3 Linux Tutors Found Near Boise, ID

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Nikolay M.

Linux Tutor

Boise, ID 83701

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 266 ratings

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A skill to study with a passion to knowledge can get one anywhere

I had a vast Unix/Linux experience in the grad school research environment. I have successfully taught Linux through WyzAnt. I have a passion in sharing the knowledge and helping others to master new concepts. I am a full-time professional engineer for the last 6 years after graduating from the PhD Program in Chemistry at Rice University. In graduate school I had a lot of experience working as Teaching Assistant, Discussion Leader and Problem Solving Session Leader. I will be more than happy to help others to get on track with their education and to prepare them to face new academic and profes [more]

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John B.

Linux Tutor

Nampa, ID 83687

Will travel 14 miles

$40 per hour.

4.96 28 ratings

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Learning: some work, a lot of fun

I have used several Linux distributions in both server and desktop environments, including Ubuntu, and Fedora. I'm very much used to the command line, especially to solve issues that aren't easily addressed with graphical tools. Several tasks required me install various kinds of servers, for instance, the Apache and MySQL needed for Drupal installation. I've worked with a minimal Debian install using the lightweight LXDE window manager, in order to get the most out of older, but still usable hardware. One exciting recent development is the Debian derivative "Raspian" for the ARM-based single [more]

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Jerry W.

Linux Tutor

Boise, ID 83709

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Programming tutor, also a full time software engineer

I am constantly using Linux (mostly command line) as a development environment for multiple engineering works. I am familiar with most commands and bash shell scripting. Graduated from University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science's degree in Electrical Engineering. I worked as teaching assistant at UW for a year in various programming and math classes, basically led discussion and review sections for college students, and graded homework. The trend of progress of nearly all fields in industry is about computer-based informationization, intelligentization, and automation, which all r [more]