All-nighters are not a part of a teacher’s job description but for these teachers, it’s all in a day…or night’s work.
On Sept. 30, The Great Canadian Appathon landed at Humber. The school was one of 21 universities and colleges across Canada acting as a hub for the event. The competition put students’ programming skills to the test.
Along with talented game programming students, Humber teachers Umer Noor and Lynda Hausman were there for the challenge. Noor teaches math and physics to game programming students and Hausman teaches programming languages.