By Jun Iio
Reading well-structured source code is an effective way to learn programming skills. The free, libre, and open source software (FLOSS) is considered an excellent tutor or learning guide for programming learning courses. However, in actual programming classes, it is not apparent that the teachers consult the source code of real applications as good examples. This talk provides several teachers' thoughts from the university who teach informatics, including programming skills.
He was born in Gifu in 1970. He received his Master's degree in Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics from the University of Tokyo in 1994 and joined Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc. in the same year. He has been a visiting associate professor at the International Center of Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology since 2009. In 2013, he became an Associate Professor at the Department of Socio-informatics, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University, a Research Fellow at the Institute of Science and Engineering, Institute of Social Science, Chuo University, and a Professor at the same department at the same university from 2014. He is now a Professor at the Faculty of Global Informatics at the same university since 2019. He is engaged in research on the interaction between humans and information systems. His research keywords are image processing, user interface, optimization of information systems, etc. He is an HCD-Net certified human-centered design expert, Professional Engineer (Information Engineering), and Ph.D. in Engineering.