3 Visual Basic Tutors Found Near Oklahoma City, OK



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Brian L.

Visual Basic Tutor

Bentonville, AR 72712

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Sherlock Spreadsheets

I have two years experience developing VBA code, usually in the Excel application. I have successfully developed solutions using the software for: process automation, formatting, chart customization, and user-interface design. The code I have developed usually includes named variables, different copy paste methods, reading object values, cell formula writing, and event handler procedures. I enjoy sharing and learning with pupils and peers. Hello, my name is Brian. But if you would like, you may call me Sherlock Spreadsheets. I am not great at a great many things. But I really know Excel, [more]


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Chisomo S.

Visual Basic Tutor

Plano, TX 75075

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.59 17 ratings

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Mombo Solutions Project Assignment Consultant Quant Data Analytics

My qualifications in Visual Basic stem from 5 years of industrial development experience, including web development and data analytic development and algorithms for finance platforms. I currently work with Visual Basic very frequently on Microsoft's cloud platforms and APIs. I also received a thorough education in university that included classes media programming using Visual Basic. Visual Basic was one of the first languages I learned. I have since thoroughly perfected my Visual Basic skills, with knowledge and experience with functional and object oriented programming techniques in this lan [more]


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Timothy B.

Visual Basic Tutor

Bella Vista, AR 72715

Will travel 5 miles

$30 per hour.

4.8 20 ratings

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Versatile Tutor Covering Computers, Math, Music, and Writing

Visual Basic is the first language I ever programmed in, and it is one that I have the deepest knowledge of, since I have seen its expansion over many years of change. I started on an ancient laptop with VB 3.1 for Windows 3.1 in the late 90's, and now I am familiar with all versions up through Visual Studio .NET and could easily teach any of these versions. I also took a high school course on Visual Basic, and can program in BASIC both old school (DOS, command line) and in the new .NET framework. [more]