Years ago, I lost my temper while arguing with my brother, and said, "Jeff, I could teach you everything I know and you'd still be an idiot." Please keep that in mind as you read this site.

Recent posts

Thirteen Percent and Counting

Last week, I posted a description of a half-baked plan for lesson aggregation. I’ve had some useful discussions since then; what follows is hopefully the fi...
December 17, 2018

Speaking of Accessibility

Elizabeth Patitsas has put together a truly awesome reading list on the social context of computer science education. It’s full of pointers to important work...
December 16, 2018

No Straight Pipeline

Most people will probably read JavaScript versus Data Science online for free, but I like having printed copies of books. Getting this one out the door gave ...
December 14, 2018

A Story Line Game for Teaching

In the wake of yesterday’s launch of JavaScript versus Data Science, I’ve been thinking about what I could do in 2019, and about a party game that I’m fond o...
December 13, 2018

JavaScript versus Data Science

Toby Hodges and I are very pleased to announce the launch of JavaScript versus Data Science, a tutorial on one of the world’s most widely-used languages for ...
December 12, 2018