"It would appear that you assumed something about my credentials. Some might assume that your absence of teaching credentials might be a sore spot for you. However I don't make that claim."
The teachers I speak to believe me to be more than qualified enough to teach, and I have had intelligent conversations with some of the best. So no sore spot at all. Actually, I am very pleased.
That settled, let's move on to the topic of "credentials". Just to be clear, I don't think you are qualified to make statements regarding the relationship between programming and math pedagogy. And that is based on everything you have said here and published at Shrine. You just don't have it. Now if you have been keeping "it" from us, then rather than run around in circles, let us have it. Show us what you know about programming and its relationship to math pedagogy.