Alexander T.


Alexander T.

Tutor

Lincoln, NE 68516

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

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Help with Math, Science, Econ, Computers, and More!

Hi, my name is Alex! I am a software engineer with years of experience with computers, including everything from applications like Excel and Microsoft Word, to computer architecture and programming. Before I became a software engineer, I spent many years working as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). For this reason, I am equally knowledgeable about economics, finance math, and business. With my engineering background, I am comfortable teaching any level of math from algebra to pr... [more]


Algebra 1


Algebra 2


Grammar


Microsoft Excel


European History


General Computer


Geometry


Microsoft Word


Microsoft PowerPoint


Prealgebra


Precalculus


Astronomy


Geography


English


ESL/ESOL


Literature


World History


SQL


GED


TOEFL


ACT Reading


ACT Math


Managerial Accounting


Financial Accounting


Macroeconomics


Microeconomics


C++

My entries for Computer Programming, C++ programming language, and Visual Basic are going to be identical because it is really difficult to separate these closely related subjects. Visual Basic was the first language that I learned. Despite of certain limitations, it is a great starting point for a student of Computer programming. Since Visual Basic hides a lot of complexity behind Graphical User Interface (GUI), it make it much easier for a beginner to grasp essential concepts without worrying about endless details. Also, I used Visual Basic in a production professional environment and can confidently say, that this is a great tool for creating real life applications. C++ programming language gives a programmer much more freedom compared to VB but it is also much more complex. Its revolutionary concept of object-oriented programming, classes, polymorphism and inheritance brings program organization and design to a completely new level. Once the concept of a base class and its derivatives has been mastered, a programmer discovers a completely new way of designing and implementing his programs. So I would gladly teach an aspiring novice everything I learned through the course of many years of practical experience with these languages.


C

I've been programming in the C programming language for more than 12 years for different platforms (Windows, Unix, Linux). This work was done in a professional production environment for writing business and scientific applications. These applications include standalone and client/server multi-tier versions. My experience with the C programming language includes extensive source code level and disassembly level debugging at the kernel and user application mode. In the course of my work, I have trained numerous employees and conducted several seminars on the subject of C programming.


Computer Programming

My entries for Computer Programming, C++ programming language, and Visual Basic are going to be identical because it is really difficult to separate these closely related subjects. Visual Basic was the first language that I learned. Despite of certain limitations, it is a great starting point for a student of Computer programming. Since Visual Basic hides a lot of complexity behind Graphical User Interface (GUI), it make it much easier for a beginner to grasp essential concepts without worrying about endless details. Also, I used Visual Basic in a production professional environment and can confidently say, that this is a great tool for creating real life applications. C++ programming language gives a programmer much more freedom compared to VB but it is also much more complex. Its revolutionary concept of object-oriented programming, classes, polymorphism and inheritance brings program organization and design to a completely new level. Once the concept of a base class and its derivatives has been mastered, a programmer discovers a completely new way of designing and implementing his programs. So I would gladly teach an aspiring novice everything I learned through the course of many years of practical experience with these languages.


DOS

I have been programming computers since the year of 1998. At that point Windows operating system started to replace DOS as a thing of a past. But DOS was and still is a great tool to communicate with your machine. It can automate a lot of tedious tasks and provide an experienced user with convenient shortcuts and utilities such as batch files, scripts, etc. Due to relative simplicity, DOS is a good place to start leaning internal workings and design principles of any operation system in general because conceptually it is well structured, efficient, and flexible. So I would gladly teach a curious user everything I learned through the course of many years of practical experience.


Visual Basic

My entries for Computer Programming, C++ programming language, and Visual Basic are going to be identical because it is really difficult to separate these closely related subjects. Visual Basic was the first language that I learned. Despite of certain limitations, it is a great starting point for a student of Computer programming. Since Visual Basic hides a lot of complexity behind Graphical User Interface (GUI), it make it much easier for a beginner to grasp essential concepts without worrying about endless details. Also, I used Visual Basic in a production professional environment and can confidently say, that this is a great tool for creating real life applications. C++ programming language gives a programmer much more freedom compared to VB but it is also much more complex. Its revolutionary concept of object-oriented programming, classes, polymorphism and inheritance brings program organization and design to a completely new level. Once the concept of a base class and its derivatives has been mastered, a programmer discovers a completely new way of designing and implementing his programs. So I would gladly teach an aspiring novice everything I learned through the course of many years of practical experience with these languages.


Tax Accounting

For about ten years (from 1991 to 2000), I worked in public accounting area for the companies ranging in size from mid-size local to Big Five international KPMG, LLP. My experience in the area of tax compliance includes tax preparation for individuals, partnerships, corporations, S-corporations, estates, trusts, pension plans. On many occasions, I volunteered to participate in community tax preparation assistance events designed to help people better understand tax preparation process and pro bono advising on tax issues. So, I would gladly share my knowledge and experience with anybody willing to learn.


C#

I've been programming in the C# programming language since it was introduced in 2002 when it became a part of the Microsoft Visual Studio .net and Microsoft .net platform in general. This work was done in a professional production environment and consisted in writing business applications for financial institutions (banks, insurance companies, and credit unions). These applications include standalone and client/server multi-tier versions with extensive use of SQL servers, web-base applications, and Windows service-based utilities. In the course of my work, I have trained numerous employees and participated in several seminars on the subject of C# programming. Also I was very active in peer-to-peer C# code reviews.