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I grew up a classical pianist with a love for numbers. I was an excellent test taker and was able to transition from the piano department to the mathematics department while in school. I've since gone into software and have been involved in many high profile industry projects over the years, including Google Docs and Google Assistant. In high school, I worked with friends to improve both their grades and test scores. In college, I taught Linear Algebra and Probability, and tutored privatel... [more]

Python is a high-level programming language, meaning it is easier to learn since its syntax is closer to English. It is more elegant than a traditional language like C, as programs that span hundreds of lines in C can often be condensed to a few dozen lines in Python. One of Python's biggest uses is data processing. I am fluent in Python and can teach you how to use this powerful language. Hello students and parents, My name is Justin, and I am a software engineer at Google in NYC. In my spare time, I do private tutoring with a specialization in math, computer science, and SAT/ACT prep. I enj [more]

Hey! I'm Travis. I've been working as a software engineer for a more than five years now; but getting there wasn't all that easy, or straightforward. Before I started my career I flunked out of college several times (back to back even), and even before that I was a straight A student in high school (on my tests, my lack-of-homework brought things down to a barely-passing level...). I didn't used to have a good sense of work ethic, nor did I understand the value of the formal education I squa... [more]

At school I worked as a teaching assistant for the beginning Python course, and developed Python code myself in a computer graphics course using PyOpenGL. My tutoring methods are algorithms-focused, with a heavy emphasis on developing pseudocode and debugging on paper before translating algorithms into the student's target language. I feel that focusing on algorithms is the most effective way to learn the programming mindset. Hi! I'm a recent graduate of Smith College where I majored in Computer Science. I loved my extensive experience as a paid teaching assistant, and it sparked my enthusiasm [more]

I'm proficient in Python, including the pandas and scikit-learn libraries. I taught Data Science at General Assembly as an "Expert in Residence." Prior to assistant teaching at General Assembly, I was also a student in the class so I've gone through the curriculum twice. Professionally, I was a data analyst / data scientist at the New York Police Department and Manhattan District Attorney's Office. I specialize in tutoring python for data analysis / data science. Professionally, I am the Director of Analytics for the New York Police Department and also teach a data science bootcamp at General [more]

I'm currently employed as a software engineer and write code in Python daily. I've also taken courses and tutored students in computer science courses which used Python exclusively. As a senior in high school, I tutored students one-on-one in calculus, physics, and SAT prep. In my second year of college, I taught middle school students advanced mathematical concepts in an enrichment course called the Young Scholars Program. I led small, weekly sessions which utilized hands-on and collaborative methods. Since September 2015, I've been privately tutoring math around New York City. The sum of th [more]

I have worked in Python for the last 4 years and at my current full-time position at Peloton Cycling, Python is my main programming language that I use for more than 40-50 hours a week. I have BS/MS degrees in Computer Science from Stanford University and used Python extensively in various classes and projects. I have worked as a software engineer at LinkedIn, Bloomberg, and Palantir and written several scripts in Python I have gone through more than 200 programming interviews myself and gotten offers from big companies like Palantir, Microsoft, and Apple and high-growth startups like Thumb [more]

I have used python quite often during the last twos years. I have used Python numpy, scipy and pandas packages to re-write my proof-of-concept risk models originally written in R and put the models into production. The models are used to set limits and guideline for TIAA's $240B general account. In addition, I have tutored college students in Python via external referral. I have tutored students in math and statistics since my days at Ohio State university. I like to see my students succeed and be better prepared for their next step of education or career. I have tutored my colleagues on R, P [more]

I am a lifelong teacher and learner. I fell in love with computer programming as a kid and have never stopped. I have been tutoring kids in my neighborhood since school days and have also worked as a high school teacher for a couple of months and have taught mathematics and computer science. I completed my B.Tech in Computer Science from NYU and my master's from Pace University in the same. I currently teach computer programming and data science. I have been tutoring for the last 2 years... [more]

I'm proficient in Python, NumPy, and pandas, and am happy to help with projects or problem sets. I grew up in Manhattan and went to P.S. 6 for elementary school and the Brearley School for middle and high school. I graduated from Princeton with a B.A. in Mathematics in 2013, and then worked at Morgan Stanley as a mortgage-backed securities trader for two years. I then spent the next two years as a private tutor specializing in math, computer science, and economics. I?m currently a data scientist in NYC, and I see students on weekends only. In the past I've worked with a seventh grade... [more]

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