Heydon Hancox was introduced to the topic of Computing at the University of Northampton during the year of 2012. Upon completion of the first year, Heydon had switched to the specific pathway of Software Engineering and went on to attain a First Class degree.
Upon graduation he moved forward and applied for the job of Graduate Teaching Assistant within the University. Heydon has since applied for a PhD in the area of HCI and Interface Design but has yet to finish formalising the specifics.
BSc (Hons) Computing.
Supports in the following Modules:
- Internet Technology (CSY1018)
- Software Engineering 3 (CSY3013)
Heydon’s primary focus and research interest is in Interface Design and Human Computer Interaction considerations, however Heydon also has a wider interest in programming languages and Computing practices as a whole.
Jump to: 2017
- Johnson, M., Edwards, R. and Hancox, H. (2017) An assessment of the impact on student learning via the use of role-play to simulate client interactions within software engineering assessments. Paper presented to: 13th China Europe Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE), Athens, Greece, 24-25 May 2017.