6 Cobol Tutors Found Near Milwaukee, WI

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Fred S.

Cobol Tutor

Chicago, IL 60659

Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

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Quickbooks tutoring and consulting

I have a Bachelor's degree in Information Science. And I have 10 years pf experience programming. I have been doing Quickbooks in Small Business for over 30 years. I have worked in a Small Retail Business where I was Business Manager and in a three doctor Medical Practice where I was responsible for all Accounting and Cash flow and managing a prescription drug invoices of over $200,000 a month. Real live use of Quickbooks makes me an expert in making it work for your business. Quickbooks, 30 years of PC experience. Programming for Fortune 500 companies. Business Manager in small ret... [more]

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Ricardo P.

Cobol Tutor

Roselle, IL 60172

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

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An accomplished, passionate COBOL professional

I have a COBOL diploma and 25+ years experience in development, testing and implementation of business systems. I have coached/tutored an offshore team of 5-10 COBOL developers. I have ensured COBOL code followed standards and business/technical requirements, before I gave my approval for deployment to SIT, UAT and Production environments. I have extensive COBOL experience and have a passion and would love to impart my 25+ years experience. I previously supervised an offshore COBOL development team and the highlight of my job was when I did code review/feedback and coaching/tutoring the team [more]

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Dayle R.

Cobol Tutor

Lake Zurich, IL 60047

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

4.92 13 ratings

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Tutor with experience as an Adjunct Faculty member

I taught COBOL at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine for 4 years. This included COBOL and Advanced COBOL. I also wrote COBOL Code for over 20 years. I have been helping others with computer related topics since my undergraduate days at Illinois State University. I enjoy teaching and was an Adjunct Faculty member teaching computer courses at Harper College in Palatine, IL for 7 years. I worked in IT for over 40 years and am semi-retired. This allows me to meet during the day as well as evenings or weekends. I learned the MS Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access) [more]

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Richard S.

Cobol Tutor

Round Lake, IL 60073

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 16 ratings

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Math, Science, Computer Tutor in Far North Suburbs

During my Associate's Degree and Bachelor's Degree we worked with COBOL and JCL. I also worked on a mainframe with my previous company for 3 years during our Y2K conversion. I was also part of the team that migrated our mainframe batch jobs to our new AS/400. I have been tutoring independently since graduating high school. In high school, I was selected twice to teach the class when the teacher was unavailable. My best subject is Math. I was consistently at the top of my class in math in high school and college, achieving a 32 in math on my ACT and a composite score of 30. In 2010 I complet [more]

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Kaleem B.

Cobol Tutor

Chicago, IL 60631

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

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Patient and knowledgeable of programming languages

I have provided maintenance of the Program Loan Accounting System using COBOL II, IMS, DB2, JCL, Easytrieve, Endevor, CA7, File-Aid, OS/MVS, TSO/ISPF, IBM Mainframe. Participated in Debt Restructuring and Loan Write Off Batch projects using Agile methodologies. Provided reverse engineering - analyzed existing COBOL programs of the Program Loan Accounting System and created detailed specification documents that are used to produce business and functional requirements for the new Direct Loan System. [more]

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Douglas D.

Cobol Tutor

Itasca, IL 60143

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

3.95 38 ratings

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I am good at explaining complex topics in simple terms.

I am very good at explaining complex subjects in simple terms. I learned COBOL in 1965 as a volunteer tutor at Purdue. Since the class did not have access to a computer with a COBOL compiler, I did a preliminary design and a feasibility study for creating a COBOL compiler for the IBM-1620 minicomputer. I have used COBOL with other languages such as Fortran in order to read data in formats that are not supported by Fortran. This was done on various IBM mainframes. I studied COBOL debugging using an IBM self-study course, which involved working from mainframe core dumps (binary/hexadecimal) [more]