Somewhat friendly when he wants to be.
Quite a lot, his knowledge on the subject is really poor, me being a man in my mid-30's who is just got in to programming about 3 years ago, knows a lot more about the subject than Christopher, really shocking, even if you check on his personal website, it looks like it was designed by a 10 year old. Not sure why hes even a lecturer, not sure how he got his PhD, what for and where.
Nice, helpful - more when he taught me in second year looking forward to next semester in third year! Very good at what he does.
He's a very busy fellow!
Christopher as a whole is an excellent lecture who is committed to helping students to achieve higher. He presents his lectures with a great deal of structure and professionalism and always puts the students first. He provides easy to follow as well as descriptive workshop materials for his lectures and engages with the students through peer to peer questioning.
He let me borrow his camera quite willingly, was really kind of him. Hes taught me before, knows his stuff, really nice guy!
Can't say anything bad about him, maybe a little over worked.
He's Awesome! He knows so much about games development.
He's very technical - not a bad thing, but challenging.