Dan Garcia is a Teaching Professor in the EECS department at UC Berkeley. He was selected as an ACM Distinguished Educator in 2012 and ACM Distinguished Speaker in 2019, and is a national leader in the "CSforALL" movement, bringing engaging computer science to students normally underrepresented in the field.
Thanks to four National Science Foundation grants, the "Beauty and Joy of Computing (BJC)" non-majors course he co-developed has been shared with over 800 high school teachers. He is delighted to regularly have more than 50% female enrollment in BJC, with a high mark of 65% in the Spring of 2018, shattering the campus record for an intro computing course, and is among the highest in the nation! He is humbled by the international exposure he and the course have received in the New York Times, PBS, NPR, and others media outlets. He is working on the BJC Middle School curriculum.
This is a show-your-project submission, we won't need any more than 3 minutes. We made a dashed-line function that lets you change the line pattern to any kind of dashed line (solid1, space1, solid2, space2, etc). We think of this as an extension of the "JS Graphics Library" project we submitted last year in which we added solid "wedge", "ellipse", "parallelogram" (with and without skew).
- 3 min
- Snap!Con 2022
- Show Your Project