|name||Samuel Alexander Rebelsky|
|major||Mathematics (undergrad); Computer Science (grad)|
|home||Newton, Mass (along the way, I've lived in Chicago, New Hampshire, Maine, and Holland)|
|courses||I'm teaching 152 and 223.|
|experience||More than I want to admit.|
|languages||More than I want to admit. The C-like languages I know include ANSI C, K&R C, C-shell, C++, Perl, and Java. I also know a number of functional languages, some OOP languages, and have forgotten some, too.|
|motivation||It seemed like an interesting course to teach.|
|expectations||What its like to teach at Grinnell (yup, it's my first term teaching here).|
|concerns||That I'll push you folks too hard.|
|likes||Emphasis on "learning for learning's sake".|
|dislike||Used bookstores and record stores in town not up to my standards|
|topfive||Five favorite genres of music 1. Americana/Roots/whatever we call it this week 2. Power pop 3. Folk (classic and modern) 4. R&B (50's-60's) 5. A Cappella|
|self||I'm a new faculty member at Grinnell. I have a wife, Michelle, and a child, William. Michelle's finishing her residency, so I'm a "single parent" this term.|
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