3 Unix Tutors Found Near Grand Prairie, TX



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Samarth M.

Unix Tutor

Austin, TX 78735

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 24 ratings

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Math and Computer Whiz

I have a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering. I work as a senior level software engineer for a fortune 500 company. I have used Unix machines while doing computer engineering at school. Now I have been developing products on Linux machine (which is functionally very similar to Unix) and products that contain Linux OS for past three years. I have mentored many new software engineers at work and understand how to help someone in need. Hello Students and Parents, I am very passionate about teaching and teaching methods. 'Learner' is one of my top five strengths according to Gallup's Stre [more]


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Satya T.

Unix Tutor

Euless, TX 76039

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.73 59 ratings

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Learn from the best to bring out the best in you

I have worked in Unix environment for the past 10 years. I have worked in various flavor of unix (BSD and solaris) and also in Linux environment. I have a Master's degree in Computer Science and I have been working in the software industry for more than 12 years. I have worked in PC, Macintosh, Solaris desktop, Solaris server, and ATCA linux platforms. I have four plus years of tutoring experience. I have helped middle and high school students in math and physics. Also I have helped college students with C language and object oriented programing and language concepts such as C++ and Java. Wi [more]


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Georges J.

Unix Tutor

Dallas, TX 75230

Will travel 25 miles

$70 per hour.

4.99 171 ratings

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Physics and Math Tutoring

I started using UNIX on an ATT 3B2 computer in 1984 while a physics professor at SMU. In 1990 I started work as a scientist at the Superconducting Super Collider. All of our research computers were UNIX and my desktop was a SUN SPARC workstation. My laboratory computer was an HP running HP-UX. After the SSC was terminated, I started at Texas Instruments as a member of a UNIX 24/7 support group. I was part of the first team to receive SUN UNIX Team Certification (The program has since been discontinued). We supported the manufacturing facilities and were trained on both hardware and software [more]