Jeff is the founder and Executive Director of the Turing School of Software & Design in Denver, Colorado. He's been teaching computer science and running schools since 2003.
September 20th, 2017 | 51 mins 32 secs
How do people learn computing? Who learns best from traditional computer science education and who from bootcamps? How can we teach people who are not developers but who need to learn some programming to do their jobs? Jeff Casimir, the founder of Turing academy, and Georgia Tech's Mark Guzdial, one of the founders of the International Computing Education Research conference, join Noel to answer these questions and also explain why Excel is both the best and the worst thing in the world.