I am very excited to have been named a new 2020 AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador with the Faculty designation.
The AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program is for top-tier cloud educators who serve as ambassadors and evangelists for AWS Educate. These leaders share their knowledge and experience in teaching cloud computing with other educators at their institution, in their community, and around the world. Cloud Ambassadors are recognized in the education community, receive additional professional development, and are eligible for exclusive benefits for helping other educators provide cloud computing learning experiences for their students to prepare them for the modern workforce.
This brings a whole new global network of cloud educators, professionals, and resources into the fold as benefits for the students I work with, the departments I am involved with, and of course myself. My involvement is still early and I’m looking for ways to implement these resources, but it’s a great set of opportunities I’m looking forward to exploring.
The book was written for an audience of undergraduate students in the field of information science and design and development of web technology, and also for early but disciplined professionals in the field of web technology, building web sites, and applications. It is part of the Springer Briefs in Computer Science series.
I am very excited to be a part of the faculty at Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) teaching in the B.Sc. Web Design and Development Program starting Fall 2019. We will be working on all things web from a beginner to advanced perspective.
I have completed a great custom mobile project with some outstanding professionals at Temple University in Philadelphia. I was part of the team to rebuild the primary web presence for the Fox College of Business in an updated version of WordPress, a leading and highly flexible open source Web content management system.