9 JAVA Tutors Found Near Berkeley, CA

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Milan S.

JAVA Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94704

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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UC Berkeley CS & Math major Tutor For Mastering SAT/SSAT/Math

My name is Milan S., and I am currently an undergraduate at UC Berkeley studying Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. I have had previous experience tutoring a business course at Columbia Business School for high school students. I really love tutoring because I feel that it is truly a great gift to be able to teach others difficult topics. I am easy to work with, and I am very professional. I also have a lot of experience with being tutored, so I know what qualities make a great tutor. ... [more]

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Dave P.

JAVA Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94103

Will travel 30 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 24 ratings

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Stanford Alum CompSci tutor: Java, C++, Python, APCS and more

Java seems cruel and extremely frustrating to a beginner, but I can explain why there are so many bits of fussy code, how you can remember them, and how to finally build and finish a project. Java seems more complicated than it needs to be, but it's worth learning as a first language, and learning the right way. It's precision forces good habits and it's many features expose a student to CS fundamentals. I will help you master the essentials. This is in your reach! Topics: data types, classes, objects, functions, methods, collections, keywords, debugging, design, problem-solving [more]

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Isabel R.

JAVA Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94118

Will travel 5 miles

$35 per hour.

4.75 8 ratings

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Patient and Experienced High School/Middle School Math Tutor

Hello, I'm Isabel! I'm a college undergraduate student at the University of San Francisco, studying computer science and physics. I tutored both middle school and high school students throughout my years in high school, in all levels of math from Pre-Algebra to AP Calculus. I was also a peer tutor for a Pre-Calculus class my senior year, and provided extra help for students in the class, answering questions and teaching on days the teacher was absent. Last semester I was a volunteer with an o... [more]

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Markus V.

JAVA Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94704

Will travel 1 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Friendly, experienced math tutor

I taught undergraduate math and statistics courses at UC Berkeley for about six years while I was a doctoral student. During that time I had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of students at very different levels. I'm just as happy helping out students who just need to pass as I am working with students who are striving for that A+. I'm passionate about math and about teaching. My favorite part of graduate school was getting the chance to work with students one-on-one. Working ... [more]

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Jahi M.

JAVA Tutor

San Leandro, CA 94577

Will travel 30 miles

$51 per hour.

4.84 105 ratings

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Experienced and effective math tutor

I have provided expert level individualized math tutoring for over 25 years. I have worked with students who have weak math skills and are currently struggling to keep up, students who are doing well and want to do advanced work, as well as students who fall somewhere in between. I have tutored in all junior high and high school math subject areas. I am comfortable with and have ample experience tutoring students of all ages. I help students to thoroughly understand math so they can do A+ wor... [more]

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Rony K.

JAVA Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94103

Will travel 2 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Patient Math & CS Tutor

Hello! I'm Rony. I came to the Bay Area around two years ago to work for Apple. Before that I went to college in New York, high school in Miami, and spent the first seven years of my life in Ecuador. I've always loved explaining concepts to others. One of my earliest memories is teaching my younger brother history and geography when he was a toddler. He's now about to graduate college, so that first lesson turned out well! I co-taught a small, interactive computer science workshop in college... [more]

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Andrew W.

JAVA Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94117

Will travel 4 miles

$200 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

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Postdoctoral scholar in chemistry, happily tutoring all the sciences

Hey! I'm a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford developing new structural refinement strategies and exploring next generation methods of ribosome design. I just completed my Ph.D. at NYU, where I described new ways to inhibit protein-protein interactions. Earlier, I earned my B.A. from Harvard in Chemistry, though while I was there I spent a great deal of time on mathematics and physics as well. My undergraduate thesis was mostly in medicinal chemistry and total synthesis. I tutored through Har... [more]

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Shrotriyee J.

JAVA Tutor

Oakland, CA 94612

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Programming Tutor/Computing Coach

I've taught computer science concepts from computer architecture/organization to programming in lower level languages, all the way to mobile programming for iOS. I've TA'd for classes back in Michigan and have done a lot of tutoring for college level programming classes. I can help you with C, C++, Java, Objective C, Swift, Python, Perl, or even your Wordpress website. I also provide computing coach services for OS X. Learn how to make the most effective use of all of the tools available t... [more]

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Gil Z.

JAVA Tutor

Oakland, CA 94610

Will travel 14 miles

$250 per hour.

5.0 195 ratings

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MIT Grad with "No Fear" Approach to Technical Topics

** June 2017 Update: Please note that I presently work largely with students seeking extracurricular or advanced instruction in programming, robotics, and mathematics. I work with other students on a case-by-case basis. ** It's much harder to learn something when you don't care about the topic. That's why I've always approached learning as two step process. The first step is getting to the "hmm!" moment -- that moment when you realize that the particular topic you're studying really does m... [more]