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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]

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]

I'm Brenden! Teaching has been a passion of mine for a number of years, young as I am. In middle school, I was often asked by my friends, family, and other acquaintances to help them with their classwork. I learned to love seeing the light come on in their eyes, that eureka moment where everything finally clicks. I've been tutoring as a volunteer ever since. Also, in high school, I found a job tutoring math locally and worked there for two years before I graduated. There, I taught every... [more]

I started learning Java early in my college career. I earned a B.S. in Computer Science, during which I did an independent project in Java, focusing on an expert system. I have some personal experience working with the Android development kit in Java. As a life-long self-learner, teaching has always been important to me. That old adage, that teaching is learning twice, is more than just a saying; I am always learning, and I hope to find students with that same burning desire for knowledge. During my senior year in college, I had my first real hands-on teaching experience tutoring students i [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 game programming, JDBC 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. Since then, I graduated from my local college with a degree in Software Engineering and [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]

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