Connor is a third-year computing student at Queen’s University specializing in software design. He has previously worked as a technology camp counsellor, and a computer science teaching assistant at Queen’s.
He fell in love with computer science through video games at an early age and has studied and grown his skills ever since. He loves the fact that computer science is increasingly being taught to young children as it is a great opportunity to not only learn about an amazing field but teach them valuable skills related to logic and problem-solving.
In his spare time, Connor loves to play video games, grow his vinyl collection, and go on adventures with his friends.
David graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics in Combinatorics and Optimization. He was a teaching assistant at UWaterloo, and worked at Google for 5 years as a software engineer. In addition, He was a member of the Toronto Math Circles. He has extensive teaching experience in coding and mathematics.
His hobbies include food, video games, and math. He has recently gotten into self-hosting as well.