Author Archives: Mr. I

About Mr. I

After 17 years as a PC Software Engineer I gave it all up in 2000 to become a High School Computer Teacher

And Even More Turtles!

(Wow, two posts in a just a few days! Must be something really exciting to report.) And yes, it is something really exciting. This Turtle Graphics project has captured my attention, and I can’t help but work on it. Fortunately, … Continue reading

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It’s Turtles All The Way Down

As a high school computer science teacher, I’m always trying to find ways to increase interest in this rich subject. Of course, there’s the obvious “the more students who take CS courses, the more my school will need my services … Continue reading

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Still here?

Wow … I’ve been away for a while … again. I need to get better at writing in this thing.

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Windows Phone apps?

It’s been about a year since I wrote here. I can’t say “had anything to write”, because I’m ALWAYS thinking of things to write, but I never seem to get off my duff and write. I suppose I have to chalk it up … Continue reading

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My Annual Scheduling Adventure

 Like every year for the past five, May brings the joys of Scheduling. I get to work with the school’s Registrar, and together we sift through all the course requests and teacher assignments and concoct a schedule for next year … Continue reading

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Well, this is interesting …

Okay, not quite 7 years ago I started a blog. Nothing too exciting or Earth-shattering, just the “Random musings from a former PC Software Engineer now High School Computer Teacher”. Considering what and where I was teaching, and based on … Continue reading

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Crazy Train – Update

Sometimes I surprise myself with how easy a project comes together. Let me throw this picture at you: What you see here is my own recreation of the Candy Train game that was available on the web up until a … Continue reading

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