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Rodrigo Anadon began his teaching career in the state of Indiana and has now migrated to Longmont, CO to pursue his life-long learning goals in Computer Science and Technology at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He has been using computers since 1984 and enjoys coding. He is a proud member of the Computer Science Teacher Association (CSTA), Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN), and an active advocate for the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). He sees a big need to embrace computational thinking and make sure that today's youth and adults understand what it takes to be creative thinkers, problem-solvers, and team players in a digital world. He believes that focus needs to be placed in teaching digital ethics in order to address intellectual property, privacy, and other legal and social concerns related to information technology.
During his off-time, Mr. Anadon enjoys building computers, debugging code, creating DIY projects, bicycling, walking, swimming, hiking, playing soccer, and spending quality time with his family.