Yeah, but we hope it doesn't show TOO much! Most of our experience has been in secondary education, attempting to get students reved up about math and tech stuff. Much of what you see here in TNA was developed in our classes to either teach important programming principles or to create tools to help us in our various nerdy endeavors.
Often a simple question posed from a student launches discussions that lead to an app design. Other times, watching students struggle with difficult concepts or laborious operations motivates us to develop tools, created by coding, that ease their burdens! Some of our apps were created to help us with classroom management and activities.
So, we ARE novices in a few ways: Our talent is young and learning code, perhaps for the first time. We apply our craft to concepts and applications pertinent to high school mathematics and computer science. We have timelines that sync with the ebb and flow of a typical high school schedule.
Second-year students in iPhone programming. Some have had technology all 4 years of their high school career.
Formerly a rocket scientist, now an intrepid computer science teacher. Current assignments include Pre/AP Computer Science, web development and iPhone Programming
First-year students in iPhone programming. Newbies. Have been mentored by the Senior Development Team
Check out our current app offerings!
Regular expressions help you filter user input in online forms. They are very powerful but difficult to write! Create, test, store and share your regular expressions using ReX - the regular expressions watchdog!
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