6 Computer Programming Tutors Found Near Salt Lake City, UT

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Joshua Z.

Computer Programming Tutor

Salt Lake City, UT 84120

Will travel 30 miles

$75 per hour.

4.84 276 ratings

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Experienced, Excellent Tutor - My Record Speaks For Itself

I graduated from Westminster College with a degree in Computer Information Systems. In my full-time job, I work as a programmer and web developer. If you have a question that I can't answer off the top of my head, I know where and how to ask the questions and find the answers. I am no longer tutoring full-time. This restricts my tutoring availability to evenings on weekdays, but I am still meeting with students. Priority will be given to my regulars, but I am still taking new students if I can find a time to schedule that works for us both. I can help you in over 45 different subjects. As one [more]

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Michael P.

Computer Programming Tutor

Layton, UT 84041

Will travel 25 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 26 ratings

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Enthusiastic Math Tutor, Mechanical Engineer, and Mentor

I have a rather extensive programming background and nearly obtained a minor in Computer Science in college. I have taken several classes, created numerous projects, and helped colleagues with their code on multiple occasions in Java, JavaScript, C, HTML, ASP, Matlab, Arduino, and VBA. I am well-versed in the general concepts shared by the majority of programming languages, including classes, methods, loops, logic, objects, encapsulation, and arrays, just to name a few. I not only am good at programming, but I enjoy it, too! I'd love to share that knowledge and enthusiasm with you. [more]

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Joe H.

Computer Programming Tutor

Salt Lake City, UT 84109

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.97 67 ratings

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A math and science tutor with a dose of English literature.

I taught full-stack web development at V School off and on between 2016 and 2017, traveling to Beirut, Lebanon to teach. I also worked at a Utah startup called Sotrackit doing web development. Javascript is my jam. I'm a Texan with Utah roots. After growing up in Texas and later Oklahoma, I moved to Utah for college. There I journeyed through many chemistry and math classes to get a bachelors degree in chemical engineering. I also soaked up writing and literature classes to receive an English minor. Most of my engineering friends thought it was weird that I liked to write. I also took several [more]

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Eric K.

Computer Programming Tutor

Alpine, UT 84004

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Music, Computers, Sports, etc. Love learning new skills

I have programmed for hundreds of hours in various languages, and worked professionally doing web development for the administrative solutions web team at BYU. I am currently pursuing a Bachelor's in Computer Science at BYU. I have a passion for music (specifically voice), computers (programming), and sports (basically all except baseball), and languages (I speak Korean fluently). I have taught my family and close friends various skills including singing, sports, and various words in Korean. I also taught a free English class to Koreans for two years while living in Korea. Other than that I ha [more]

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Tyler W.

Computer Programming Tutor

Lehi, UT 84043

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Computer Science Tutor

I discovered my love for programming when I was just 12 years old through drawing pictures in Q-Basic. I am now in my junior year of a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at UVU. I have worked as a TA for programming classes in the past and I'm currently working in the Computer Science tutoring lab at UVU. I love tutoring because it challenges me to think in ways I wouldn't not normally in order to better understand and explain concepts to others. I am currently working in the UVU Comput... [more]

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Craig S.

Computer Programming Tutor

Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

1.0 1 ratings

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Interactive and easy to understand (Math and other related sciences)

I hope to become an engineer and use math to solve global problems. I started as a volunteer tutor in high school (mostly pre-calc and algebra) and started tutoring colleagues (in calculus and arithmetic reasoning) when I began attending college at BYU. I worked with volunteer organizations at BYU as a Program Director in clubs that involve mentoring youth in the community. I have been told that I explain things in a clear manner. Whether it is preparing for a upcoming test or getting throug... [more]