Classes will always begin with a look at real world issues and the historical reasoning for the theory of the study material which is then taught next. I feel it’s important to understand the real world context for the study material. Based upon this and a theoretical understanding, programming can be taught in a manner which excites the student to test and work at incorporating ideas into programming in their own time.
I have previously completed a Bachelor of IT majoring in Information Systems Development and Bachelor of Commerce at USQ and am currently completing a Master of Computer Science at UQ. I have years of experience developing custom software solutions in a variety of industries - from the energy industry to financial institutions and software as a service.
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