Words from our Students

“Thank you for sharing your love of building, creating at the Microsoft Garage the other day. My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed the program.”  Vijaya, Redmond, WA


“I don’t know very much [about computer science] honestly. This lesson taught me more about the physical aspects of how computers work, not just coding which was nice… this class made [me] more interested [in computer science] because it taught me more about the physical aspects of computers.” 7th grader, Seattle, WA


“It was really fun when I was in your class. I liked making my own game and taking apart toys. I loved it! I am going to miss you.” 2nd grader, Los Angeles, CA


“Thank you for coming and teaching us how this worked it has helped me to understand how electricity works!” 7th grader, Seattle, WA


“I have asked this [mathematics] question of people I interview and I honestly haven’t seen someone explain the answer this well in my entire 25 years if working with engineers. Thanks for the great solution.” YouTube Subscriber, USA


“I love your page. I’m looking for something to connect my 9-year-old son, his curiosity for coding and robots, my passion for learning to code, ALL within our father-son time lol… your projects are it! Thanks for sharing.” – Father, USA

“I wish I had found your channel when I was taking applied calc 1 and 2. Your enthusiasm and how you easily break everything down makes it a lot easier to understand. Thank you for putting out excellent content, math or otherwise.” YouTube Subscriber, USA


Very cool project. I looked at the projects on your site as well and you do amazing, easy to follow write ups. I know in one of your math videos I stated I could use the math at work but I always look for ways to improve my writings for operating procedures (I work as a technician various data acquisition systems) and will probably adapt some of the formatting and outline in my next set of procedures. Thanks for putting out really good, easy to understand, videos.” YouTube subscriber, USA

“It is amazing to see how much content and inspiration your blog offers. From maths to robotics to programming – all in very digestible format. Hopping they will invent cloning soon so every school will have their own Jen.” Instagram follower, USA

Words from Educators

“[Your breadboarding class] was the first time I was able to write home to a student’s mom with something positive. Thank you so much for coming and engaging our students in this opportunity!”  6th grade science teacher, Seattle (Hamilton International MS)



I literally had to call the boys out at camp yesterday (in a playful way) cause my younger girls were hurdling past them on the Arduino front. ? We are using the spark fun 3.0/4.0 builds… and tweaking… kids are doing SO great!! I shouldn’t be surprised but am… so underestimated what these kids can do… loving every second. ? Thank you for your awesome example! Appreciate you!” – Elementary school teacher, Portland