3 Python Tutors Found Near Lexington, KY



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Wendy S.

Python Tutor

Terre Haute, IN 47802

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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General maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Programming and ECE

I use Python in data communication with the UDP and TCP protocols. I have also been using it with Arduino Uno and Mega in Robotic projects. I have also used it and taught it in Web Designing implementing client / server connections. I am Wendy Sagesse, and i am from Haiti. I moved in the US since 2008 following to my second year attending Haiti State University in the pursuit of my Electrical Engineering degree. Since I moved here, tutoring became my primary means of income. I've done it for some educational institutions such as the college I was enrolled in, DACC, as well as an independent tu [more]


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Joshua M.

Python Tutor

Erlanger, KY 41018

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Computer Science and Programming Tutor Specializing in C/C++

Python was the first scripting language I learned as a home schooled teenager. I've written for an online course in the language targeted toward 8th grade students, prepared for a course on the Pygame game development library, and have been working on an app using the Django framework. It's one of my favorite languages: super expressive, easy to pick up, and flexible enough to fit into many different fields. As a life-long self-learner, teaching has always been important to me. That old adage, that teaching is learning twice, is more than just a saying; I am always learning, and I hope to find [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]