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Will travel 10 miles

$250 per hour.

4.98 1087 ratings

I studied theoretical math at MIT, and I've taught theoretical computer science (computation theory, complexity theory, discrete mathematics for computer science, formal logic and semantics) to students in the Boston area for ten years. I provide rigorous, high-level academic tutoring, test preparation, and enrichment for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience with students and professionals around the world. I specialize in very advanced quantitative and verbal coursework. BIO: I studied theoretical mathematics, literature, and phi [more]

Will travel 3 miles

$240 per hour.

5.0 78 ratings

I have taught sections in Harvard's introductory computer science course, and complement this experience with professional background as a working and mentoring programmer. I can teach principles of program design, analysis of algorithms and data structures, and specific programming or software engineering styles. I am also particularly familiar with methods from artificial intelligence, and other developments at the intersection of computer science and statistics. I have taught CS using Python, C/C++, C#, Java, PHP, Javascript, Haskell, Perl, database languages such as SQL, statistical langua [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 131 ratings

I've earned a computer science minor with a 3.7 GPA from Umass Amherst. I have strong logical skills, understand theory of computation and proof techniques, as well as more concrete programming skills. I can program in any language, including functional and imperative paradigms. I've also earned a math b.s., and a physics b.s. My logic skills In math have a lot of cross-over with the more theoretical computer science classes. I have also worked on an Agile software development team to develop web games aimed at teaching middle schoolers statistics concepts. This work was in Actionscript, a [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.97 126 ratings

I learned to code in high school when I was 13 years old, have taken all core computer science classes at MIT, and have programmed extensively throughout my master's and PhD programs while at MIT. I think computer science is a lot of fun if taught properly, and would be very happy to teach you whatever you would like to learn in this field! I like to teach core materials and then work on fun, related projects together with my students. I look forward to working with you! Thank you for considering hiring me as your tutor. As I have mastered (and continue to improve) my tutoring trade with thous [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$90 per hour.

4.86 21 ratings

I major in computer science and have studied natural language processing, computer vision, algorithms, performance engineering, software development, sensor computing, et cetera. I'm originally from New York City. I studied at Stuyvesant High School and am now a MIT graduate (B.S. in computer science). I've been programming for a while and am passionate about computer science, computer vision, machine learning/deep learning, algorithmic programming, mobile development and performant computing. I really enjoy working with students to nurture an appreciation for computer science. I've taught cl [more]

I have extensive experience working with computers in the business environment. I am proficient in several internet browsers and Microsoft Office programs. Additionally, I have experience in generating and managing electronic databases, as well as webpage creation and maintenance. These areas are critical for success in modern-day online businesses. I have experience in writing knowledge management plans (using technology to transfer knowledge from one person to another, or making one key individual's knowledge available to multiple users in an organization). Knowledge management is a leading [more]

I am currently a masters student studying computer engineering. So I have taking a number of different computer science courses. Additionally, prior to starting my masters I worked as a software engineer at a robotics company for 4 years. I have a good combination of school and real world experience in this area! I'm Caroline! I graduated from Boston University in 2014 with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. After I graduated, I worked for 4 years as a software engineer at a robotics company. I started grad school in September at Boston University, where I'm studying computer engin [more]

I am a Boston University graduate with a degree in Computer Science. During my times at BU I did research in programming language theory and compiler design as well as systems programming and OS kernel design. Currently, I work as a software engineer in Cambridge where I design and architect high performance distributed systems that handle 100s of millions of requests a day. I specialize in Go, but also work with Python, C, and have experience in Java, Common Lisp, and Javascript. I have been tutoring both fellow students and younger children in Computer Science for 3+ years. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$85 per hour.

4.97 828 ratings

My experience in Computer Science is practical. In various professional capacities, I've implemented all of the major functional algorithms: sort, linked lists, binary trees, Huffman encoding & compression, depth- and breadth-first search, recursion, symplex-type optimization, and mathematical algorithms, e.g., numerical integration & differentiation, Monte Carlo optimization & annealing, and FFTs for convolution and correlation. I have also worked on all of the major machine learning algorithms, including linear methods like principal cluster analysis and nonlinear methods like neural network [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 22 ratings

I have taken two semesters of college-level computer science at Brown University. In addition to studying five languages, I have learned the theory behind algorithms for sorting, data storage, and other various important computer science topics. Peter is a graduate Brown University with degrees in applied math and music. Peter has previously been employed as a general SAT Math tutor at Carnegie-Pollack and a private geometry, algebra 1 and 2, and calculus tutor. His strongest areas are math, science, and music. Peter is ready to teach passionate students something new and exciting, help a [more]

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