My name is Sean Malter and I love teaching, learning, and creating. I graduated in the spring of '15 from Cal State San Marcos with my single subject teaching credential in mathematics and a bachelors of science degree in mathematics.
In the summer of '13 I worked under Dr. Amber Puha to aid her in her research on shortest remaining processing time queues. This involved programming in the statistical language of R.
Outside of school I love to surf and flex my brain on challenging problems. I love to create little useful gadgets and shaping my own surfboards. I'm a huge fan of the lifehacker blog and how they have all these nifty gadgets and hacks to make life easier.
I currently live in Encinitas, CA. and loving the weather.