...And that's what coding is about, solving problems. Solving problems takes lots of practice, making lots of mistakes, and building on what you've learn to move forward to solving the next problem and increasing your skill level. Most programming languages are very similar, their syntax may vary slightly, but most of the common languages use common concepts. (read more)
...I helped W.W. go from an 89% to a 95%.
Phoebe S. (Physics): Got her grade up to a 96%!
Zoe W. (Physics): She was failing in her college physics class. I was able to get her from an F to a C+!
Adrianna R. (Algebra 2): I am preparing Adrianna to go back to college and teaching her Algebra from scratch! Sofia C. (College physics): Went from a 63% to a 92% in her lab section! (read more)
...I understand FORTRAN syntax and its indexing issues, as well as how FORTRAN is compiled into machine code. I was formerly a software engineer/developer with over 15 years of experience developing applications primarily in research and development environments. Among the many languages that I have used, I worked with Pascal for about three years. (read more)
...I am familiar with all the changes that have come about over the last few years. I taught pre algebra, algebra, geometry, and trig/calculus at a private school in Salt Lake City. I have been tutoring them all for many years since I left teaching in a classroom. (read more)
12 Subjects: includingAlgebra 2,Algebra 1,Physics,ACT Math
...As a part of my previous experience, I was working as a tutor with Total Tutoring, Reno and A to Z tutoring, Reno. I was tutoring Mathematics and Language Arts as one-one tutoring and to the group of 4-6 students. Developed separate lesson plans for each student tailored to their individual learning abilities. (read more)