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I have extensive experience in computer programming. One programming language I specialize in is Fortran. The name Fortran comes from the phrase "formula translation". It is the programming language of choice for scientists and engineers. Most computer programmers are unfamiliar with Fortran. I wrote my first Fortran program in 1976. I have kept up with the changes to the language through Fortran 2008. I have mastered skills in many diverse areas. Determination, confidence, and knowing how to study have been the keys to my success. I focus on helping my students build these fundamenta [more]

Fortran and Algol were my first languages in computer programming. I used Fortran in the development of realtime models for the Navy and used in for my master's thesis. I have been programming for over 20 years and taught numerical methods. I understand the logic of coding. I am an engineer, with degrees in Ocean Engineering (BS, MS), Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (MS), and Civil Engineering (PhD). I have taught high school and university students in tutoring and traditional classrooms. I have taught simple mathematics to complex numerical schemes, basic, core, and design engineering cou [more]

I have been doing computational fluid dynamics for the past 6 years which has made me used to writing CFD codes in FORTRAN and other languages. My name is Utsav and currently I develop computational model for liquid propulsion in aircraft as well as rockets. I have a vast experience in fluid dynamics and I have taught robotics and fluid dynamics to many students before. What makes me unique is my expertise in different fields of science. Though I pursue aerospace engineering, but I have a tremendous experience in coding, embedded coding, neuroscience etc. which will definitely help any type [more]

FORTRAN is my native computing language. I learned and used FORTRAN throughout my undergraduate work and subsequently used FORTRAN to write subroutines for the SLAMII models that I created for a former employer. I am a fun-loving, pragmatic, task master. I believe in making math fun through the use of computational tricks and short cuts that are often no longer taught in schools. I recognize that some students are handicapped when their learning style does not match the style of their teacher; so I adapt. I believe that understanding the "why" and "when" is perhaps more important than the [more]

I learned Fortran many years ago. When I first started an internship at an engineering company back in December 1986 while I was a Junior in college. One of my first projects among many were to port a huge Fortran computer program from one operating system to another. I had to make sure the output from each of these programs were correct. This program was used to design roadways. In addition, I used Fortran for many years to write routing software as well. Not all of this software was written in Fortran. Other parts were written in C and C++. Honestly, I prefer C++ and C over Fortran since t [more]

Back when Fortran was popular, I did my entire masters thesis in magnetic resonance research in FORTRAN. I have over 1000 hours of experience in it. Thank you. I have twenty years of teaching experience with students at all levels of math and physics. I am available to tutor online or in person. I am very patient and know all sorts of little tricks to make math and physics easier to do and understand. I also am very experienced using software such as Geometer's Sketchpad and Mathematica to make concepts come to life. Hope to hear from you!... [more]

I programmed in FORTRAN from 1964-1989, creating many projects such as statistical analysis, electrical network analysis, process control. I worked with internals of the Fortran Compiler at Purdue University. Tutored Fortran at Purdue and Roosevelt universities. My colleagues and teachers tell me that I am very good at explaining complex topics in simple terms: both orally and written. I greatly enjoy doing that. I have worked with computers for over fifty years, mostly programming computers to control industrial processes, voice and data communications networks, and electric power systems [more]

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