Noun | A·naa·nu | /ahˈnɑhːnoo/

Anaanu means spider in Ga -- a language spoken in Ghana. From generation to generation, folk tales illuminate the stories about the spider’s intelligence and resourcefulness. Likewise, this site enables students to take advantage of your university's grade distribution information. With this resource, students can make more intelligent and informed decisions in which course to choose and more so with which professor. Whether you are looking for that easy “A” class or just trying to find the best professor for a particular course, look no further, Anaanu is the answer.

About Me

My mission is simple, remove the guesswork when choosing the best classes and professors. My name is Ganesh Annan and I am a junior studying Computational Modeling & Data Analytics (CMDA), Computer Science, and Mathematics at Virginia Tech. During the summer of 2015, I interned at Tinubu Square SA located in Paris, France as a software developer providing rich data visualizations while improving my French. I spent summer 2016 as an intern for Altamira Technologies focusing on front-end development as well as creating solutions with cutting edge container virtualization technology. Currently, I am provisioning and deploying cloud technologies as a part-time Developer at Digital Bazaar, a local Blacksburg technology company. This website first started as a quick project to help a few friends and slowly grew to helping the entire student body at Virginia Tech. After one semester at my university alone, the website recorded 97,000 pageviews and 6,600 users as reported by Google Analytics. If you are looking for current grade data released by your university and presented in an easy-to-read format, then you’ve landed in the right place. I am always looking for ways to improve the site, so if you have any ideas for new features, contact me and let’s make it happen.