My name is Daniel Lande, and I am a computer science and engineering teacher at Sentinel High School and an Adjunct Instructor at at Missoula College. This is my fourth year at Sentinel where I also serve as the Computer Science Club Coach and Assistant Advisor for the Missoula Robotics Team. I earned my BS Computer Science, BA Mathematics, MS Computer Science, and MBA degrees from the University of Montana. I was the co-founder of Missoula-based software company Orbital Shift and served as the VP-Technology and Lead Software Developer for four years. I teach a variety of courses including Computer Science Essentials, Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A, Cybersecurity, Network Engineering, 3D Design and Animation, and Engineering Design and Development. When I’m not teaching, I am an active musician in the Missoula Symphony and Helena Symphony as a horn player, and the Missoula Community Band and Missoula Community Big Band as a trumpet player.