White House Tech Jam

As part of CSEdWeek in December 2015, I attended the first ever White House Tech Jam, hosted by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. The focus was improving computer science education in K-12, a subject that I’m very passionate about. The event was attended by educators, technologists, designers, students, policy makers, and […]


The Foos by codeSpark

codeSpark is the world’s most innovative system for teaching young kids about computer science.  The world is digital but schools are still analog. 9 out of 10 schools do not teach computer science. We’re developing a self-directed iPad game and learning platform for kids aged 5-8 to learn the ABC’s of computer science. codeSpark is […]


Alice 3D Programming Environment

While at University of Virginia, I participated for three years in a cutting-edge research group led by Randy Pausch. Our group focused on virtual reality, human-computer interfaces, and 3D graphics. We created the original version of Alice, which is now run from Carnegie Melon University. Alice is a 3D programming environment that makes it easy to […]