Dr. Brian Fraser is creating Programming Videos (Android, Linux, C, ...)
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Dr. Brian Fraser is a Senior Lecturer at a Canadian university teaching Computer Science courses on topics such as quality software development, object oriented design, operating systems, and embedded Linux. He produces videos to teach the viewer how to solve a problem and become a better programmer. Videos focus on how to write quality code vs hacking something quick and dirty.

Each video is planned so it covers the important aspects of a problem in a meaningful progression. If you just want to find the quick answer; check Stack Overflow. If you want to see it in action and learn then have a look at his videos on YouTube.

Note: If you are a current student at my university, please wait until after you have graduated before becoming a patron. This is necessary to prevent possible conflicts of interest. Thank you!
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$1 or more per month

You are an official supporter great video content!

If you are a current student of the institution I teach at, please only become a patron after you graduate, otherwise it can seem like a conflict of interest. Thank you!

Suggester
$10 or more per month

Not only do you support great video content, but also you get to suggest topics for new videos!  

If you are a current student of the institution I teach at, please only become a patron after you graduate, otherwise it can seem like a conflict of interest. Thank you!

Goals
2 of 100 patrons
I hope to have Patreon help focus my efforts on videos that would be most useful to a wide audience.
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Dr. Brian Fraser is a Senior Lecturer at a Canadian university teaching Computer Science courses on topics such as quality software development, object oriented design, operating systems, and embedded Linux. He produces videos to teach the viewer how to solve a problem and become a better programmer. Videos focus on how to write quality code vs hacking something quick and dirty.

Each video is planned so it covers the important aspects of a problem in a meaningful progression. If you just want to find the quick answer; check Stack Overflow. If you want to see it in action and learn then have a look at his videos on YouTube.

Note: If you are a current student at my university, please wait until after you have graduated before becoming a patron. This is necessary to prevent possible conflicts of interest. Thank you!

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Supporter
$1 or more per month

You are an official supporter great video content!

If you are a current student of the institution I teach at, please only become a patron after you graduate, otherwise it can seem like a conflict of interest. Thank you!

Suggester
$10 or more per month

Not only do you support great video content, but also you get to suggest topics for new videos!  

If you are a current student of the institution I teach at, please only become a patron after you graduate, otherwise it can seem like a conflict of interest. Thank you!