3 Computer Engineering Tutors Found Near Niagara Falls, NY



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Michael C.

Computer Engineering Tutor

Buffalo, NY 14221

Will travel 20 miles

$75 per hour.

5.0 26 ratings

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Software Engineer with 20 Years Professional Experience

I studied computer engineering in college and I am confident in my knowledge in this area. I understand fundamental computer architecture concepts, such as the interaction between CPU, memory and peripherals through the bus, the role of the hierarchical memory model in maximizing performance, CISC vs RISC, parallel computing concepts such as SIMD architectures (implemented in modern CPUs with names like MMX and SSE), operating system concepts, and security. I have a fundamental understanding of how computers work from the ground up. Fully zoomed in, there is the physical layer of (mostly) sil [more]


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Don C.

Computer Engineering Tutor

Buffalo, NY 14221

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Electrical Computer Engineer - 10 Years Teaching Experience

I have 6 years experience working in in software development with reputable companies. I also have a degree in Computer Engineering. Finally, I've taught software engineering concepts in classes for a local district. I have my secondary teaching certification for NYS. I love to teach and want to help you reach your goals! With a decade of experience in teaching full time and several years of real work software engineering experience, I can help you learn math and technical concepts in a fun and meaningful way. I have 6 years experience working in in software development with reputable [more]


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Ralph W.

Computer Engineering Tutor

Ashtabula, OH 44004

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

4.87 71 ratings

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Learn how to learn, Let's get started!

I have 10 years experience in Engineering with 3 years focused on computer engineering. I understand Computer Engineering is focused on computing in all forms, from microprocessors to embedded computing devices to laptop and desktop systems to supercomputers. As such, it concerns the electrical engineering considerations of how microprocessors function, are designed, and are optimized; how data is communicated among electronic components; how integrated systems of electronic components are designed and how they operate to process instructions expressed in software; and how software is written, [more]