Andrew W. Moore
Occasion to use the phrase---"Let me through, I'm a computer scientist!"
They are all amazing, and are listed in this document.
Olympus is a learn-by-doing accerator and incubator originally created for the School of Computer Science by Lenore Blum, now part of the Swartz Center operating across campus. See the story of dozens of successful Olympus Spinouts.
Here you go: ZIP file of all the tutorials.
Read the darn website! But if you want it succinctly: it is one of the academic schools within Carnegie Mellon University. It consists of driven, focused people who are learning and teaching about all aspects of computing. They are also investigating new principles, new algorithms, new devices, new businesses, and new uses for computer science-related technology. The School of Computer Science consists of seven departments:
There are lots of us. Here are some other CS-related Andrew Moores you might be looking for instead of me: