I worked in Fayetteville Tech. Comm. College as an I-PASS Math Tutor with the Development Studies from November 2011 to July 2012 while still always enjoying Computer Programming and Math. I have a B.S. in Computer Science and Minor in Math from Fayetteville State University and A.A.S. in Computer Programming, Information Systems Security, and Network Technologies from Fayetteville Tech. Comm. College. If you have any questions, please do not be too shy to ask.... [more]
I will do my best in helping in various topics related to Algebra 2.
I liked the fact that Discrete Math made me a better programmer in developing programming code in related classes and became of my favorite math classes. I will do my best in helping a student with related concepts.
I have been taught in programming classes about C++. This has become one of my favorite languages. I learned about things such as working with classes, functions, arrays, importing libraries, and much more while programming on a Windows and Linux based systems.
Being taught in a programming class about C, I have done very well understanding on how to use classes, functions, arrays, importing libraries, and much more while programming on a Windows based system. I have also used Allegro with C programming to make games.
I was taught Red Hat Enterprise Version of Linux in college. I still have my notes from what I learned and I can use them to compare to the present version. I am sure I can help you with it the best way possible with command syntax and concepts.
I have been taught in various computer classes about Microsoft Access. I will be able to assist in areas such as designing, entering, modifying and deleting records. I can also work in making queries, reports and forms. I have a B.S. in Computer Science and Minor in Math and an A.A.S. in Computer Programming, Information Systems Security, and Network Technologies.
I have taken classes about Visual Basic in college. This is my favorite among programming language, because of its ease of use in building a project. I learned topics about coding, setting up the interface, write functions, connect with databases, error trapping, and much more.