3 C++ Tutors Found Near Tulsa, OK



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Tom C.

C++ Tutor

Fayetteville, AR 72701

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.56 72 ratings

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Tom C. Math, Computer Programming, History, Accounting

I have completed coursework and been recognized with awards for professional programing in C++, C, and UNIX shell. I am an experienced and certified teacher in mathematics 7-12 and am in between teaching contracts and available for tutoring again. I have years of experience in training and tutoring. Second in my high school class in Helena-West Helena, my cumulative GPA in 200 semester hours of college work is 3.81. My passion is mathematics, and I have professional experience as a Mandarin Chinese translator and a degree in French. I have also worked as an accountant and GRE/GMAT test [more]


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Henry C.

C++ Tutor

Lawton, OK 73505

Will travel 3 miles

$30 per hour.

4.98 55 ratings

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Seasoned Researcher/Technician

I have written software using various flavors of C++ for the better part of the last fifteen years. During that time, I contributed to database management system resources, computer based training development, network administration controls, and compiler development in C++. Because they are widely available and standardized, Visual Studio as well as Linux/UNIX implementations have been among the most popular with my students, although I have worked with many implementations of the C++ standard libraries since version 14882:1998. The methods I employ involve an engineer's approach to proble [more]


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Timothy B.

C++ Tutor

Bella Vista, AR 72715

Will travel 5 miles

$30 per hour.

4.8 20 ratings

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Versatile Tutor Covering Computers, Math, Music, and Writing

The only class where I actively studied C++ was Data Structures, which was my favorite class in college. This is because for me, it was mostly review. A friend had given me a C++ book in high school, which I had already gone through and learned what I could from it. Data Structures simply solidified my knowledge of the subject. I was the one of the few students, possibly the only one, to ever earn an A in Data Structures from the professor who taught it at the time. The students in that class frequently looked to me for help. I would commonly take time out of my own schedule to visit the comp [more]