I've been programming for nine years now, and I think it's a very important skill to learn. Simple applications have the potential to save literal days of time quickly doing tedious tasks. I've taught several friends, and I love watching them build on their knowledge.
My education started out as self-teaching, but I'm currently working towards a Bachelor of Computer Science at Kennesaw State University. I've worked with C++, but now mostly use C# and Java. My other languages include HTML5, CSS3, JS, PHP5, and Python.
I'm also very proficient in mathematics, especially Algebra. In fact, before I switched my major to Computer Science, I was pursuing a Mathematics major. I feel that algebra is one of the most important math skills to develop as it is what most further math classes build off of. It's also by far the most useful field.
I feel that learning should be done incrementally as trying to learn everything at once is overwhelming and ultimately unsuccessful. Smaller bites of knowledge are easier to digest, leading to a more rich understanding. Another thing paramount to building understanding is to let students have fun with the assignments! It's always better to build something that you're fond of rather than something you were forced to.
Outside of tutoring, I work on my degree, build applications and work on building an interconnected system of computers. I also have a side-project game that I'm developing.
I'm looking forward to working with you!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Kennesaw State University - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
ACT Composite: 34
ACT English: 34
ACT Math: 32
ACT Reading: 32
ACT Science: 36
Programming, video games (development and history), system design, odd history, music, writing, electrical engineering, hardware, and automation.