In September, 1983, Stuyvesant High School offered Advanced Placement Computer Science for the first time. Approximately 30 students took the course. Nothing changed much until September, 1994. Since then, Computer Science has become Stuyvesant's most oversubscribed program. Despite a support deficit, it has become an entry point into technological study and careers for a large number of New Yorks most able young minds.
This community hopes to become a living resource for all those who feel connected to the Stuyvesant Computer Science family whether they are working in technology or not.
This family includes former students, teachers, and friends.
The Gallery is broken down into four sections. Companies started or owned by Stuy CS family members, companies where Stuy CS alums are major players or have major influence, and companies that employ our members. The third category will probably mostly be larger companies like Google, IBM, or Microsoft. The fourth section is for educational institutions (where members either work or are pursuing advanced degrees, as you know we go everywhere for undergraduate work).
To add your company to the gallery, send an email containing the company name, the url you want to link to, which category to be listed in, an image of the logo, and a one or two sentence blurb (if you'd like).
See the writeup here.
After you click submit, it will take a couple of days for the site administrator to add you to the mail lists.