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Hi I'm Lauren! I grew up in the bay area, well-versed with the curriculum and expectations in the area. My tutoring experience have mostly been with elementary school students, high school students, and helping fellow peers. I went to MIT undergrad and am now a Stanford graduate student in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Computer Science. I am fluent in Chinese and English. My strength lies in STEM (Math, science, coding, engineering) but am also open to tutoring language! I strongly ... [more]

I have a BSEE and MSEE from the University of Cincinnati. I'm a Staff Programmer at the Carnegie Institution Department of Global Ecology. I have been tutoring a Ph.D. student who is working on a Python AI project. I'm an electrical engineer and software developer and have used seven different programming languages. I now do part time work for the Carnegie Institution at Stanford using Python to analyze data from climate models. Python is a great programming language and I love helping people learn to use it. I tutored several students in math through their entire middle school years becaus [more]

I have been using Python for coding and solving complex problems for the past 10 years. Python is an object-oriented and high-level programming language which is very attractive for rapid application development. I have been working with several Python modules and packages such as NumPy, matplotlib, sklearn, nltk, and Scipy. I am familiar with developing most machine learning algorithms in Python. As an Electrical Engineer in the Wireless industry, I specialize in different programming languages such as Python, C, C++, and JavaScript. I am also proficient in engineering software packages such [more]

Currently working as a software engineer in San Fransisco Bay area, I have experience mentoring junior members of the team to get them started on different projects. This also includes guiding them to get started on different programming languages, as well as improving their coding skills/quality with code reviews. Moreover, I have prior teaching experience alongside with working on freelance projects. My main expertise - coding wise - are in Python and Java, while I poses an in-depth knowl... [more]

Throughout my education, I've sought ways to teach. As an undergraduate, I was a teaching assistant for programming and mechanical design, and I tutored other students. After finishing my Bachelor's, I taught math and engineering at an elite private high school. I enjoy finding the clearest way to explain an idea or concept, and engaging with students who are eager to learn. I push students to learn on their own by asking guiding questions and asking them to explain their understanding of ... [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'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 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]

As a data scientist, I use Python every day as my primary programming language. I am a Data Scientist (Machine Learning Architect). I received my PhD in Bioengineering from UC-Berkeley/UCSF (jointly) and have BS and MS degrees in electrical and control engineering. I offer tutoring and homework/project help for undergrad and grad level courses in areas such as math, statistics, data science (machine learning, deep learning, big data, etc). I have a full time job and don't depend on tutoring income. Consequently, I only take one or two students at a time and dedicate my ... [more]

Python is a popular choice for a first programming language to learn because it's syntax is relatively flexible an uncluttered. That said, its still tricky getting your bearings with the basics including variables, loops, collections, functions, and I/O. You are capable of learning these things! I teach with patience and zero judgement because I know that getting early programs to run is one of the most frustrating experiences a computer scientist can have. We will work together, and I will build your comfort to the point that you can write code on your own, and understand how to answer exam q [more]

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