6 Linux Tutors Found Near Reading, PA



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Mike K.

Linux Tutor

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Will travel 2 miles

$75 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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Math Tutor - Experienced University Level Teacher

I was an early adapter of Linux while working at one of the original Internet service providers and consulting firms in the Philadelphia area, I specialized in Internet related Linux system designs, engineering and applications. This was pioneering work since Linux as well as the Internet was just emerging into widespread use. My areas of expertise included: ? Linux application development ? Software engineering for specialized data communications interfaces and drivers for Linux ? Development of open source Linux packages ? Design, development, and maintenance of a custom Linux distribution [more]


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Darryl N.

Linux Tutor

York, PA 17408

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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been in the computer business for over 30 years

I teach Linux at the local 2-year tech school, York Technical Institute I've been self employed in the computer & digital imaging field for over 30 years. I taught (computer courses & digital imaging/photography) at HACC Lancaster campus for 6 years in their adult night program. I taught Advanced Photography at F&M Lancaster in their "etc" Program for 3 years. I am currently teaching at YTI York Campus as an Adjunct Instructor in their Computer Sciences program. And, of course, I continue to operate my own business doing computer repairs, upgrades, and custom ... [more]


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Jeremy M.

Linux Tutor

Landisville, PA 17538

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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STEM Professional for help w/ Math, Tech, + More!

My career is in tech. I started using Linux (the slackware dist) in 1994. I've worked on Linux, Unix, and Unix-like platforms almost exclusively for the past 24 years. These include many, many distributions of Linux, SunOS 4, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and OSX. For many years, my job title was "Senior Unix Systems Engineer." I'm not afraid to dig into the Linux kernel source when necessary. I started using Linux (the slackware dist) in 1994. I've worked on Linux, Unix, and Unix-like platforms almost exclusively for the past 24 years. These include many, many distributions o [more]


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Seckin G.

Linux Tutor

Dresher, PA 19025

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

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PhD Mechanical Engineer

I learned Linux in 2003 during my Master's study. Linux was the primary operating system in our labs at the Informatics Institute. I learned how to navigate using the command line, do some basic scripting in bash. I've done some basic server management during my PhD for the university computer cluster. I've taught Statics, C++ and Fortran, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer at various universities. Can help in computer modeling, programming, general engineering courses, math and physics. I am also a Professional Engineer. I've done tutoring when I was a graduate student myself and understand tha [more]


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Michael H.

Linux Tutor

Ellicott City, MD 21043

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.78 208 ratings

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High School Math, Physics, Computer Science & SAT/GRE/AP/PRAXIS Prep

I have used Linux as my primary operating system since 2001, and have since earned certification through the Linux Professional Institute. I tutor Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science. My students range from the Elementary to College. Since 2007, tutoring has been a passion for me. My interest in learning is infectious, and my tutoring style is both friendly and engaging. I joined WyzAnt.com in the Spring of 2011, and since then have tutored nearly full time. My students range in age from 8 to 38. In each case, they sought to fill gaps that their classes left behind. Traditional ed [more]


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Frederick M.

Linux Tutor

Flemington, NJ 08822

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.91 349 ratings

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Science/Technology/Engineering/Math - Keeping it fun!

My Linux skills come from on-the-job use, formal training in Unix, and personal study of the details on Linux. I have installed Linux on PCs, used Linux as a development environment, and written shell scripts for Linux. I would suggest a great way to learn the ins and outs of Linux would be to install a free environment such as from gnu.org. I have gone through the process in the past and could guide students along as they experience the details. With a runtime environment set up, the next step would be to practice shell commands and scripting. [more]