In late 2014, Greg was asked by a local educator (his wife Tina) to develop the curriculum to teach children the basics
of computer programming or "Coding". Since that time Greg has provided numerous lessons in beginner, intermediate and
advanced coding principles. This included co-running summer coding camps with his wife Tina and another skilled local
educator Jan Dance. The summer coding camp included "Learning to Code", "Robotics" and "Multimedia Management" through
the use of iMovie and Dash Robots. The camp culminated with a "Robot Olympics" and an "Academy Awards" for the iMovie trailers.
The coding clubs and camps have been covered a number of times by local media. Children who learn to code become empowered
content creators and not just content consumers. The benefits of learning to code are enormous and varied and children who
learn to code become empowered in many other areas of their lives. Greg continues to offer training in the Georgian Triangle area.