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Subject: Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)/Excel. I completed a book on VBA/Excel as part of a self-study program in which I have accomplished detailed solution of over 500 engineering numerical methods problems during the last eight years using VBA/Excel and PowerBASIC compilers. Problem types: engineering, physics, calculus, roots of equations, linear algebraic equations, optimization, curve fitting, market cyclic analysis, and business management. Specific VBA/Excel topics and problem categories that I can teach and/or solve: 1. Customized worksheet functions. 2. Modular and structure [more]

I'v taken a class focused of using VBA to numerically solve partial differential equations. Afterward, I'v used it to write hundreds of custom equations and subroutines in Microsoft Excel. Most of them were for use in my graduate research. I've enjoyed teaching for as long as I can remember. There are few things more rewarding than sharing the "eureka" moment with someone who had given up on understanding. Too often, people see their own lack of understanding as a lack of intelligence. In my experience, it usually means that the teacher explains in a way that doesn't make sense to the student [more]

I have taught Visual Basic to University students as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and have used Visual Basic in my workplace as a Software Engineer. What I bring to this position are skills in computer science, an experience of 6 years of teaching Math, programming languages C++, JAVA and VB6 to students in middle school, high school, undergraduate, and graduate schools, and 3 years of professional experience of developing software. In Summer 2014, I taught Math to gifted middle-school students for Duke TIP. I took them on field trips, like ?The Tower of America? and encouraged them to apply [more]

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