in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2016)
Do you love programming in Python really really quickly? Are you good a telepathy? Well test your skills in both in the Splash Python Bee! You'll form teams of 3 and type out Python challenges one character at a time, while learning some cool Python constructs. Good luck, and see you there!

C11114: What's the minimum? in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2016)
[ 97, 69, 65, 36, 92, 3, 55 ] What's the minimum value? What about the minimum from the middle three? What if add 12 to the last half? We'll explore various algorithms for computing and updating the minimums of subarrays, called the "range min" problem, from sparse tables to range trees.

X10159: Power Laws in Splash 2015 (Nov. 21 - 22, 2015)
What do scientific papers, book stores, earthquakes, and wars have in common? They're all governed by power law distributions! Come learn about the (somewhat terrifying) truth about how our world works.