3 Computer Science Tutors Found Near Salt Lake City, UT



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Joshua Z.

Computer Science 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. I have two years of experience tutoring both computer programming and computer science. Some topics that I have successfully taught in the past include: boolean algebra, logic gates, algorithms, databases and information retrieval, and (basic) computer security. 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 wor [more]


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Rodney B.

Computer Science Tutor

Ogden, UT 84404

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 22 ratings

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Modern Computer Use, Office Applications and Programming

I have been working as a professional software developer for over 20 years, using any of 18+ programming languages. I also have experience with computer troubleshooting and repair. I am familiar with many operating systems including SUN Solaris, UNIX, Linux, Windows, DOS, OS/X, Macintosh and OS/400, CPM, BEA. Do you want help learning something related to computers? I can teach you the why's and how's of just about anything relating to modern personal computers. How to build, repair, utilize or program them. I can help you create clear, concise, professional documents for work or school, [more]


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James N.

Computer Science Tutor

Pocatello, ID 83202

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.27 22 ratings

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I love to tutor & have Master's degrees in Physics and Philosophy

I have been hacking code since high school. Not being too bright, I spent 3.5 years pursuing an Electrical Engineering/Computer Science degree at CU Boulder before realizing I didn't want to be a EE. Even so, a great deal of graduate work in Experimental High Energy Physics at KSU and KU involved work in computer science. I gained most of my hands-on programming experience while working on my MS and PhD in Experimental High Energy Physics, where I programmed in a number of languages: FORTAN, C/C++, (Visual-)BASIC, and a number of web scripting languages (javascript, PHP, PERL) and speciali [more]