5 Linux Tutors Found Near Aurora, CO

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Logan R.

Linux Tutor

Aurora, CO 80014

Will travel 0 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Experienced problem solver specializing in computers/mathematics

I have been working on a variety of Linux flavors as my primary operating system for over 10 years personally and professionally and understand many general system administration tasks, for example managing system services and daemons, mounting local/remote file systems using a variety of methods including NFS, SSHFS and WebDAV. I have setup and configured remote user login via SSH keys/aliases for both users of the login system and gitolite code repositories, I understand management of virtualized servers via VirtualBox/Vagrant including management of databases, webservers, ownership/permiss [more]

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Michael K.

Linux Tutor

Loveland, CO 80538

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.95 149 ratings

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PhD professional for Math, Physics, and Computer Tutoring

I write test harness software to facilitate job distribution and management of tasks under the Linux/Unix environment as well as coordination with a Windows (Cygwin) environment. I also use LSF (Load Sharing Facility) to handle job scheduling and do so under a Linux/Unix environment. Management of mounting of disk, accounts passwords,and other compiler specific needs are part of my daily routine. I have tutored in mathematics and physics during my graduate years while earning my PhD in experimental particle physics. I have a passion for mathematics and physics and love continuing to learn m [more]

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Roger J.

Linux Tutor

Loveland, CO 80537

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.57 7 ratings

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Computer Science courses: Java, SQL, UNIX, Linux

I began teaching UNIX for B-H in 1997. Since then I taught more of their "UNIX Fundamentals" course than any other instructor as well as the "Advanced UNIX Programming" course. Much of this transfers to Linux, and as a result have taught their "Linux Fundamentals" course. I continue to use it as the background operating system on my iMac, as well as the vi editor and the several text processing tools available. I love the subject and teaching. I bring considerable knowledge about computers and computer programming to the table having: taught programming seminars for 45 years, taught 4 years [more]

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Linda J.

Linux Tutor

Boulder, CO 80302

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

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Tutor with Many Hats: Writing, Math, Computer Science

I have worked in a Linux environment, modifying kernel code, as well as writing several articles for the Linux Weekly News. Since Linux is an open source version of Unix, my three years at ATT/Bell Labs, becoming proficient in Unix, is relevant. While there, I was part of a team developing an operating system to emulate Unix, so I also know Unix internals. I have two master's degrees, in computer science and creative writing, and have taught in many venues: universities, corporations, Sunday school, an ad hoc class at an alternative high school, etc. I have a passion for the subjects I know [more]

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Jason D.

Linux Tutor

Colorado Springs, CO 80951

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 7 ratings

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Expert in Computer Science, Software Development and Networking

I started using Linux when I entered college. Virtual environments such as VMware or Oracle VirtualBox are a great way for beginners to experiment with Linux. I've used it daily throughout my 20 year career. The network test product I've worked on for the last 7 years runs on either SLES or RedHat. At home I use the free variants, SUSE or CentOS. I've also used Debian and Ubuntu for small projects on the BeagleBone Black. I have 20 years experience in software development and computer science. I enjoyed tutoring students way back in my college days. I have my own home lab for testing co [more]