4 Linux Tutors Found Near Colorado Springs, CO



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Jason D.

Linux Tutor

Colorado Springs, CO 80951

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 8 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]


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Michael K.

Linux Tutor

Loveland, CO 80538

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.95 150 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]