4 Linux Tutors Found Near Rochester, NY



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John C.

Linux Tutor

Westfield, NJ 07090

Will travel 7 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 267 ratings

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Experienced High School, College and Adult Ed Tutor

I have worked in the field of software engineering for over ten years, during which time I have served as an administrator of Unix based systems, including Linux variants such as Ubuntu and CentOS. I have a BBA in Management Information Systems from Pace University. My experience with tutoring began in high school when I tutored my classmates in math and English. At that time, I discovered that I was able to simplify complex topics in a way that others find very helpful. Simplifying complex concepts has helped me and my clients both in software engineering and in learning the Italian languag [more]


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Everett V.

Linux Tutor

Elmira, NY 14901

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Everett V. Computer Specialist

My own personal machine is a Linux machine so I am quite familiar with the nuances and oddities. From Red Hat to Backtrack and from desk tops to the Raspberry Pi, Linux is my OS of choice. I have a BS in Computer science from Hartwick College. I am A+, Network+ and Security+ Certified. I am a member in good standing of Phi Theta Kappa national honors society and have tutored for every school I have attended. Computers are here to stay. They are the future and my passion. I have spent my life learning the ins and outs of the computer, from bit level control and circuitry, to file I/O, and thro [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]


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Edgardo D.

Linux Tutor

State College, PA 16801

Will travel 1 miles

$45 per hour.

4.83 58 ratings

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Math, Programming, and Engineering Tutor (Bilingual, PSU)

My qualification on Unix/Linux/Mac are mainly directed to the terminal environment (the prompt or, a.k.a the command line in other platforms). At one of the local community colleges, I have taught courses on Terminal Utilities, Bash scripting and programming intended to automatize software development in C++, Java, and Fortran, as well as to help with systems maintenance. I also have some experience creating CGI using Bash script. Here is a list of commands I still use: awk, bc, cal, cat, chmod, clear, cp, cpp, cut, date, diff, dircolors, echo, f95, fdupes, g++, gpp, grep, gzip, head, id, java [more]