Experienced software engineer, computer programmer, software tester

Bryan C.
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Experienced software engineer, computer programmer, software tester

Bryan C.
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## Knowledgeable and Able to Simplify Problems

Sean, 13 lessons with BryanBryan and I worked in C and assembly language. He is very good at breaking down problems into smaller simpler versions and how to approach them as well as programming in general. Very patient tutor who makes sure you fully understand the subject. Highly recommend to anyone looking for a fundamentally sound programmer and tutor!

Hi, I'm Bryan. I graduated cum laude from ASU in 2017 with B.S. in Computer Science. I've also had the pleasure of being employed in various capacities at Intel since 2011. I mainly design, code, and test firmware and testing frameworks written in c, python, and Linux shell scripts.

I really enjoy helping people learn how to solve problems and I really enjoy teaching what I've learned. I've never directly held a tutoring position, but I'm always looking to help new interns, students, and...

Computer Science

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C,
#### C

At Intel, I've participated in the development of 2 iterations of Intel's 3DXP server memory controller. Also have extensive experience in creating unit tests for this project and am the project guru for creating, debugging, and designing the unit tests we use. The unit test framework and the product we create is all written in c. Besides that I've got introduced to c and c++ back in school and I've loved it ever since.

C++,
#### C++

At Intel, I've utilized c++ to create low level applications to interact with storage drivers. At school, I used c++ in about 8 courses to develop language parsers, use and test data structures, and advanced data structure algorithms.

Computer Programming,
#### Computer Programming

Graduated in 2017 from ASU with a B.S. degree in Computer Science with a 3.5 GPA while working full-time as an intern at Intel since 2014. I have had the opportunity to solve many theoretical and practical problems while at ASU and at Intel.

Computer Science,
#### Computer Science

I graduated cum laude from ASU in 2017 with B.S. in Computer Science while also interning full time at Intel since 2014. Interning at Intel gave me an opportunity to see what CS material I'd actually get to use on a daily basis allowing me to spend more time studying the advanced CS topics. The areas of CS that I am very rigid on are design before you build, unit test as much as is reasonably possible, and always use proper OO design to create robust and maintainable code.

General Computer,
#### General Computer

I've been using computers since I was a kid and have now been working with Computers since 2011 in various capacities from Validation Technician to Firmware Engineer at Intel Corporation. Daily tasks have included installing CPUs, memory, other peripheral parts (mouse, keyboard, Hard Drives, SSDs, PCIe cards including Graphic cards and storage), using office software products, and developing software. Other tasks included troubleshooting network, software, bios, and even hardware issues.

Microsoft Windows,
#### Microsoft Windows

From 2011 to 2016, I worked in various projects that all targeted Windows client and server OS. I gained a lot of knowledge and experience in solving validation problems on Windows. Additionally, I learned how to automate validation on Windows including system configuration, power testing, registry modifications, and application installation and uninstallation.

Python
#### Python

Since 2015, I've had the opportunity to work at Intel Corporation and have been actively using python to accomplish daily tasks. With python, I developed a python interface to configure GPIO relays on a raspberrypi which is used by a php website, built and improved upon 2 test automation frameworks, and built various tools to make my job a lot easier so I can have more time to work on other projects.

C++,
#### C++

At Intel, I've utilized c++ to create low level applications to interact with storage drivers. At school, I used c++ in about 8 courses to develop language parsers, use and test data structures, and advanced data structure algorithms.

General Computer
#### General Computer

I've been using computers since I was a kid and have now been working with Computers since 2011 in various capacities from Validation Technician to Firmware Engineer at Intel Corporation. Daily tasks have included installing CPUs, memory, other peripheral parts (mouse, keyboard, Hard Drives, SSDs, PCIe cards including Graphic cards and storage), using office software products, and developing software. Other tasks included troubleshooting network, software, bios, and even hardware issues.

Elementary Math
#### Elementary Math

Completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied.

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

I have completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied.

Prealgebra
#### Prealgebra

I have completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied, including Pre-algebra.

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

I have completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied.

Prealgebra
#### Prealgebra

I have completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied, including Pre-algebra.

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

I have completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied.

Prealgebra
#### Prealgebra

I have completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied, including Pre-algebra.

Algebra 1
#### Algebra 1

I have completed math subjects ranging from Elementary Math, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Discrete Math. I taught myself most of the early math concepts and succeeded in all the areas of math I studied.

Bryan has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering **1 question** submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

## Awesome tutor

Bryan was an awesome tutor, he helped me with a billion questions on C programming and walked me thru each step of the code I was having issues with. Highly recommended!

Jamie, 6 lessons with Bryan

## Friendly Tutor and Good at summarizing complex points in a few sentences

Bryan did a great job walking me through the code. He was patient and explained to me problems and solutions. He also gave me his full attention even though he said he had 5 kids over that day.

RaJ, 6 lessons with Bryan

## Stellar Teacher

This guy rocks. He's able to break down concepts into understandable chunks, no matter the difficulty. I wholeheartedly recommend him.

Bryan, 28 lessons with Bryan

## GREAT TUTOR! Highly recommended!

I am an engineer who has decided to dive into a new discipline and am working on getting certified in programming...this has always been a challenging subject for me. Bryan is very knowledgeable and relays the concepts very clearly and concisely. This is particularly important for me because I am terrible at the "computer speak" and often times feel very behind, but he broke everything down for me so that I understood the logic and how to approach the problem itself and restored my confidence in the subject! I highly recommend Bryan!

Sheetal , 1 lesson with Bryan

## Great Tutor!

Bryan tutored me through my Python midterm and final. He provided the explanation and guidance I needed to understand and solve the problems. I would highly recommend Bryan to anyone who wants to learn Python.

Chris, 3 lessons with Bryan

## Knowledgeable, very patient and informative tutor.

Bryan helped me to breakdown the assignment, create the code for each line and explain the function of each line of code. He explained how to use header files and create a random number generator. He also broke down the way the pseudo code formula works to reverse the list output and place the random numbers in order from in descending order. I would highly recommend him.

Greg, 3 lessons with Bryan

## Awesome

Bryan is the best! He is very intelligent in programming and can explain simply explain complicated subjects. I look forward to possibly working with him again.

Matthew, 1 lesson with Bryan

## Patient

Very helpful and easy to understand with a good understanding of c# the explanation was also easy to follow. Furthermore Brian was patient while explaining the steps needed to complete the tasks

William, 1 lesson with Bryan