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Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

4.84 50 ratings

I studied computer science and got my first bachelor's degree at MIT. Since then, I have actually tutored computer science at the college level, helping students understand concepts via practical examples, even outside of code. For example, while explaining the concept of using mock objects in unit testing, I compared it to a fire drill: in real life situations, you would call the fire department to report a fire, but during a fire drill, you don't actually have that option available, so you "mock out" that step and assume the output. I've found that this step helped with both my tutoring s [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$59 per hour.

4.97 340 ratings

I teach computer science as a three-fold aggregation of math, algorithms, and data-structures. The math skills learned equip my students with the ability to systematically desynthesize problems into their components and identify problem and solution data. The algorithm development skills learned allow my students to develop a plan for their data, identify and account for any situation or special cases, as well as sort and process their data with perfectly predictable results. The data-structures learned will aid students by automating, filtering, and storing their data. I teach these con [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$75 per hour.

5.0 89 ratings

I minored in computer engineering for master's degree. Also, I took several graduate level computer science courses at The George Washington University. In addition, I worked as a software engineer over 17 years. I am a PhD Mathematician and a software engineer with tutoring experience in USA, Germany, and Korea. I have many years of experience in tutoring middle and high school students (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, AP calculus, probability). I also have experience in teaching college classes and mentoring interns (calculus, linear algebra, finite mathematics, discrete mathematics, p [more]

I completed my bachelors in computer science while tutoring 100 and 200 level courses in programming. I also have a masters of science in cyber security and can tutor information security topics as well. Hi there! My name is Brock. I'm a professional working in IT. My day to day job involves working with almost all of the technology stack. I write code, defend against hackers, configure networks and more. I really enjoy sharing knowledge and watching someone grow. I was a peer instructor in college where I assisted in programming labs and help office hours to assist students with homework, pro [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$39 per hour.

4.9 30 ratings

I have assisted in teaching two computer Science classes in College. I have created iOS apps for clients and helped College and high school students Ace their AP exams and university exams. I love helping students reach their full potential. I am especially experienced on teaching React, Rails, Java, C++, and beginning to advanced data structures. I would love to help everyone with Computer Science tutoring. I have taught Ruby on Rails bootcamps, been a TA at my undergraduate university, teaching introduction to java courses. I love explaining algorithms, data structures and big O to all m [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 15 ratings

I learned Computer Science when I originally started at the University of Ottawa. I then later switched to Software Engineering but both programs of Studies have similar learning paths. I studied C programming, the design of algorithms, database concepts, file processing, networking, design of compilers, the construction of 4th generation languages, code optimization to meet space and speed requirements, basic microprocessor electronics for hardware, among other subjects. Since I arrived in Washington DC, I have been introduced to some students that are attending Howard University. Some have [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.93 304 ratings

I have an associate's degree in Computer Science, and am fluent in C++ and Java. I have been programming since about 2008. I'm also a undergraduate math major. Computer science at its heart is really a math subject. To understanding why computers are the way they are, you need to remember that the inventors of the subject were mathematicians. Even in present day the bridge between math and computers science is still there, and with my background I can not only teach you to program, but hopefully explain some of the reasons programming and computers are the way they are. [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.81 156 ratings

I am certified in General computers, Java, and HTML, and SQL. I am an expert in almost all of the computer science subject areas since I have been in the field for 15 years. I have an institute in Mclean,va, where I teach all the subject mentioned below. I have been working as a programmer for 12 years. I have 12+ years of experience designing and implementing complex web applications with Java technologies. For 15 years I designed plenty of web applications. I also really enjoy teaching others how to master complicated technical domains in programming. Even if you are an absolute beginner [more]

I've taught computing curricula for over four years in Computer Engineering and Computer Science, with a focus on freshman and sophomore level courses. Students have come from diverse backgrounds and majors. Hi there! I have a background in Computer Science and Math, and teach several subjects at the college and high school levels. I offer a free first session in most cases. Experience in the following: Programming (all levels, esp C/C++, Python and Java) Exam prep GRE / LSAT Computer Science (Theory, Algorithms, Databases, Security) Advanced Applications (Algorithms in AI/ML) Math (Algebra, [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

4.66 187 ratings

Computer science is the study of computational phenomena, usually but not always as realized in human constructed systems. Amazingly humans have been developing computational systems for at least two thousand years. While Charles Babbage and his companion Ada Lovelace nearly created working gear based computer systems in the mid 1800s, the theoretical foundation of computer science was formally laid in the 1930s resulting in the explosion of computers and the birth of the computing industry in the 1950s. Since then, the study of the structure of computational systems has revolutionized our [more]

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