Cameron Pittman
Web Development. Teaching. Physics.

Hi! I'm Cameron Pittman. I'm a course developer at Udacity, where I teach web development. I used to teach high school science and had quite a bit of fun teaching physics with Portal 2.

Udacity Work

I'm lucky to work with a team that makes Udacity content happen. We tackle:

  • research-based instruction
  • producing videos
  • creating relevant engineering assets
  • whatever else needs to be done

Intro to HTML and CSS

Learn how to convert digital design mockups into static web pages and how to build a responsive portfolio site to showcase your work.

JavaScript Basics

Learn JavaScript syntax and coding conventions that web developers use to create interactive and dynamic websites while you create an online résumé for your portfolio.

Responsive Web Design Fundamentals

Learn and practice strategies for developing websites that look great on every device! Made with Google's Pete LePage.

HTML5 Canvas

Learn how you can use HTML5 Canvas to create and modify images or even interactive animations.

Intro to jQuery

Learn how to access and modify the DOM with ease using jQuery!

Intro to AJAX

Learn how to perform asynchronous requests as you build a web app with data from Google Street View, the New York Times and Wikipedia!

Website Performance Optimization

Learn how browsers convert HTML, CSS and JavaScript into websites while you experiment with Chrome Developer Tools to measure and optimize website speed!

Browser Rendering Optimization

This course will demystify the browser's rendering pipeline and make it easy for you to build high performance web apps.

Responsive Images

Go beyond image tags! Learn how to make images a part of your responsive design workflow.

Building High Conversion Web Forms

Increase conversions with best practices for fast, efficient forms! Learn how to design and build web forms for users on any device.

JavaScript Promises

Increase conversions with best practices for fast, efficient forms! Learn how to design and build web forms for users on any device.

Portal Work

I used to teach high school physics with Portal 2. This is the full story.

Conservation of Momentum

PwP Video - Conservation of Momentum

Simulating Thermodynamics

PwP Video - Simulating Thermodynamic

How realistic are portals?

PwP Video - How realistic are portal

Is energy conserved?

PwP Video - Is energy conserved?

Finding terminal velocity

PwP Video - Finding terminal velocity

Fun with oscillators

PwP Video - Fun with oscillators</p>

More videos

Contact

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