In this rant, I discuss my history of working in teams in both academia and industry and how it’s been mostly unpleasant.
Sometimes you just have to get something off your chest. Today, I’d like to share the story of the worst professor ever.
With another season of grad school exams on its way, it’s time to address a problem of mine: I am a consistent underperformer.
Most teachers will tell you that the worst part of the job is grading. That’s why I automated my grading responsibilities.
With the holidays over and my second semester here, I figured it was time to share what’s new in my journey to a PhD.
With one semester of teaching in the books, it’s time to talk about some of my more challenging college students.
Now that I have some free time, let’s take a look at my reflection on my first semester of teaching an introduction to Java course.
You’d think reaching the peak of academia would have filled me with pride, but there have been plenty of moments of hopelessness.
As my first semester wraps up, I can honestly say that one of my classes has ruined computer graphics for me.
As the semester begins to wind down, I’m beginning to move on from the honeymoon phase and back into the grind.