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University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) (Computer Science)
I do not have any tutoring experience; however, a good portion of my time at UCSC was spent learning new technologies in rapid development cycles (sometimes as short as two weeks) requiring my team and I to split the work of learning a new platform and then reconvening to teach each other. Additionally, my learning style has always been to iterate what I've learned by "teaching" it to myself as if I were a new student, which has giving me a knack for explaining the subtleties of programming. I am also willing to tutor students in high school level math and physics as it pertains to programming, as well as in writing essays and research papers. I have about six years of programming experience, beginning with Java at Imperial Valley College. I transferred to UC Santa Cruz where I studied Computer
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Although there were no classes at UCSC focused around C#, it is my go-to language when developing in the Unity Game Engine. I've completed 4 major school projects and am currently working on my own Unity project done entirely in C#. Although most of the programming used the Unity APIs, I've had to make some advanced data types, such as graphs, from scratch. I'm extremely confident in my ability to teach this language especially considering how similar it is to my first language, Java.