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I have been a professional Software Engineer since 1978 and have programmed primarily in Java since 1997. I have implemented large and small systems, from games to large scale enterprise applications. I am taking on more tutoring as I approach retirement with the intent of tutoring to provide supplemental income during retirement. My formal education was in Mathematics, especially applied Mathematics. I have spent the last 35 years in the Software Engineering field, including 6 years with Apple computer. Back when I was in college, I earned a good part of my expenses by tutoring Mathematic [more]

I've worked in the analytical software business for a number of years, and have trained software engineers for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. I have extensive practical experience with using math and science for software applications. I have run a software consulting business for over 15 years. I have taught computer science courses for CU/Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. I have B.S. degrees in computer science and physics from Colorado State University. So...why be a tutor? I... [more]

I have a Masters in CS and currently work as an Android and web developer. I've taught college courses in Data Structures and Intro to Java, and TA'd for Software Engineering, Natural Language Processing, and others. Most of my experience is in Java and PHP, but I'll be happy to help with C++, Python or anything else. Java, Javascript, SQL, PHP, C++ ... [more]

Programming is a fun way to try out different kinds of algorithms in math, such as the Fibonacci Series, sorting numbers, searching through a set of data. You really don't have to know a great deal of technical information to get started in programming, especially in Java, and you will be surprised how much you can do with just a little bit of this knowledge. I can understand why a lot of students these days fall behind or lose interest in math. Subjects like Algebra and Trigonometry are taught in such a way that if you fall behind just a little bit, it can seem almost impossible to catch up. [more]

I've been a Java programmer since Java was first released, and was a Senior Java Architect for Sun, where I also wrote their first Java J2EE architecture course and many of the certification exam questions. I think the thing that makes a good teacher or mentor is remembering what it was like when you didn't know everything. My first experiences with teaching was in grad school, where I taught fundamental of programming and discovered that teaching is my drug of choice. Since then I've taught to everyone from absolute beginners to graduate-level courses, but I still like helping beginners th [more]

I have been an instructor at the University of Phoenix in computer science and mathematics since 2002. I follow the "Socratic Method" of asking questions that help the students reach the concept on their own rather than spoon-feeding the information. I hold a Math Teaching Certificate for the state of New Jersey. I have been working with software since 1964. My first job with computers was on the IBM 1401, which got its name because the first model had 1400 bytes of memory. Although the equi... [more]

During my 14 years tutoring I have helped basic computer students, computer programming students, writing students and math students solve problems that mattered to them. My first geometry student went from a 'D' to a 'B' in one lesson, because I didn't tell him what to do; I asked him the questions that made him understand what he knew and what he didn't know. I have many programming mentees who are now themselves programmers at top firms. In my computer programming teaching, I have taken a... [more]

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