3 Unix Tutors Found Near Eugene, OR



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Nelson I.

Unix Tutor

Beaverton, OR 97005

Will travel 31 miles

$60 per hour.

4.99 102 ratings

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Use My Years of Industry/Teaching Experience for Your Learning Success

I use Unix/Linux exclusive for my projects and at work. I have done development in linux/UNIX kernel as well and have published multiple papers which show case some of this work. Nelson is an experienced Hardware/Firmware/Software Engineer with expertise in android applications, low-level software, and FPGA and have taught many classroom-based undergraduate Computer Science/Business IT courses at a local University , and currently a part-time instructor at local Community College, and a full-time Engineer at Intel. Nelson's work experience includes CPUs+FPGA integration, modifying Linux kerne [more]


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Feng L.

Unix Tutor

Beaverton, OR 97008

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 12 ratings

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Chinese Mandarin Tutor, All levels

I am graduated with a Master Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering in Carnegie Mellon University and I also have experience studying in Fudan University, China in microelectronics. I am also currently working as a hardware developer in Oracle in Austin, TX. Solaris (UNIX) is my working tool. "The rise of China presents new economic, political and social realities that demand greater US engagement at every level. As the foundation of that engagement, we urgently need to raise the number of Americans who can demonstrate a functional proficiency in Chinese." -- University of Minnesota Con [more]


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James L.

Unix Tutor

Beaverton, OR 97003

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.0 8 ratings

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Retired Open Source developer and architect

I installed my first UNIX system (v6+Arpanet networking) on a PDP-11 in 1977. I've also built a UNIX workstation that was a Motorola 68020 running a version of System III. I had to reverse engineer major parts of the kernel from object code to C patches at one point. I have recently retired from the software development industry. I specialized in recent years in Open Source software and was release manager and core developer of a significant server project. I have contributed to the Linux kernel and other related projects. I have written UNIX/Linux/BSD software since the late 1970s. I [more]