David Smallberg is a Consultant in Computer Science with expertise in software systems and programming. Additionally, he enjoys teaching.
I took CS 31 with him and it was an excellent class. His lectures are easy to follow along with his explanation of all key points being covered thoroughly. He does a fantastic job of keeping everything organized in the lectures as well.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood is an important period in a child’s brain development. They lay the foundations for social skills, self-worth, moral values and cognitive capabilities.
Experiences a child has from birth through age 8 can have profound, lifelong effects on their health, learning capacity and behavior. By understanding how these early life events impact these outcomes, parents, educators and policymakers can work toward creating an effective plan for ensuring children thrive into the future.
Many great minds have contributed to the field of early childhood education and created styles of teaching which still prevail today. Some notable theories include those of Friedrich Froebel, who is widely considered as having founded kindergarten, and Erikson who believed that parents and educators must support a child’s psychosocial growth at each stage.
David Smallberg has achieved great success as a teacher, as well as being an enthusiastic philanthropist and recipient of several prestigious awards. His infectious curiosity for knowledge drives him to stay abreast of education, technology and entertainment trends. His students and faculty members who serve as their guides consistently award him with notable accolades; keeping up with such an influx of high-aficionados is no problem for him – one he eagerly endeavors to address seriously.
Achievements and Honors
David Smallberg is a highly esteemed journalist renowned for his investigative reporting. His work at the Project on Government Oversight (POGO) earned him multiple awards, including three Dateline Awards in business journalism, investigative reporting and feature series writing. Additionally, in 2012 he was appointed Editor-in-Chief of POGO – a position which he held prior to joining Bloomberg Government that September. Together with his wife Prudence they have two sons.
David Smallberg is a consultant in Computer Science, with expertise in software systems and programming. He has collaborated with numerous universities such as UCLA and Caltech, and also taught various courses related to computer programming at UCI and other institutions. He has designed, implemented and tested software tools and systems for numerous clients such as Microsoft, IBM, Xerox, Sun Microsystems and Tandem. Additionally he conducted software comparisons in copyright and intellectual property litigation cases and created several tools to detect software similarity. With a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from California Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Computer Science from University of California Los Angeles under his belt he holds expertise in this area.