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A little about my education: In 2014 I received my M.S. in computer science from Montana State University. In 2010 I graduated from the University of Dallas with a B.A. in Classical Philology and Mathematics, and a concentration in Computer Science. Before that I was homeschooled from kindergarten through high school.
I began taking classes from Scholars Online Academy in 1999. Under the tutelage of the McMenomys, I studied English, Latin, Greek, chemistry, physics, cryptography, and Perl. While attending UD, I spent a semester in Rome studying the history of art, patristics, and western civilization; a summer term in Austria (University of Klagenfurt) studying German; and a semester in Oxford (New College) studying early Christian ecclesiology and Greek composition.
I spent a decade working as a private tutor. Right now for my day job I build "distributed data consistency tools" for Workiva. Besides teaching the occasional class online, I regularly teach and tutor locally in an attempt not to forget how it's done.
Trivia: I have lived in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Utah, Missouri, Iowa, Texas, and Montana. My interests include education, languages, programming, church history, running, music (I play piano) and, of course, competitive games of all kinds.