Richard Gnall

Computer Science Engineering Physics Teaching

Richard Gnall is an ex-Bell Labs physicist
with research experience developing
semi-conductor lasers and other
telecommunications-related optical devices.

He currently teaches math, physics, engineering and computer science in Connecticut.
Illuminated Fiber Optic
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Richard Gnall is an ex-Bell Labs physicist
with research experience developing
semi-conductor lasers and other
telecommunications-related optical devices.

He currently teaches math, physics, engineering and computer science in Connecticut.
Illuminated Fiber Optic
Photonics
Semiconductor Lasers
Holographic Gratings
Tunable Laser
Concentration
Visual Basic
Concentration
Nim
C++
Nim
ByteToDecimal
Python
Nim
User Groups
Code Camps
Computer Clubs
Professional Societies

C++
Software, Books
Tutorials
Online Resources
Python
Software, Books
Tutorials
Online Resources
Networking
System Admin
Software, Books
Tutorials
Online Resources
Physics 110
Survey Course



Photonics 230
Survey Course



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CCC
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Projects
richardgnall.com
tethomas.com
locusmedicus.com
Dynamic HTML
Bouncing Ball Demo


Resources
Online References
Books & Utilities
Code Validation
Browser Sniffing
Browser and OS
Detection
Browser Statistics
Historical Trends in Browser Market Share
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Wacom & GIMP
Substitute a
Wacom Tablet
for a
Whiteboard

pdf (724 KB)
Software Utilities

Hardware
Windows Laptop and Peripherals Recommendations

(pdf 411 KB)
Wild Life
Connecticut
Arts & Music
New Jersey
Arts & Music
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