Hello ! I’m Maëlle, it’s my frist year teaching web development in Paris @EEMI. I enjoy hybrid apps !
I’m Ugo and I work at Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia as technologist researcher in humanoid robotics. We have been developing lots of software components hosted on the GitHub organization
robotology to keep on improving our robots iCub and R1
Earlier this month, we just ran our Winter School on Humanoid Robot Programming providing frontal lessons as well as hands-on sessions using the GitHub Education platform. We received plenty of positive feedback from the students who showed to be really motivated and engaged with the assignments, trying always to work hard to get full marks in the ranking we generated with our automatic grading system. Check it out.
Hi my name is Dean (dnguyencus) from Sydney Australia. I teach website design and development. I am interested in introducing Git/GitHub to students this semester. Cheers.
I’m Marco Secchi and I am a Freelance Developer and Teacher in Milan, Italy.
I’m currently involved at NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti), DigitalBros Game Academy, Fastweb Digital Academy as a Game Programming teacher (mostly Unity3D, C#, Lua).
I’m Seppe currently working @cegeka. We have a new project where we provide a course for people who want to switch to IT (programmers).
Lovely to meet you all.
Hello. I teach software engineering, web development, and game development with the Computer Science department at Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS. I’m also involved in computer science education research and coordinate K-12 outreach efforts for our department.
I’ve been teaching for ten years, and have also spent significant time in industry as a software developer. I have a Bachelors in Computer Science, a masters in Computer Game Technology, and am finishing a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Design.
I’ve used Git and Github in my teaching for several years - especially for group projects. In my software engineering course, students work in teams of 3 building open-source software to support K-State’s research and extension mission and host their projects on Git. We use a variant of SCRUM for the development effort, and students submit a tagged release at the end of every sprint.
Lately I’ve been leveraging the GitHub classroom to disseminate starter code for several of my other classes.
Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on Classroom. Please feel free to post in that category:
I’m teaching Matlab and C++ courses at Univ. of Duesseldorf, Germany. The classes are for physics students and have the objectives to teach the students elementary programming techniques and get them to know the basic set of numerical methods for data analysis and simulations. I used GitHub already for one lecture and it greatly increased our ability to check the student’s codes and give feedback. I think we still have not used the full potential of GitHub and I am looking forward to optimize our workflow for the next course.
I am Ozan from METU, Turkey.
I used github for my graduate class ( https://github.com/odtu/ee564 ) last year, now I am very happy to see there is an easier way to implement it.
I am planning to use Github classroom on my undergraduate 4th year class ( http://keysan.me/ee462 )
Hey I am Brad Bazemore
I am a graduate student at the University of Georgia Computer Science in the US. I am creating an IoT real time scheduling class with Dr. Shelby Funk. This will be our first time using GitHub for class. I am really excited about using a tool for students that is also used in industry.
Hello~^^ It’s nice to meet you. I’m so honored to be participated to Github Education. I’m a teacher to code for students in South Korea.
My name is Michelangelo van Dam and I live in Mechelen, Belgium. Since 2010 I’m requested to give technical training courses at businesses and conferences because my company says I’m an expert. Unfortunately I don’t have any teaching education or background so I’ve been doing my best to transfer knowledge to the students in my classrooms.
By joining this community I hope to learn more about teaching and get some insights from people who have been teaching way longer than I have.
I’m Nick. I am one of the lead instructors for devCodeCamp (Milwaukee, WI). In addition to teaching JS, PHP, and .NET stacks, I also manage the majority of our startup projects that we organize for students. A ‘startup project’ is a 2 week sprint to create an MVP for a local startup company. Recent graduates are offered the opportunity to collaborate on these, usually in teams of 2-5. In my free time, I do freelance consulting and organize a web development meet up group of about 1600 people.
My GitHub handle is jaegernh.
I live in Wisconsin.
I spend nearly all my free time trying to build my community and put Milwaukee on the map as a technology hotspot. This means being activity in the Meetup community, startup scene, and as networking events. I think it is super exciting connecting people and companies to each other and the community. Milwaukee has a lot happening if you take a look under the hood. When I step away from that, I am busy running, playing tennis, traveling, and doing pro bono research in various STEM fields.
Hi! I am Peter and i am working at the University of Trier, Germany, and i am always interested in new ways to collaborate and teach. My research and teaching topics are Operating Systems, Distributed Systems, Computer Networks, and Computer Games. I have my sabbatical this summer, but i plan to do a lecture on Distributed Systems using the GitHub Classroom. I am sure, it’ll be a lot of fun …
I’m Chris, an Instructor at Ada Developers Academy a free non-profit coding bootcamp in Seattle, WA.
My interests include political activism & Gaming as well as reading.
Hello! I’m Debra (DebMDuke on GitHub) and I teach computer science at VCU in Richmond, VA.
I’m new to GitHub Education this semester and have found it very helpful with team projects.
My other interests include travel and binge watching excellent television.
I’m Jose and I teach Computers at the University of South Carolina. I’ve been using github for my projects since the very beginning, but only started using it with my Senior Capstone project class a couple of years ago.
I hope to use the other Classroom features also, as I learn about them.
I teach in a variety of programs … at the University of Washington (UW), in the computer science and engineering program I teach support classes for the intro sequence for students in the STARS program. Also at UW, in the Human Centered Design & Engineering program I teach a grad intro to creative computing course using p5.js. I also teach an intro-series for students with limited prior experience programming at Ada Developers Academy.
Jim Teresco of the Computer Science Department at Siena College in Loudonville, New York. I’m using GitHub for some personal and research projects, but I’m looking to use GitHub in my classes to get away from so much email, Blackboard, and other inefficient ways to receive submissions and provide feedback. I’ve learned a lot from sessions and talking to people here at SIGCSE 2017, and I am excited to get this set up, maybe as soon as this semester.