3 Python Tutors Found Near North Charleston, SC

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Nathan P.

Python Tutor

Greenville, SC 29607

Will travel 25 miles

$25 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Programming Tutor

I have about three years of academic programming experience. I work as a computer science peer tutor for my college where I tutor students in data structures and algorithms in Python. I talk about data structures and implement them in Python. If you like my teaching style, the contact me to discussing my tutoring options. Undergraduate student at Wofford College majoring in Computer Science. Interned at the nation's largest insurance company last summer, UnitedHealth Group, where I created SharePoint web pages in Schaumburg, IL. I will be interning at the Tjx Companies in Boston this summer an [more]

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Kamryn K.

Python Tutor

Central, SC 29630

Will travel 20 miles

$25 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Math and Science Tutor with Degrees in Biochemistry and Chemistry

I have complete ENGR 1070, 1080, and 1090 at Clemson University. These three course have made me proficient in MATLAB in syntax, semantics and application. I am also self-taught in Python. I currently am participating in undergraduate research using Clemson's supercomputer, The Palmetto Cluster, to run molecular dynamic simulations of conformation changes of pore forming toxins. The analysis of these simulations requires proficiency in Python. I have a Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry and Chemistry from The College of Charleston. I am currently a junior at Clemson University working on my Bach [more]

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Noah E.

Python Tutor

Elberton, GA 30635

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Cello, Spanish, and Computer Programming Tutor

I have a little over a year and a half of Python implementation experience ranging from class-building to GUI to project management. I am currently a computer science major at Oglethorpe University and spent a semester re-learning it from the ground up to master the intricacies and make my programs more logical and efficient. I used Python to aid in a civic hacking project to scrape police department directories and crime rates and compare them to the FBI's database of similar information to create a proposal for a more uniform crime reporting standard. [more]