Susan Buck, MPS

Web Developer

Susan Buck is a programmer, designer, and educator who studied digital media at New York University's Interactive Telecommunication Program and University of North Carolina, Asheville's Multimedia Arts and Sciences Program.

At the Extension School, Buck teaches "Dynamic Web Applications," a course geared toward students who have experience with HTML/CSS and are looking to take their web programming skills to the next level with server-side development.

Additionally, Buck is an instructor in computer science at Wellesley College and co-founded the Women's Coding Collective, an educational initiative aimed at helping more women excel in programming and web development. In 2015 she was awarded the Petra T. Shattuck Excellence in Teaching Award by the Harvard Extension School.

Education

  • MPS New York University

Contact

susanbuck@fas.harvard.edu

Courses with Susan Buck

Spring Term 2018

Dynamic Web Applications

This course is the next step for programmers who are experienced with front-end website development using HTML/CSS and want to learn server-side web application development. At the start of the semester, we set up local and production server environments, managed with Git version control. Next, we explore web application programming using PHP, the dominant server-side language of the web.

Fall term 2017

Dynamic Web Applications

This course is the next step for programmers who are experienced with front-end website development using HTML/CSS and want to learn server-side web application development. At the start of the semester, we set up local and production server environments, managed with Git version control. Next, we explore web application programming using PHP, the dominant server-side language of the web.