For many students around the world, educational resources are hardly affordable. Therefore, I have decided that my recent books should remain independent, non-profit, open-access projects. Whilst, for some people, the presence of a “designer tag” from a major publisher might still be a proxy for quality, it is my hope that they will prove useful to those who seek knowledge for knowledge’s sake. Please spread the word about these projects. Thank you.
Algorytmy i podstawy programowania w języku C++ (in Polish)
For more, see: my textbooks.
See my CV for the boring list of my teaching-related activities.
I am currently a lecturer at Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia).
In 2022, I am responsible for the following courses:
SIT220/SIT731 Data Wrangling (see my open-access textbook) – Trimester 1 (autumn) and 3 (summer)
SIG731 Data Wrangling (online; India) – Trimester 3
SIT114 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (see the open-access textbook draft) — Trimester 1
Introduction to Data Science in Python – University of Silesia in Katowice
In the past, I created and taught various courses related to programming, algorithms, computational statistics, and data analysis at Warsaw University of Technology (for 13 years). I wrote a couple of textbooks in Polish related to these.
I’m particularly proud of the Golden Chalk of the second degree (Silver Chalk? 😆) that I was awarded in 2019. Thanks. 🥰
I was one of the principal initiators/designers of the first data science course (both at undergraduate and postgrad level) in Poland.
I also taught very intensive and demanding (in a good way) R- and Python-for-data-analysis courses at Data Science Retreat in Berlin (for 5 years), amongst others.