3 Perl Tutors Found Near Akron, OH



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Andrew M.

Perl Tutor

Toledo, OH 43615

Will travel 15 miles

$59 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Perl for Bioinformatics students! Taught by a Bioinformatics MS grad!

I am a professional software developer who has been using Perl since 2004. I have a BS in Computer Science and Engineering. I first started Perl during my MS training in bioinformatics, and have continued using Perl throughout my professional career. Let me help you learn Perl programming for your bioinformatics courses! I have a BS in Computer Science and Engineering and MS in Bioinformatics and Proteomics/Genomics. Additionally, I have over 15 years of experience with professional software development. I have tutored Perl, for bioinformatics, both online, and in-person, for hundreds of [more]


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Tim V.

Perl Tutor

Walled Lake, MI 48390

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

3.91 11 ratings

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Certified Tutor in Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics

I have tutored extensively at the community college level for Java, javascript, C++, and web design (dream weaver). I know that tutoring is not about getting a good homework assignment, but becoming a better student. I have extensive experience with perl. I constructed a web site in perl for user provisioning for a large automotive company. I've created a lot of perl scripts even at my current job to manage administrative tasks. I have tutored at the Community College level for 10 years. This has been in Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics and Statistics. I have a Masters Degree in Ele [more]


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James C.

Perl Tutor

Buffalo, NY 14213

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.72 54 ratings

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Ph.D. tutor for SPSS/Statistics, Programming, Psychology, Neuroscience

In 1999 I was asked by the Chair of the University of Buffalo Psychology Department to write a web-based experimental sign-up system for students. I first thought about using Java Script, but I realized that JavaScript is client-based, and I needed a server-side language. So, I learned Perl, and I wrote and licensed my site SubjectSignups to three universities; the University of Iowa liked it, and asked that I write a different sign-up system for advising. Since then I have ported my Perl sites to PHP and MySQL, but continued to use JavaScript (esp. for opening new windows). I presently ha [more]