Hello I am Mark. I am what most consider a computer science powerhouse. I was formally taught programming starting at the tender age of 12. Throughout my 15 years of computer programming, I have sharpened my knowledge of computer science through creation and contribution to several applications in several programming languages. Essentially building application used by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide either though my company or freelancing. I studied Control & Instrumentation Engineering at The University of Houston- Downtown to help me become closer to the understanding of robotic technology to use with my computer science skills.
I spent 5 years as a mobile application curriculum developer and the Mobile Application Development Chair of an Institute. During this time I constructed an entire associate program that is still being used today. I used my vast knowledge and unique teaching style to develop promising developers that are currently disrupting the computer science industry. I keep active communication with all of my students, because from time to time they seek advice or help with a problem they may be having.
I enjoy teaching and helping individuals learn new skills that I have been blessed to be gifted with. I try to understand and cater to every students' individual needs, because no one student learns the same way. I explain every concept with a VAK teaching style; meaning strategically explaining concepts Visually, Auditory, and Kinesthetic. I take pride in my students growth and success. Having these skills inevitably brings a fundamental understanding of how to explain these competencies to any individual.
Feel free to contact me to learn from an teacher with over 3000 hours of in-person teaching. Building strong technology and minds is my passion, and teaching you is my priority. I believe that sharing knowledge is the most positive way to help humanity.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Houston-Downtown - Bachelor of Engineering, Instrumentation Technology
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AP Computer Science Principles
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