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I am a CS Minor and I have completed java with high marks. I am the lead Calculus tutor at Wright State's Math Learning Center. I am a senior at Wright State in the Mathematics program. Classes that I am comfortable in tutoring include Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, and Linear Algebra. I started tutoring Algebra and Calculus at Sinclair's Math Lab under Jungmi McBride in the spring semester of 2015 and I have worked at Wright State Math Learning Center since the fall semester of 2015. I have 3 years tutori... [more]

Throughout my experience in school, I have always found that it is good to enjoy a subject, but it is imperative to have an excellent teacher. Classes I have enjoyed the most are sometimes on unusual topics that are not my general favorites, but have an outstanding person teaching them. I also found I take great enjoyment in teaching. I find my own learning most effective when I have a deep understanding of the underlying principles, and adopt the same approach in my teaching style. I am ... [more]

I have done web programming for the last 14 years and much of that has been in Java. I have written Java applications for FirstEnergy Corp. and can help you get started in learning the most used language for corporate IT departments. I have been computer programming with a focus on the web for over 14 years and have learned the ins and outs of Java, PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby and many other languages in that time. I have done work for Roadway, Goodyear and FirstEnergy Corp. on their core web applications and back end processes. I know how to build real applications for the real world. N [more]

I'm an experienced Java developer and Sun Certified Java Programmer (2008). I use Java extensively in my graduate work in astrophysics. I am especially experienced in Java-Swing graphics. Hi. My name is Sam, and mathematics and physics are my passions. It all started with a childhood fascination with astronomy. Astronomy led me into physics, which in turn pulled me to mathematics. Ever since, I've loved both learning and teaching physics and math. I recently completed my PhD in Department of Physics at The Ohio State University. I taught introductory college physics there for two years [more]

Hello, I'm Zach. I'm a college student currently attending the University of Toledo and I am majoring in Computer Science (CSE) and Physics. As of early September 2017, I do not have any formal experience in paid tutoring, but I do have good experience in informal tutoring (sister, classmates, etc.), which I have been doing on and off since eighth grade. In high school, some of my extracurricular activities included Mock Trial, Model UN, Math team, Academic Team and JV football. I am very str... [more]

I have done many types of programming including C, MatLab, Java, VBA, etc. I primarily have used these calculating numerical values from sc, science and engineering equations, which I was very good at doing. I am also helped many students understand the basics of programming so that they can do the programming on their own, and not only do the programming but be able to deBug the program so that it will run correctly, and then be able to interpret the answer to know if it is right or wrong, and proceed accordingly. [more]

I studied for two years at University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and finished up my college education in Computer Science at University of Phoenix. Prior to starting college, however, I had done several years of coursework in high school relating to computer programming, as well as other subjects, including but not limited to: Math up to and including Calculus BC, Advanced Placement/College Physics, ACT preparation courses, and Spanish. On top of having learned 5 years worth of coursewor... [more]

I have become very skilled at Java through college and years of independent study. Thousands of hours of programming experience have taught me the quirks of the language, and the best practices. I'm also familiar with concepts like data structures, algorithms, game programming, and more. So, in our lessons, I can demonstrate both the "how"s AND the "why"s of Java and its many applications. Since I was young, I've loved computers, and being creative. I started programming in high school, and it's been my favorite hobby ever since. Then, I graduated from my local college with a degree in Softwar [more]

Java was the language used for my graduate level courses for my master's in Computer Science and Engineering: Operation System. In addition to learning Java for school, I have tutored several students in Java with great success. The techniques used to introduce Java and extend the student knowledge of Java roots in the fundamental understanding of the programming language. I teach Java lessons with patience while explaining my answer to the students question with a simple but thorough explanation. Therefore I find working through examples with the students helps to convey the techniques used b [more]

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