3 Perl Tutors Found Near Tampa, FL



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Yilin X.

Perl Tutor

Miami, FL 33156

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

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Best in Chinese, Algebra, Geometry, Computer Science

I have a computer science masters degree and I had to use Perl to develop a search engine for a course project which I got an A+ on. I also have 3 years of Unix Shell programming experience when I worked at Dalhousie University in Canada. I have 8 years teaching Mandarin Chinese experience, Currently work as private Chinese teacher. Usually I design classes according to students level and interesting. While teach Chinese speaking, listening, reading, writing, and grammars,I also teach Chinese cultures such as Chinese festivals, food, paper cutting, etc. During I taught Chinese in Contemporary [more]


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Jan K.

Perl Tutor

Jupiter, FL 33458

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 79 ratings

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Effective tutor specializing in math and computer science

I have both a BS and an MS in computer science. I have worked as a software engineer in the eCommerce industry for over 10 years. In that role I became an expert in perl and wrote a number of production quality perl scripts. I have college degrees in both mathematics (BS) and computer science (BS and MS). I have taught computer science in college and high school for several years, and have taught algebra at a local community college. Prior to that I worked for many years as a senior engineer in the computer software industry. I have tutored students in math and computer programming. I spec [more]


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James C.

Perl Tutor

Greenville, FL 32331

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.65 62 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]