Some opportunities I wanted to share with you:
CS at Mines will be hosting a high school programming competition on
Friday, April 13th:
Want to write Kattis problems for the competition? We need a variety of
problems, for varying difficulty levels. After the competition, your
problem(s) would be added to the Kattis Problem Archive as well.
If interested, Email me as soon as you can so that I can get you the
Also: we could probably use some volunteers for the competition. If
interested, let me know as well. Note that the 13th is during E-days.
The Boulder JCC would like to run a 3 hours, 2 sessions per day, Python
coding camp on either June 18th thru 22nd and/or June 25th thru 29th.
The camp would be targeted at middle school and high school students
without prior programming experience.
You would be teaching my Python curriculum I used in Summer 2016 to
them. I could provide you training on the curriculum before hand.
If interested, let me know.
Jack M. Rosenthal ( http://inside.mines.edu/~jrosenth
Graduate Student, Computer Science ) http://jack.rosenth.al
Machine Learning is quite the buzzword. There's probably hipsters at
Galvanize right now sipping on bubbly drinks learning about it.