Instructor From Electronic Arts Joins Waterloo Campus
Blyth Academy Waterloo was thrilled to welcome Chris Gallinaro from Electronic Arts as an instructor for our senior computer science class. Electronic Arts, a huge international game-making company has development offices all over the world, including Kitchener, Ontario. Chris, a graduate of the University of Waterloo, is a software engineer who was able to bring his breadth of experience working with the Java programming language into the classroom at Blyth Academy.
The students who had limited previous experience working with code, developed proficient skills learning about variables, testing, Object Oriented Programming, GUI, reading and writing files, algorithms, and more!
Parents and students are universally positive in praising their students’ experience working with Chris, commenting, “not only did they learn so much but they enjoyed his teaching style and benefitted from his vast professional experience”. Chris has offered to teach with us again as we forge an important partnership in the Innovation District here in DTK.
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