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I'm a fun, passionate, and patient person who loves teaching. I love to learn new things and to see my students understand concepts and apply them on their own. I have a PhD (and an MS) in Computer Science from Purdue University, and a BS in Computer Engineering from University of Puerto Rico. I have been tutoring Math, Verbal (English), and Spanish, for a nonprofit for over a year. I usually do a one-on-one tutoring there, but I have also done some Math and Verbal tutoring for groups of up ... [more]

Python is a popular choice for a first programming language to learn because it's syntax is relatively flexible an uncluttered. That said, its still tricky getting your bearings with the basics including variables, loops, collections, functions, and I/O. You are capable of learning these things! I teach with patience and zero judgement because I know that getting early programs to run is one of the most frustrating experiences a computer scientist can have. We will work together, and I will build your comfort to the point that you can write code on your own, and understand how to answer exam q [more]

I started learning Python from an online course from Rice University 4 years ago. The syntax was very easy to write compared to most other programming languages. Although at first I would only use it for writing data analysis scripts, I eventually started using it as the preferred language to tutor for Computer Science. Now, I've written an entire curriculum framework for a High School AP Computer Science Principles class with an emphasis on using Python, along with several customized code lessons I share with my students, but you have to hire me to get access to them :) [more]

I have implemented many systems in Python: machine learning algorithms, data processing pipelines, data munging scripts, parallelized algorithms for clusters, and command line applications. Most of this work has been in the context of my research, since Python is a kind of community standard in computational neuroscience. I have also tutored students in UC Berkeley's challenging Python-based introductory CS course (CS61A: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs). Hello prospective student! I'm a 30-year-old PhD candidate in computational neuroscience at UC Berkeley. My other credenti [more]

Throughout my education, I've sought ways to teach. As an undergraduate, I was a teaching assistant for programming and mechanical design, and I tutored other students. After finishing my Bachelor's, I taught math and engineering at an elite private high school. I enjoy finding the clearest way to explain an idea or concept, and engaging with students who are eager to learn. I push students to learn on their own by asking guiding questions and asking them to explain their understanding of ... [more]

I've been using Python professionally and personally for a half dozen years now (especially the Python data stack (numpy, pandas, etc. plus flask)),; it is one of my favorite languages to program in and probably my favorite language to teach. Many of my students are Python programmers (or programmers-to-be), and in a very short time can write meaningful programs. Python is fun. I have 15+ years experience as an active software professional in the Bay Area, working on the full stack (from the front end to the back end to the database), in addition to building/hiring software teams and providin [more]

As a data scientist, I use Python every day as my primary programming language. I am a Data Scientist (Machine Learning Architect). I received my PhD in Bioengineering from UC-Berkeley/UCSF (jointly) and have BS and MS degrees in electrical and control engineering. I offer tutoring and homework/project help for undergrad and grad level courses in areas such as math, statistics, data science (machine learning, data mining, etc). I have a full time job and don't depend on tutoring income. Consequently, I only take one or two students at a time and dedicate my time to thei... [more]

My professional job requires proficiency in python. I have been using Python for data analysis and machine learning algorithms since 2014. I write code in Python for a few hours on a daily basis. I have a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from New Mexico State University. I have been employed in the tech industry in the bay area for over 10 years. I have a technical background with emphasis in Problem solving and Math. I have used this knowledge to develop algorithms related to human speech, audio, images and now, biomedical signals. Matlab had been my official playing field for the de [more]

I did Python programming from 2002 to 2005. Recently, for a consulting job, I also used Python. I have studied mathematical and statistical libraries of NumPy and SciPy which are extensions standard Python libraries. I also advised a student on Python I have a Ph.D. in Math, and taught math and applied math and worked in the industry in applied math for over twenty years. I have tutored in Calculus , Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, Statistics, Probability, Discrete Math and Differential Equations and Physics. My students testify that I explain concepts and techniques very clearly. [more]

I am currently a software developer in GIS applications. In the past, I was both a teaching and a research assistant in advanced GIS at Stanford University. I held weekly sessions to teach students on geospatial analysis, and ArcPy scripting on ArcGIS. After graduating with my Master?s degree in Environmental Engineering, I work as a softwared engineer focused on geospatial analysis with Python programming. Please feel free to contact me about any GIS related questions or research you may w... [more]

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