6 C++ Tutors Found Near Richmond, CA



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Jeff Y.

C++ Tutor

Corte Madera, CA 94925

Will travel 20 miles

$110 per hour.

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Passionate about teaching young minds how to code!

I have 30 years coding experience with 2 recent years intensive tutoring C++ at the college level for UC students covering core Freshman/Sophomore coding constructs including: control flow variables, arrays, objects, & data structures object-oriented programming concepts abstract data types graphs and trees searching algorithms heaps hashing recursion Strong focus on teaching language-independent concepts as well as specific syntax and problem solving skills that will benefit students as they prepare for, and enter college level curricul [more]


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Dave P.

C++ Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94103

Will travel 30 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

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Stanford Alum CompSci tutor: Java, C++, Python, APCS and more

I've taught beginner and intermediate level C++ many times. Many CS curriculums use C++ to introduce custom data structures, efficient file reading/writing, algorithm analysis, recursion, and pointers. Whether you're struggling with these new concepts, or having trouble with the picky syntax and hard-to-understand error message, I can patiently help you gain confidence and write a strong C++ program. Coding is hard, but you do not have to learn coding alone. I've seen too many times, and experienced myself, the massive frustration and discouragement that occurs when learning a language for the [more]


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Thomas P.

C++ Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94703

Will travel 5 miles

$95 per hour.

4.96 26 ratings

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Software tutor for Math and Science

During my 6 years at Varian Associates (acquired by Applied Materials). My daily coding was done in C++. I am very comfortable using C++ on the Windows platform. Normally I use Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2010 for a C++ development IDE. I attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute and graduated with a degree in Physics. I love math, science and engineering. I enjoy helping students explore and appreciate these subjects. I have worked for Princeton University, Hewlett Packard, Xerox and Northrop Grumman. Recently I have been developing an online web site/app that aids students in classroom s [more]



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Andreas M.

C++ Tutor

Oakland, CA 94618

Will travel 40 miles

$95 per hour.

4.98 547 ratings

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Effective Tutor for Math, Computer Science, and German

I worked for several years as a Software Engineer at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) using C/C++ for projects using high volume databases for distributed storage systems. I hold a M.S. in Mathematics and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics. Over time I have been working at universities in Germany and France, at research labs and a company in Germany and the US. I have been teaching math and computer science as a tutor and lecturer in multiple countries at high schools, boarding schools, and universities. I am proficient in teaching math at an [more]


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Shrotriyee J.

C++ Tutor

Oakland, CA 94612

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Programming Tutor/Computing Coach

I've tutored for EECS 280 at University of Michigan which is the algorithms and data structures class for the Computer Science Major. I have programmed in C++ and work in Swift, and Objective-C, which is built on C++. Much of my instruction in computer programming was either in C++ or Java. I've taught computer science concepts from computer architecture/organization to programming in lower level languages, all the way to mobile programming for iOS. I've TA'd for classes back in Michigan and have done a lot of tutoring for college level programming classes. I can help you with C, C++, Java, Ob [more]


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Andrew W.

C++ Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94117

Will travel 4 miles

$300 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

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Postdoctoral scholar in chemistry, happily tutoring all the sciences

I've been programming in C++ for around ten years. I started with simple console applications and wrote a few basic programs (text-based games, mainly) and subsequently moved to larger-scale projects (learning object-oriented methods, learning Windows/DirectX game programming, and so forth). My sophomore fall semester at Harvard, I took Computer Science 50, a rigorous introductory programming class much of which is conducted in C, a language with a close relationship to C++. (There exists no C program that is not also a C++ program.) Through that course, I gained a formal perspective on all a [more]