8 Visual Basic Tutors Found Near Cambridge, MA



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Bill C.

Visual Basic Tutor

Boston, MA 02115

Will travel 20 miles

$100 per hour.

4.98 87 ratings

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Economics, Finance, MBA, CFA

I've done an extensive amount of programming in VBA in Excel, both for personal usage, as well as small business needs. The majority of the programs are designed for things such as automatic data downloading, daily analytics tasks, Monte Carlo simulations, and similar analytical needs. I've helped individuals learn everything from how to use the basic macro recording, setting up their own custom functions, and setting up their own analytics programs. I have extensive tutoring experience in Economics and Finance materials, as well as significant experience teaching Math and CFA materials. Altho [more]


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William M.

Visual Basic Tutor

Boston, MA 02124

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Music lessons/MS Access training

I have been a programming in VB since 1994. I have designed applications using VBA and MS Access for a multitude of clients. Here are some of the projects I've used Visual Basic for: Application developer for government agencies, non-profits and small businesses. Ongoing projects include the maintenance and enhancement of: ? A Project Tracking System for an international telecommunications provider that services government and commercial installations ? A student information system for a community adult education program ? Reporting systems for violence studies at Mass. Dept. of Public Healt [more]


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Pierre C.

Visual Basic Tutor

East Longmeadow, MA 01028

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

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Photography / PhotoShop / Mac

I studied under Len Levi of William Charles in Salem, MA. I have a degree from NESOP 1985. I majored in Portraiture, journalism and tech color (running photo lab). And I taught many employees how to photograph pro sports for traveling photo lab thru out eastern USA. Photographed pro sports starting in 1981, during that time also owned/operated full in house custom and one hour labs. I taught photography to many now proficient photographers. I have used macs with many Adobe products such as Photoshop, Bridge, InDesign, Illustrator and Quark Express. During my years of business I also pub [more]


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Patrick R.

Visual Basic Tutor

North Reading, MA 01864

Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

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Easygoing self educated computer tutor who specializes in Excel

I have created several automation tools using the "Basic" programming language. These programming languages consist of CASL, Extra Basic, VB6, and .NET. I would like to share my knowledge with anyone who wants to take the time to learn. I created a W2 macro that has been adopted through my companies employee suggestion program. I plan to continue to upgrade this macro once I receive feedback from management. This macro will scroll through a database looking for W2s and display them on screen (ten at a time). This makes it extremely easy to verify employers with taxpayers over the phone an [more]


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Patty T.

Visual Basic Tutor

Contoocook, NH 03229

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Microsoft .Net Programmer and Alpine/Adaptive Ski Instructor

I have completed and contributed to many VB.NET and SQL Server Projects as a professional programmer. I also taught VB.NET and Database design at NHTI, New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, NH. I teach by asking the students or customers what it is that they want to create. Then, I work with them to break it down into smaller components: programming logistics, database design, User Interface design and how to bring it all together as a functional stand alone program. Hi, my name is Patty. I am a professional programmer with over 30 years of experience. I love application programming. M [more]


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Jay M.

Visual Basic Tutor

Northwood, NH 03261

Will travel 30 miles

$44 per hour.

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Successful Business Owner Specializing in Computer Programming

I have performed extensive software programming with Visual Basic since its version 1.0 inception. Also, experienced in many other flavors of BASIC, on a wide variety of platforms ranging from Mainframe to Desktop. These include GW BASIC, VAX Digital Command Language, Applesoft BASIC, etc. As a business owner, I have worn many hats during my career. After starting out selling and installing business phone systems, I moved on to designing custom software applications to help businesses increase productivity. These custom applications always improved the bottom line for my customers. And, sinc [more]


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Jim B.

Visual Basic Tutor

Watertown, MA 02472

Will travel 30 miles

$80 per hour.

4.84 111 ratings

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Experienced teacher and author tutoring in Math and Computer Topics

I have expert level experience with Visual Basic for Applications, have deployed math-based products developed in Visual Basic, and have taught programming courses at ITT Tech using Visual Basic. I have also tutored high school students that were taking Visual Basic programming through the Virtual High School. I am a licensed math teacher with experience in elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools. I have experience teaching middle school science and a variety of computer courses at the high school and post-secondary level (including programming, networking, and operating systems) [more]


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Roger H.

Visual Basic Tutor

Quincy, MA 02169

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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A career software engineer/developer/programmer (Microsoft)

VISUAL BASIC is a Microsoft product. There is the "original" visual basic which is VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and the "bells and whistles", add-ons available for implementation in the MS flagship IDE, Visual Studio. There is the *new* VISUAL BASIC called VISUAL BASIC.NET which is included in the cache of languages that MS supports under the VISUAL STUDIO "flagship" IDE. The *new* visual basic is object oriented, providing for "class" and "interface" definitions et al., but looks syntactically very much like the original visual basic. Any of several programming languages can be used [more]