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I have ten years of practical, hands-on computer programming experience through my work as a scientist. Python is my primary programming language. Please see the recent review from my student, Nelson S., who is a Silicon Valley electrical engineer. Update, June 15: I have openings from 2:00 through 7:00 PM on Saturdays only. I prefer sessions 90 minutes to 2 hours in length. Thanks. ---------- I'm a graduate of Berkeley (B.A., biochemistry) and Stanford (Ph.D., immunology). So, which side should I sit on at the Big Game? I currently work as a Core Faculty member and Research Scientist at [more]

I completed a Python programming course in 2014 and then continued to use Python. I've created several programs of my own, ranging from a tool to generate HTML for a JavaScript app to a multimedia chess game. I'm active in helping other Python programmers develop algorithms and resolve errors. I've tutored students formally in math and English and informally in a variety of topics. I have degrees in technical writing and communications, with an emphasis on computing and technology. I can explain difficult concepts in a clear, straightforward fashion. My lessons on any given topic have a stron [more]

I have been programming in Python since 2012. I completed the full course at Codecademy and thereafter studied independently, while creating a course for the private high school where I taught at the time: MCP Middle and High School, in Santa Cruz CA. There, I taught a semester of introductory Python in the classroom in Spring, 2013. (I should add that, prior to this, I had been a software engineer working solo and with many companies, including 10 years for Apple, using a variety of languages including Pascal, BASIC, C, assembler language, Modula-2, and many more. Also, I had been the contrib [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 am a 29-year-old Experience Lead at a large EdTech company. I have a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in computer science. I have tutored and taught for 10 years in varied sciences and math subjects. I started when I was 15 years old tutoring college physics and general chemistry to sophomore students at Texas A&M. The subjects I have a wide of range of knowledge from programming, mathematics and science and love to help people learn. For people with low income. Also, I love help adults bu... [more]

I am using Python at work for data science projects. It was the language of choice during my recent Certificate in data science course at UC Irvine. I have taught at different levels over the years, starting with helping middle school students to High school and also BS computer Science students at California State University East Bay. I have a Master's in Computer Science and Bachelor's in Computer engineering. I like to teach students from the ground up for the long run so covering important gaps in thought process is more important right now then say write a cool app where the basic fundame [more]

I've worked in the computer industry developing in Python and managing a team working on Python for several years. I am knowledgeable in Python 2.x and 3.x. I've also taught Python to youths aged 10 and above. Hello. I worked in the software industry for more than 20 years both in large enterprises such as Cisco and Siemens as well as in startups. In the past, I also mentored and tutored underprivileged kids at a group home project and children shelter. I love seeing how excited students get when they have that "Ah ha!" moment and really start to get it. My specialties are in all thing [more]

I have taught Python for 2 years and latest version is using 3.4 with multi-threading and multi-process. Example for the multi consumer/producer comparisons and using Mutexes with a circular buffer model. Students determine number of processes or thread limits for their PC, laptop or Mac. There is an extra layer of instrumentation in Python to measure performance and to reduce statistical noise by averaging several hundred experiments. This is now used as a programming example in an operating systems course. [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 use Python as an engineering grad student to explore "big data" questions applied to cancer genetics. Before starting grad school, I had no experience with programming and had to become proficient quickly in order to survive a graduate program in Bioinformatics. Coming from a non-CS background makes me well equipped to tutor and teach python to students from other fields. Namely, I'm qualified to teach the basics the Python, as well as more advanced libraries like pandas, seaborn, and sklearn. The way I self-teach via "learning by doing": tackling small coding projects that provide a gui [more]

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