6 SQL Tutors Found Near Boulder, CO



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Darron V.

SQL Tutor

Denver, CO 80223

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 92 ratings

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Mathematics Tutor to Help Regain Math Confidence

If you have any interest in pursuing a career in software, databases are pretty much in every industry these days, so they're essential to learn about and understand. SQL is the query language you use to get a subset of information out of a database, a way to make sense of all that data. It sounds incredibly boring, but in fact it can be just the opposite. I can understand why a lot of students these days fall behind or lose interest in math. Subjects like Algebra and Trigonometry are taught in such a way that if you fall behind just a little bit, it can seem almost impossible to catch up. An [more]


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Zach O.

SQL Tutor

Denver, CO 80206

Will travel 5 miles

$86 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Senior Software Developer ready to help!

Zach has worked as a full-stack software developer for over 15 years. His focus has been on delivering web-based solutions on the Microsoft stack. He has leveraged Microsoft SQL Server for the database layer for most of the solutions he's helped develop. He has also worked some with Microsoft Access, MySQL and Solr for a few projects. Zach studied Information Systems, with a Bachelor of Science in Business in 2005 (graduating with High Distinction). While in school he worked as an intern at a local startup in Denver, furthering his software development skills. He also worked as a private tutor [more]


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Jeff D.

SQL Tutor

Denver, CO 80203

Will travel 7 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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Software Developer

I have a Masters in CS and currently work as an Android and web developer. I've taught college courses in Data Structures and Intro to Java, and TA'd for Software Engineering, Natural Language Processing, and others. Most of my experience is in Java and PHP, but I'll be happy to help with C++, Python or anything else. Java, Javascript, SQL, PHP, C++ ... [more]


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Tim A.

SQL Tutor

Longmont, CO 80501

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.83 6 ratings

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Patient, fun, and knowledgeable College Graduate.

SQL is a complex language that can take years and years to learn. However, I can help you understand basic queries so you can be productive quickly. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, and I am an active volunteer in my son's advanced math class. I have worked as a tutor for children of all ages and abilities, as well as adults, both one-on-one and in groups. My goal as a tutor is not just to help you with rote learning, but to help you understand the underlying logic of the correct answer so you can succeed when a question or subject takes you by surprise. And most importantly, [more]


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Ryan D.

SQL Tutor

Golden, CO 80403

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 109 ratings

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Statistics/Math/Test Prep Tutor

Hello, I have been tutoring college students in a variety of subjects for over 5 years. I also have experience tutoring high school and even younger aged students. I received my Bachelor's degree from the University of Central Florida in 2010 in Psychology and completed my Master's degree in Statistical Computing with a focus on Data Mining. My favorite tutoring areas are Statistics and Math (up to Intermediate Algebra). I am also available to tutor test prep for GMAT Math, GRE Math (score: 7... [more]


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Richard M.

SQL Tutor

Denver, CO 80247

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 7 ratings

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University of Phoenix Instructor

I have been an instructor at the University of Phoenix in computer science and mathematics since 2002. I follow the "Socratic Method" of asking questions that help the students reach the concept on their own rather than spoon-feeding the information. I hold a Math Teaching Certificate for the state of New Jersey. I have been working with software since 1964. My first job with computers was on the IBM 1401, which got its name because the first model had 1400 bytes of memory. Although the equi... [more]