I have found my home in QA76.

In college, I browsed the bookstore and library quite a bit as a hobby. On one trip in particular during my senior year, I remember finding Artificial Intelligence : A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig. Besides kicking off my interest in AI which would eventually turn into my Ph.D. thesis, I for some reason memorized the first portion of the Library of Congress Classification, QA76. This alphanumeric code became a signpost for me: Q for Science, A for Mathematics, and 76 for Computer Science. When I would spot it on a book, almost always I would find something of interest within.

This blog will be an exploration of my interests in computer science, education, complexity, and game design, mostly sticking to topics in the QA76 category, thus the name of the blog. I hope to talk about my current work, both research projects and classroom pedagogy, but also reflect on current computing issues and links that fascinate me.

Glad to have you along for the ride.

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