Helping other people learn to program is a passion I discovered after starting graduate school. I’m an organizer of University of Toronto Scientific Coders, a weekly study group for graduate students and researchers where we teach each other programming, talk about issues and best practices in science, and consume snacks. I’m also an instructor with Software Carpentry, a worldwide network dedicated to helping people become better programmers and scientists. UofT Coders have hosted several workshops at the University of Toronto (April 25-26, 2016, May 9-10, 2016, and May 26-27, 2016), and we plan to host many more.
I love running, hiking, and camping. My family and I are hiking the Bruce Trail end-to-end. Check out photos and stories of our adventures on the blog.