- This month at PAIR,
February 14, 2017.
Earlier this month at the PAIR workshop, I presented “String shuffling over a gap between parsing and plan recognition.”
- Now at La Crosse,
August 1, 2016.
I’ve moved to La Crosse, Wisconsin, and started full-time at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
- Date for CS1 midterm 1,
September 18, 2017.
The first CS1 midterm will be October 2
- CS120 Project 1,
September 13, 2017.
A simple date calculator
- Assignments for the first CS120 lab day,
September 12, 2017.
A to-do list for the first lab day
- CS220 Reversi Assignment 2.2,
September 25, 2017.
Adding the board state
- CS220 question: list of CS120 learning objectives,
September 23, 2017.
In one of the CS220 reviews, someone asked for a list of the topics from CS120 that were in scope for Midterm 1.
- Typo in CS220 helper method suggestion,
September 19, 2017.
areAnagrams would take two strings, not two arrays of strings
- The sociology of participation,
June 28, 2017.
From Chronicle Vitae: creating a successful learning environments is not up to only the professor
- Why you need a writing group,
June 15, 2017.
From the Chronicle: “The isolating and competitive atmosphere of academia is enough to produce anxiety and depression in many a doctoral student.”
- More than just the programmer,
October 17, 2016.
James Hague has an interesting post on joining a work culture as a programmer.
- Freelancing as a student,
September 6, 2016.
The advantages to starting your career now.
- A computer science education blog list,
August 26, 2016.
It’s a blog post from a few years back, but I believe it’s a maintained page.