My name is Bryan Knowles, and I teach kids and adults how to code.
In my free time -- who has free time anymore -- I take computationally hard problems and try to reinterpret them into something generative. I pick my favorites, I find some things, and I stick them together to look like that generative output. It combines my love of found art with computer science theory.
When I have any for sale, I'll list it here. If you want to see the generative programs I'm using, I try to post about them, so check the links above.
Knowles, Bryan, "Diversity, Identification, and Rhetoric in Tech: On the Analysis of Satirical Conference Talks" (2018). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2330. https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/theses/2330
Knowles, Bryan A., "In the Face of Anticipation: Decision Making under Visible Uncertainty as Present in the Safest-with-Sight Problem" (2016). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1565. https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/theses/1565
See my lab site: http://phai-lab.org
- Writing on the Web / Writing with Digital Workflows and in Networked Spaces
- Database Design
- Algorithms / CS Theory
- Web Design (UX, design fundamentals)
- Analytical Skills for Quantitative and Qualitative Research
All my teaching materials past a certain date are available open-source on my glitch 🎏 page.