Julian Erickson

Julian E.

Fort Wayne, IN

About Julian E.

Background check: Last verified 12/11/2016
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Julian teaches: Ages 5 and up
Teaching since: 2016
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I started building and programming robots at a very early age. With over ten years of experience with robotics and computer programming, I'm always excited to share my knowledge! I believe students learn best by formulating their own objectives and dreams. They must build knowledge based on a final goal that may range from a career or one little project. For example, I learned computer programming for my hobbies of building robots and developing video games. I currently study cognitive science at the University of Evansville. In my spare time, I take up inline skates for distance and speed. Getting third place in the Chicagoland Inline Marathon proves my passion for skating.

Photos and Videos

Backpacking in the Grand Canyon


Cognitive Science
Aug 2014 - Present
University of Evansville

Languages Spoken

Fluent / Native Proficiency


Third Place
Jul 2016
Chicagoland Inline Marathon

6 Reviews on Julian E.

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Kiefer Mar 28, 2017
Verified Student · JavaScript · Online
Mariusz Mar 22, 2017
Verified Student · Computer Programming · Online
Really well described circuits, etc.
I know way more now!
Oleg Feb 20, 2017
Verified Student · Robotics · Online
Anja Lemelson L. Feb 15, 2017
Verified Student · Computer Programming · Online
Mark Dec 12, 2016
· Robotics · Online
Looking for experience? This guy started building robots when he was nine!
Charles Dec 10, 2016
· Computer Programming · In home
Julian is very knowledgeable in pretty much all things programming. If he can't explain it, he can show it to you in a simple example that makes sense. In learning JavaScript for the first time he helped me understand classes, arrays, and anything else I got stuck on. He also helped me transition to C# and taught me how Unity's specific functions tie in.
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