Today, I'm kicking off a new Python series that I'm really excited about. Say hello to The Autodidact's Guide to Python, a series for beginners who want to teach themselves Python.
Recently, I read The Skills of Argument by Deanna Kuhn, a book about argumentation as a key to beliefs, and it got me thinking about some of my own beliefs in tech. So I wondered, have you reflected...
Guess who had the displeasure of dealing with yet another entitled student? This guy. Ugh.
Now that a portion of a semester of online learning is in the books, I was curious to see how COVID-19 might have affected my course evaluations using some data visualization.
Now that I'm finished teaching for a bit, I figured I'd put together a short list of lessons learned for my future self.
One of my students asked me to write up an article on how to pick up Python as a Java developer, so I did.