3 Pascal Tutors Found Near Salinas, CA



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George Y.

Pascal Tutor

Cupertino, CA 95014

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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the MS Access speciallist

I have 2 years of teaching PASCAl at collage. I have MS degree in Computer Sciences from Central Michigan University, Michigan, and I have 15 years experience in all phases of MS access Application design. During my master study I was a TA for high level computer language at Michigan University. I also have experience designing complete application systems at HP, Standford University, Kaiser Permanente, and UCSF.... [more]


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Dan K.

Pascal Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90027

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 252 ratings

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Tutoring Specialist

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. Interestingly, the professor who developed Pascal was at UCSD, and was continuing it's development during my years there. Much of my coursework and a special project was written in Pascal. Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had students disco [more]


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James M.

Pascal Tutor

Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.97 63 ratings

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Middle & High School (College Prep) Math and Computer Science

I wrote commercial software in Pascal during the late 1980s and early 1990s, notably the Moonshadow Text Formatter for the UCSD Pascal system (including Apple Pascal). I was product manager and contributing software engineer to the North Star Computers implementation of UCSD Pascal in 1978-9. For three years during the mid-1980s, I was Softalk Magazine's contributing editor for Pascal and wrote their monthly column on Pascal programming, "The Pascal Path." During the late 1980s, I was on Apple Computer's internal interdepartmental advisory committee for Pascal implementation, representing the [more]