For almost 20 years, I have taught software engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at the University of Hawaii. My approach has evolved considerably over the years.
During 2008 and 2009, I was a program administrator and mentor in the Google Summer of Code (GSOC) program. This program provides funding to open source projects to hire students to work on them for the summer. For two years, the Hackystat project received funding from Google to hire students, and all of us had … Continue reading Google Summer of Code
Every semester, I offer independent study opportunities to students. This provides all of us with the chance to explore areas outside of the ICS curriculum. Generally, students come to me with a subject area in mind, although sometimes I can offer some topic areas based upon current research in my lab.