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Aaron has been a full-time Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Boston University since 2004, where he has taught introductory classes for both computer science majors and non-majors. Aaron’s teaching emphasis has been in teaching computer programming and web application development. In addition, Aaron developed and taught a class in personal life-cycle economics that ran from 2009-2013, and currently teaches a class in mathematical modeling for personal finance in the Department of Mathematics.
Previously, Aaron worked as a software engineer at Cisco Systems, and as a telecommunications analyst at Andersen Consulting. He continues to do software development consulting work in the area of network security and databases.
Aaron is the holder of an undergraduate degree in business from Indiana University; a master’s degree in Computer Science from Boston University; and a master’s degree in finance from Boston College.
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