3 Python Tutors Found Near Evansville, IN



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Pranjal V.

Python Tutor

Urbana, IL 61801

Will travel 20 miles

$59 per hour.

4.97 209 ratings

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Think Like a Computer Scientist - MIT grad/Illinois PhD

I have 5+ years of experience writing Python in academia and in industry. This includes network coding, scientific computing, statistics, and bioinformatics applications. I can help you learn to write fast, readable code and work successfully in a group environment. I have a lot of experience studying and teaching physics, math, and computer science. I have a physics degree from MIT, and I'm in my 4th year of my computer science PhD at the University of Illinois. I've taught summer courses to high school students about theoretical computer science, digital electronics, and microbiology. In add [more]


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Dhawal C.

Python Tutor

Bloomington, IN 47408

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Patient and Knowledgeable Python Tutor

I am a Computer Science major presently in the final year of my master's. I have interests in complex systems theory, applied complex networks and non-linear dynamics. I shall be pursuing a doctoral program in Network Science in the immediate future. Outside of school I enjoy hiking, running and reading. During my sophomore year, I was an academic mentor to first year students teaching Classical Mechanics and Electromagnetic Theory. Currently, I am the Lead Associate Instructor for the adv... [more]


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Susan H.

Python Tutor

Cincinnati, OH 45231

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.79 73 ratings

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UC Grad for Math and Science Tutoring

I am currently a Software Engineer and have been for over 25 years. I have 2 years business experience in the Python programming language; I have recently tutored a Jython/JES student for more than 10 hours over several sessions of hands on programming on the student's laptop, learning as they typed the code for their classwork and final. When tutoring students in any programming language, I ask them to bring their laptop to the session (&/or I bring my own), and I teach them how to Google concepts, API docs for the language (like Javadocs for Java), programming tutorials and examples of co [more]