This is my Ryerson Chang School web page. I wrote the minimalistic HTML by hand on Emacs, as if it still were the year 1995 and being 4 kilobytes in size were important. (For me, the mid-nineties is still conceptually about ten years ago. But I do think something has seriously gone wrong somewhere when a Google Docs generated course webpage that contains about three screens of text is nearly 200 kilobytes in size, more than all the example programs in that course put together.
I wrote an App called BlueFace, available in App Store.
The courses I have taught around here since 2002:
For the day school course CPS118, I also have a bunch of Matlab examples, and for a future version of CCPS 109, Python notes and lots of Python examples.
I am a great fan of the Wolfram Mathematica Language. My Wolfram page contains the links to the Wolfram tutorials that I wrote, links to my computational art blogs created with Wolfram, and some additional Wolfram example articles that I plan to spend the summer of 2018 writing at least a couple of dozen of.
Some old example Java programs that I wrote back in the day to use in my courses: