3 DOS Tutors Found Near Savannah, GA



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Roger S.

DOS Tutor

Jacksonville, FL 32207

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.97 105 ratings

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Mathematics Tutor

I have used DOS more or less constantly since it was introduced for microcomputers in the early 1980s. I enjoy teaching and working with children. While I believe that all children can learn, they do so in their own ways and at their own pace. It is the tutor?s responsibility to ensure that the student(s) understand the material. It is important to show students how one idea builds on the last. I will help your child learn the material in his/her own way. I consider myself to be patient, non-judgmental, and knowledgeable of the subject matter. I truly believe all children can meet their potent [more]


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Deena S.

DOS Tutor

Middleburg, FL 32068

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

4.76 75 ratings

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Information Technology/Programming/Math Tutoring

My first programming language was learned using the DOS environment/operating system. I teach Operating System as a subject and we use many DOS commands in the class. I have an Associates Degree in Computer Programming from St. Johns River Community College, a Bachelor's Degree in Information Science from University of North Florida and a Master's in Information Technology from the University of Liverpool. I was a programmer/analyst for over 7 years and I've been teaching it for over 8 years at two Universities. [more]


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Hardy W.

DOS Tutor

Jefferson, GA 30549

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Hardy tutors in Spanish, Property Analysis, Management

My first personal computer was a COMPAQ portable (luggable - it weighed 34 lbs.) and the operating system was PC-DOS. The COMPAQ was an IBM compatible model so it used the IBM Version of DOS, not the MS SOS version. There were over a dozen different variations on DOS, but PC and MS were the most prolific and popular. In those days, all you had to interface with your computer was DOS, so you had to understand a lot more about the physical characteristics of the system than you need to know today. DOS commands are specific to the device you are trying to control, and the command parameters a [more]