6 Visual Basic Tutors Found Near Oxnard, CA



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Mark B.

Visual Basic Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90035

Will travel 30 miles

$75 per hour.

4.99 114 ratings

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Dedicated and Patient Tutor for Computer Programming and Math

I studied and used Visual Basic when I was working at Citibank. I've attended Visual Basic developer conferences. I have tutored Visual Basic. I studied Engineering and Computer Science at UCLA, then worked full-time for Citibank as a Programmer and Designer for over 25 years before becoming an independent contractor. At my job I taught programming classes and mentored new employees. I traveled to several countries to install software and train users, so I have worked with a variety of cultures and personalities. I am patient and strive to see the world from the viewpoint of the studen [more]


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Prabir M.

Visual Basic Tutor

Simi Valley, CA 93063

Will travel 10 miles

$43 per hour.

4.73 11 ratings

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Mathematics and Computer Science

I am a software developer with 18+ years of experience in working in the IT field for many corporations - such as Cigna Property and Casualty based in Philadelphia, USA. I used Visual Basic 6.0 and earlier versions a lot along SQL Server as back end to design and develop a bunch applications for consumers for Cigna. I also used Visual Basic along with Microsoft Access as backend for developing prototyping and developing final applications for Peerless Shipping Ltd. back in India for at least 2+ years as well. [more]


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Paul C.

Visual Basic Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90036

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Excel VBA Developer

I've been a professional Excel VBA Developer for over 12 years, working as a Developer for companies such as Disney, Viacom, BCBG Max Azria, and Toyota. I built a career designing complex Excel spreadsheets using VBA as a primary programming language to automate processes and to construct interactive User tools. I've been an Excel VBA Developer for over ten years, working within many major companies, and the one major constant among them all is that Excel is a vital and even critical tool in daily use by virtually every employee throughout the entire company. And yet, within most IT Depart [more]


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Steven M.

Visual Basic Tutor

Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381

Will travel 40 miles

$77 per hour.

5.0 2257 ratings

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Berkeley Graduate, Programmer, Experienced Teacher

I have used Visual Basic and VBA for design work in an ASP.NET environment, as well as designing stand alone interactive windows forms in Visual Studio. I also have experience using Visual Basic for scripting and automation in Excel. I have 15+ years of experience as a software developer, and 9+ years as a teacher. I am currently helping industry professionals, and college and high school students in C, C++, Java, JavaScript (and jQuery/AJAX), PHP, Python, SQL, C#, and ASP.NET. My career has been in web and video game design, and training and managing other programmers. I earned my CBEST an [more]


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Brian M.

Visual Basic Tutor

Camarillo, CA 93012

Will travel 20 miles

$80 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Microsoft Office Specialist - Master

I began using Visual Basic 6.0 back in 1998 and used it on and off until 2003. From there, I began developing in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) mainly used in Excel, Word and Access. I can teach the basic structure of VBA in terms of modules, methods and third-party add-ins. I have also created complex VBA solutions for my clients for the past 10 years. With 20 years experience developing Excel, Word and Outlook, I am confident I can assist any student at any level - beginning, intermediate or advanced. I have tutored all ages and have developed proprietary applications for small to mid-s [more]


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James M.

Visual Basic Tutor

Los Angeles, CA 90045

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

4.55 76 ratings

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James in Los Angeles

Visual Basic is a relatively simple and venerable old language. It has some great features. One of the best things is that you can almost always find Visual Basic in any business environment, Where? It is built right into Microsoft Office products, like Excel and Word. It also is a great language in that is is not cases sensitive. To visual basic: MyVAR myvar MYVAR and myVar all mean exactly the same thing, and this is rare in the world of computer programming. Java and C++ will NOT consider those the same things. Another handy thing in Visual basic is the Variant variable type, which can stor [more]