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Matthew Mead's Homepage at DigiPen

Email: mmead at digipen
Office hours: By appointment (I'm usually here M-F all day.)
Phone: (425) 895-4441
On the differences between the amateur programmer and the professional programmer from Gerald M. Weinberger's book The Psychology of Computer Programming:
"The amateur, then, is learning about his problem, and any learning about programming he does may be a nice frill or may be a nasty impediment to him. The professional, conversely, is learning about his profession—programming—and the problem being programmed is only one incidental step in his process of development."


Fall 2016

  • CS 120 - High-Level Programming I (C programming)
  • CS 180 - Introduction to Operating Systems