3 Pascal Tutors Found Near Port St. Lucie, FL



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Matt S.

Pascal Tutor

Gainesville, FL 32606

Will travel 25 miles

$25 per hour.

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Engineering, Mathematics, Data, Computers, Informatics

I have over 25 years of experience programming with Pascal on both small and large projects. I have successfully created both stand-alone Pascal applications and utility programs. I have taught Pascal to beginning programmers for over 5 years. I have more than 20 years experience working in engineering and informatics specializing in mathematical modeling, knowledge engineering, data/information modeling, ontologies, programming, and databases. I have spent the past 20 years designing and building computerized decision support systems. These systems are a combination of production rule sys [more]


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Christine L.

Pascal Tutor

West Palm Beach, FL 33404

Will travel 40 miles

$150 per hour.

4.97 163 ratings

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Efficient Test Prep/Mathematics/Actuarial/Science & More

I have years of experience programming in pascal, and in programming in general, including current languages. I have taught programming to other colleagues in informal tutoring sessions, and in a classroom setting. I am an accomplished actuarial and finance business professional, skilled in many areas. My tutoring background is in prep exams (SAT ACT) with great success, college level exams, paper reviews, research assistance, and college and professional exam tutoring. I am also quite good at college counseling, including scholarship searches. I previously taught high school, and raised two [more]


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Jeffrey K.

Pascal Tutor

West Palm Beach, FL 33414

Will travel 10 miles

$48 per hour.

4.96 23 ratings

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Mathematic Fanatic and Computer Tutor

Pascal was the first procedural programming language I ever learned, back in the 80's during a summer course, and further expanded on that in an Advanced Placement course as a senior in high school in the mid-80s. As a teacher, the most rewarding moment is when you see that "light bulb" go on for the student: after showing the same concept in multiple different ways, you finally hit upon the methodology that "clicks" for him/her. The student's face brightens, eyes widen, and smile blossoms; in that moment, he/she feels smart--proud to have the potential to do things that seemed impossible bef [more]