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Joseph M. Hellerstein

Jim Gray Professor of Computer Science
EECS Computer Science Division
UC Berkeley

Joseph M. Hellerstein

Courses

Data 101: Data Engineering. An upper-division undergraduate course on data engineering principles and practices team-taught with Aditya Parameswaran.
Data 100: Principles and Techniques of Data Science. An upper-division undergraduate course on data science principles and practices team-taught with Joseph Gonzalez, Deborah Nolan and Bin Yu.
CS186: Introduction to Database Systems. An upper-division undergraduate course on database systems.
CS194-017: Programming the Cloud, a hands-on undergraduate course team-taught with Peter Alvaro

CS294-170: Programming the Cloud. A graduate seminar for Fall 2020, team-taught with Matthew Milano
CS298-12: DSF Seminar. A recurring seminar on data systems and foundations.
CS286B: Graduate Data Systems. An introductory graduate course on research in data systems.
CS262a: Advanced Topics in Computer Systems. An introductory graduate course on research literature in operating and database systems.
CS294-39: Data Management for Collaborative Environments. A graduate seminar for Fall 2008, team-taught with Alon Halevy of Google.

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