Monthly Archive: August 2015

Aug 30

Incorrigible

In college I had a girlfriend who seemed to have a chip of some sort on her shoulder. She always wanted to prove to others how smart she was. And if you corrected her, she would fight you. One time someone told her that she was incorrigible. At the time neither of us knew what …

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Aug 22

Lots Of Things On The Horizon

This is that time of year for a professor when hopeful anticipation abounds. It’s the start of a new year and a new semester. In my computer science 2 class alone I will meet 225 new people. This is one of the best parts of this job: meeting lots of new and interesting people. Besides …

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Aug 07

A Year At University of Central Florida

One year has passed since I began teaching computer science at University of Central Florida. It has been an amazing year. UCF is amazing. Instead of teaching in classrooms, I teach in auditoriums. The students I get, for the most part, are very bright. The facilities here are top notch. The support resources for faculty …

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