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My programming experience started around my 9th grade in high school. I excelled in courses taken in Ohlone College in regards to C++ programming. Following such, I've been in technology organizations in high school, such as "High Tech Militia (HTM)" and our Robotics Club. Being in such organizations and working with them has heightened my ability to critically think about programming method.
In regards to tutoring methods, I provide my own material, if other material is not already present. For novice programmers (unlike most class-teachers), I will explain quite a bit of the "grey area" content that is to be accepted by the programmer. Nothing will be left behind, so everything can be understood and not questioned.
For intermediate programmers, sample material will be prepped, and programs will be more direct to the point. Theory is introduced to intermediate programmers.
I'm also familiar with extraneous topics (not pertaining to subject specifically), including setup and debugging code.
Classes I follow along with include (but are not limited to) the following :
Associated Ohlone classes include CS-102, 116, and 124.
Associated UCSC classes include CMPS-5J, 5C, 11, 12A, 12B.
Associated De Anza classes include CIS-15A, 15B, 15C, 26A, 26B, 27, 35A.
Other than programming, I tutor high-school level chemistry, mathematics, MS Office, and PC (computer) assembly.
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