This page is to highlight the achievements of past and some current students in all my courses. It is divided into sections:
- Alumni Survey (answers to questions and the analytics results of what they said)
- Alumni Testimonials (written words and links to alumni content)
- Alumni Pictures (slideshow of alumni then and now)
- Alumni Videos (recorded testimonials of alumni and the advice they give)
- Alumni Guest Lecture Series (recorded Computer Science lecture topics)
- If you ARE an alumni of Mr. Wachs’ class from the past and you have the time, please fill out this survey!
- See the analytics (results) of this survey here!
- And consider writing a testimonial on this page!
These links are in no particular order and highlight any student who was in one of Mr. Wachs’ classes at some point in time.
- Online programming resume by a former Computer Science student of Mr. Wachs (and school valedictorian for Sturgeon Heights)
- A letter for new programmers – written by a former I.B. Computer Science student
- Programming blog from a former I.B. Computer Science student
- A Game Development blog from a former I.B. Computer Science student who now teaches at the University of Manitoba in the department of Computer Science
- A simple to use graphics, media and input library developed by a former I.B. Computer Science student currently working on his doctorate of Computer Science
- Former I.B. Computer Science graduate who won the “World Series of Hack” put on by Mozilla on a co-op placement at the University of Waterloo – see the video here
- Personal website of a former I.B. Computer Science student, and in a sense an online resume
- Article written by former I.B. Computer Science student for the University of Manitoba’s student newspaper (The Toban) on the new digital image you present called “Sell yourself professionally, digitally“
- Computer Science graduate student (and my former I.B. Computer Science student) currently teaching the Introduction to Computer Science course at the University of Manitoba has a home page
- The University of Manitoba has held a high school programming contest the last 5 years, and Sturgeon Heights has placed in the top 2 schools in Manitoba almost every year, and has placed first for 3 of the 5 years. More detailed results can be found here