This blog is dedicated to providing information for high school computer science teachers but it will also have things of interest to teachers at other grade levels. I like to think of myself as the "Microsoft Education Blogger."
Alfred Thompson is the K-12 Computer Science Academic Relations Manager for Microsoft where he has worked for the last seven years. Prior to Microsoft, Alfred was a high school computer science teacher and school-wide technology coordinator. He has also taught grades K-8 as a computer specialist. Before teaching, Alfred was a software developer for 18 years. As a developer he worked on developing everything from accounting applications to operating systems. He has written several textbooks and project books for teaching Visual Basic and C# in high school and middle school. In his current role he is a frequent speaker at conferences and advisor on computer science curriculum. You can also follow Alfred on Twitter at @alfredtwo Additional profile information at Google+