My name is Gustavo Pezzi, and I am a university lecturer in London, UK.
I teach the fundamentals of computer science, programming, and mathematics. I have several years of professional experience and my academic path includes institutions such as Pittsburg State University, City University of London, and University of Oxford.
At the end of the day, I'm just a guy who loves to teach.
I created Pikuma to teach concepts that are usually ignored by other education providers.
Pikuma is not about tech career, finding a job, or the latest hype. Pikuma is about understanding the fundamentals and opening black boxes. I want to make low-level programming and math fun, non-intimidating, and accessible to beginners and veterans.
This is a light-hearted and welcoming platform with no place for ego. One of my students wrote that "the course felt like a going on a great short vacation with an excellent guide..." I want this platform to be just that; going on a fun vacation to a quiet cabin in the woods with a nerd friend.
Like my students say, "Pikuma is no fast-food course." You'll learn the low-level details of why and how things work. Each course comes with a set of lectures, videos, quizzes, exercises, and structured activities to consolidate your knowledge on the topics.
I don't teach hype buzzword tech or make false coding bootcamp promises. I try to focus on concepts that are timeless and that will hold true long after the technology is replaced. Also, there are no sales gimmick here, like running promotions or offering discount codes.
You'll receive a weekly progress reminder to keep you on track and motivate you to finish your course. Let’s face it, how many of us purchase courses and never finish them? Unlike other platforms, I want you to complete the course and get full value.
If you are not convinced by the testimonials, check it out for yourself. You'll get your money back within 14-days if you're not satisfied.