David Handy is the husband of a wonderful wife and enjoys being the homeschooling dad of his four great children. David’s father taught him about computers and electronics from a young age. He started writing computer programs at age 12 and got his first programming job at age 18. David served in the Micronesia-Guam Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1986 to 1988. After his mission he went to Ricks College and then finished his degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at BYU in 1993, with minors in Japanese and Mathematics. David’s professional experience includes circuit design at Intel for the Pentium Pro microprocessor, software development for an international telecommunications company, and developing business management software for SAS Institute. David believes in lifelong education.
He has enjoyed taking karate classes with his sons, learning Chinese with one of his daughters, studying American and world history, and keeping up with the latest developments in science and technology. He feels eternally indebted to his father and other good men who mentored him as a youth. He has taught many science and computer programming classes for youth in his area of North Carolina in an effort to “pay forward” the debt.
Brother Handy cuts through the confusion and shows the clear connection between science and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Using examples from the Brethren and his own experiences, he shows that the Lord wants us to succeed in science and will help us to do so. Good science and bad science will be compared and contrasted, to help you avoid being deceived. Strengthen your faith, broaden your horizons, boost your ambition, and develop even more gratitude for all that God has given us.
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