Nic has taught computing at the Morris campus of the University of Minnesota since 1991, helping students develop problem solving, development, and life-long learning skills that serve them well when they graduate and for decades beyond. Cool alumni are scattered all over the upper midwest IT scene, from start ups to Fortune 500s.
He generally wishes he could spend more time pair programming with students and less time grading. He also keeps finding his photos on Wikipedia and occasionally sings in public. His wife makes cool sculpture, his son writes and performs, and his cat sheds. Such, they say, is life.
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