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Harry E.

Professor of New Media, Software, App, Game, AR and VR Development

Professor of New Media, Software, App, Game, AR and VR Development

$85/hour

  • 614 hours tutoring

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I am a university professor, author, programmer, tech director, media producer, vfx supervisor, designer, composer and imagineer.

I teach programming, game design, media production, app, game, AR and VR development at a university in Southern California. I authored the book, "Beginning Game Graphics" and have designed and produced many educational attractions, exhibits, films and games. I am a Vex Robotics judge and a Director of the California Science and Engineering Fair.

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I am a university professor, author, programmer, tech director, media producer, vfx supervisor, designer, composer and imagineer.

I teach programming, game design, media production, app, game, AR and VR development at a university in Southern California. I authored the book, "Beginning Game Graphics" and have designed and produced many educational attractions, exhibits, films and games. I am a Vex Robotics judge and a Director of the California Science and Engineering Fair.

I work at the crossroads of imagination, art and technology, and have been honored to contribute to such popular brands as Amazon, Disney, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Lorimar, Madagascar, Mattel, Paramount, Seagate, SmartSound, Star Trek, Tandy, Transformers, Universal, Walmart, Warner Bros and The Magic Castle. I’ve worked in games, themeparks, museums, film and television, and have engineered apps, controls, DVDs, ride systems, editing, lighting, music and production software, laboratory robotics and scientific instruments, receiving two CEA Innovation Awards and a Popular Science Invention of the Year.

I teach students of all ages. I taught the first game development classes offered by the LAUSD, chaired one of the earliest video game design programs, and was the Head of Education for The VR/AR Association.

Learning is not just memorization. It is understanding the fundamental ideas and principles, seeing the interconnections, and discovering how to creatively apply them. I like to teach through demonstrations, real-world examples, challenges, stories, projects and games. I strive to go beyond teaching fundamental concepts and help build a true understanding of what they mean, how they are used, and where they all fit together.

I was honored to work with, learn from and be guided by some of the world's most talented and visionary creators, designers, storytellers and engineers. They helped me towards a uniquely rewarding career. In turn, I feel personally honored by every student I am privileged to help along their path.


Education

CSUN
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CSUN
Graduate Coursework

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Art

Adobe Photoshop,

Adobe Photoshop

I am the author of "Beginning Game Graphics" and have taught numerous classes, where we used Adobe Photoshop for everything from concept rendering, previz and titling to image enhancement, visual effects and 3D texture creation. I have been working in computer graphics, motion graphics, post-production, video fx and compositing for more than 25 years. I have worked extensively with Adobe Photoshop and After Effects individually and in conjunction with other image manipulation and digital media software including Gimp, Flash, 3DStudio and Combustion. I helped develop, program and market some of the earliest video graphics editing and 3D modeling programs, and won awards from the Ventura County and California State Science Fair for my pioneering efforts in Computer Graphics and Network Rendering.
Film,

Film

I am a very experienced producer, director, designer, videographer, visual fx supervisor, sound designer, compositor, composer, technical director and imagineer. I helped manage the post-production department at Lorimar Telepictures and coordinated Paramount's StarTrek Art Department. I have been responsible for all of the audio, video, media and show systems for many museum and themepark attractions, two major themeparks and a 90+ exhibit interactive science and cultural center. At Lorimar, I was responsible for editorial, graphics, music and sound for more than 20 television series including Alf, Dallas, Knots Landing, Perfect Strangers, The Hogan Family, and Full House, and for soundtracks for films like Always and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. I have designed, produced and technical directed media for many DVDs, live events, casinos, stage shows, themeparks, haunts and other special venue productions for such clients as Disney, Lorimar, Mattel, MGM/Mirage, Paramount, Pixar, Sony, Universal, Warner Bros and The Magic Castle. I helped pioneer the development and industrial use of timecode sync, network rendering, digital set extensions, non-linear editing, digital scoring and mixing. I programmed and engineered innovative applications for editing, production tracking, budgeting, scheduling, asset management, sound spotting and film scoring. I was the first Head of Education for the VR/AR Association and am currently a professor in the Media Department at California Lutheran University. I've taught classes and workshops on subjects including new media production, video production, Virtual Reality production and post, digital previz, graphics, compositing, computer animation and visual effects, I have also been an active member of the Academy of Magical Arts, iHollywood Forum, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, the National Association of Music Manufacturers, CalHaunts, E3, the Cable Access Committee for the City of Thousand Oaks
Theater,

Theater

I am a college instructor, author and a very experienced producer, designer, programmer, visual fx supervisor and technical director. I have designed, produced and/or technical directed numerous live events, stage shows and special venue productions. I have developed many haunted houses and have served twice on the Board of CalHaunts. I helped design, operate and equip several theaters and have served on the Facilities and Equipment Committee for the City of Thousand Oaks, and the Innovation and Design Committee for the Magic Castle. I have been responsible for all of the audio, video, media and show systems for a $400 million dollar theme park and a 100+ acre museum and cultural center. I am very experienced with lighting, sound design, show control, recording, mixing, audio engineering, set design, motion graphics, animation, composing, lyric writing, dialogue, orchestration, and stage illusion. In addition to my professional work for theme parks, museums, casinos and the Magic Castle, I have also helped produce numerous children's theater and student productions for CSUN, the Moorpark Melodrama, the Hollywood Fight Club Theater and the Los Alamitos School District.
Video Production

Video Production

I am a very experienced producer, director, designer, videographer, visual fx supervisor and technical director. I helped manage and build the post-production department at Lorimar Telepictures, and coordinated Paramount's StarTrek Art Department. I have been responsible for developing all of the audio, video, media and show systems for a $400 million dollar themepark and a 90+ exhibit museum and cultural center. At Lorimar, I was responsible for post-production, music and sound for more than 20 television series including Dallas, Knots Landing, Perfect Strangers and Full House, and for films like Always and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. I have designed, produced and/or technical directed media for numerous live events, casinos, stage shows, themeparks and other special venue productions. I have been an active member of the iHollywood Forum, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, CalHaunts, the Cable Access Committee and Facilities and Equipment Sub-Committee for the City of Thousand Oaks, and the Video, Innovation and Design Committees for the Magic Castle.

Business

Business,

Business

With more than 20 years in a variety of executive leadership and business management roles, I have managed companies ranging from a small consulting business to a large museum and theme-park development team and a major studio post-production department. I have served on a number of committees and boards including leadership roles in several private corporations, industry associations, non-profit organizations and municipal committees like The Mayor's Business Roundtable. I have extensive experience with project management, planning, scheduling, budgeting, business writing, forecasting, presentation, contract negotiation, recruitment, marketing, funding and business development.
Public Speaking

Public Speaking

A past president for Toast Masters, I have been a professor, lecturer, event producer and technology evangelist for more than 15 years. I have spoken, demonstrated, lead panel discussions and presented awards at major media, academic and industry events. I have served as a chairperson, panelist, moderator and/or host at large events for USC, the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, the Vex Robotics Tournament, Toast Masters, The City of Hope, the City and County of Los Angeles, the City of Thousand Oaks, the University of Texas, Barnes and Noble, Plaza de la Raza, the Cabrillo Computer Society, CalHaunts, E3, NAB, NAMM, SMPTE, IAAPA, CES, CinemaCon, iHollywood Forums and the Academy of Magical Arts. I have been a theatrical reviewer for a regional newspaper, have coached mayors and magicians, produced many public events and directed shows and exhibits at a variety of theaters, casinos, conventions and The World Famous Magic Castle.

Computer

Adobe Photoshop,

Adobe Photoshop

I am the author of "Beginning Game Graphics" and have taught numerous classes, where we used Adobe Photoshop for everything from concept rendering, previz and titling to image enhancement, visual effects and 3D texture creation. I have been working in computer graphics, motion graphics, post-production, video fx and compositing for more than 25 years. I have worked extensively with Adobe Photoshop and After Effects individually and in conjunction with other image manipulation and digital media software including Gimp, Flash, 3DStudio and Combustion. I helped develop, program and market some of the earliest video graphics editing and 3D modeling programs, and won awards from the Ventura County and California State Science Fair for my pioneering efforts in Computer Graphics and Network Rendering.
C,

C

I have been programming in C (and its related dialects) for more than 20 years. As a programmer, I've developed numerous applications and have worked with a wide variety of libraries, game engines, platforms and development tools. I am a university professor of app, game and VR programming. I've won numerous awards in Computer Science from the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, and now judge the Vex Robotics Tournament, Ventura County and California State science fairs. I was the first Head of Education for the VR/AR Association, and am honored to serve on the Board of Directors for the California Science and Engineering Fair. I have helped engineer apps for Amazon, Transformers and Walmart. I programmed a pioneering karaoke system, a number of leading music and audio editing tools, two Consumer Electronics Association Award winning products and a Popular Science's Invention of the Year. I also served as product lead and software engineer for a leading innovator in laboratory electronics and environmental monitoring. I sold my first commercial video game, while still in middle school, and am the author of the book, "Beginning Game Graphics". I was certified as a college instructor by the State of California, and developed and taught the first video game development curriculum ever offered at a Los Angeles Unified School District school. I have been an instructor and department chair for the Academy of Game Entertainment Technology and the Lifton Institute for Media Sciences, and have taught numerous university, college, high school and elementary school level classes, seminars and workshops in computer programming and game scripting for CLU, StudioArts, the Plaza de la Raza and the USC DNA Project.
C#,

C#

I have been programming for more than 25 years and working in and teaching Unity and C# for more than a decade. I am a university professor teaching app, game and VR programming and have helped develop and engineer commercial applications, games, AR, VR and interactive exhibits for such brands as Amazon, Disney, Mattel, Seagate, Transformers, Universal and Walmart.
C++,

C++

I am a university professor currently teaching app, game and VR programming and have been programming in C++ for more than 20 years. I've worked with a wide variety of programming paradigms, libraries, game engines, development tools and environments, including PCs, game engines, game consoles, embedded systems and industrial controls. I have helped develop and engineer commercial applications, games and interactive exhibits for brands including Amazon, Disney, Mattel, Seagate, Transformers, Universal and Walmart. I've programmed in embedded C++ on a wide range of microprocessors and micro-controllers including the 68xx, 80x86, Arduino, Atmel, Arm, FreeScale, Renesas, Cypress, Pic, PSOC, and ST Micro platforms. I programmed one of the earliest image editing applications, one of the leading music and audio editing tools, as well as developing two CEA Innovation Awards winning products and a Popular Science Invention of the Year. I've won numerous awards in Computer Science from the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, and now judge the state and county Science Fairs and the Vex Robotics tournament. I am honored to serve on the Board of Directors and as project approval chair for California Science and Engineering Fair. I sold my first commercial video game, while still in the 7th grade, and am the author of "Beginning Game Graphics". I have been certified as a college instructor by the State of California, and developed and taught the first video game development curriculum ever offered at a Los Angeles Unified School District school. I served as an instructor and department chair for the Academy of Game Entertainment Technology and have taught numerous college, high school and elementary school level classes, seminars and workshops in computer programming and game scripting.
Computer Engineering,

Computer Engineering

I am a university professor, product lead, technical director, digital systems designer, embedded controls and firmware engineer. I have helped design and engineer a wide range of products ranging from game controllers, casino systems, media systems, displays, sound and lighting controls to security systems, flight controls, rides, environmental analysis and scientific instruments. I have worked with Arduino, Atmel, Arm, Cypress, Freescale, Intel, MIPS, Motorola, Pic, PSOC, RapberyPi, Renesas and Texas Instruments architectures, implementing ADC, DAC, data logging, DSP, http, I2C, IoT, machine vision, motor control, networking, PWM, udp, RFID, RTOS, serial communications, servo, timers and sensor fusion features and protocols. I was the first Head of Education for VR/AR Association, spearheaded Autodesk’s Game and Media Lab at the Plaza de la Raza and serve on the Board of Directors for the California Sciemce and Engineering Fair. My products have been recognized with two Computer Electronics Association Innovation awards, numerous Academy and TEA Award nominations and a Popular Science Invention of the Year. .
Computer Gaming,

Computer Gaming

I am an experienced game designer, programmer, technical director and professor of app, game, AR and VR programming. I have taught and developed in many computer languages, platforms and engines, including C#, C++, Swift, Unity and Unreal. I also developed ADVENTIC, an original computer language designed for building adventure games. I’ve helped design, engineer and prototype games for such brands as Disney, Mattel, StarTrek, Transformers and Universal. I co-authored and sold my first commercial video game, while still in middle school, programmed one of the earliest motion simulation games and have pioneered motion-based, haptic, augmented reality and virtual reality entertainment and gaming. I have served as a lead designer, programmer and technical director working beside Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari and “father of the video game industry”. I developed numerous interactive exhibits and attraction, and have been an exhibitor, producer and presenter at E3, the largest video game industry convention. My contributions to video game technology have been rewarded with two Consumer Electronics Association Innovation Awards and a Popular Science Invention of the Year. I wrote the book, “Beginning Game Graphic” and have been teaching video game development for more than 20 years. I was honored to serve as the first Head of Education for the VR/AR Association. I chaired one of the earliest college-level game design programs, taught the first game development classes offered by the Los Angeles Unified School District and founded and built the Autodesk Game and Media Lab at The Plaza del la Raza. Video games and the desire to create them changed my life and inspired my career. I was fortunate to work with and learn from some of the world's greatest creators. I enjoy every opportunity to pass along my passion and fascination with the art, craft and science of video games, in hopes of empowering and inspiring the next generation of game artists, designers, entrepreneurs and engineers.
Computer Programming,

Computer Programming

I have been programming for more than 25 years. I've contributed to three computer languages. I am experienced in a number of programming languages including c, c++, c#, Swift, Pascal, Java, JavaScript, node.js, BASIC, HTML, CSS, Prolog, Lisp and ActionScript and a variety of assembly language dialects including Arm, 80x86, 6809, 68xxx, Cypress, Renesas, Kinetis, PIC, PSOC and MIPS. I have developed flight, gaming, lighting, sound, ride and safety systems, apps, games, music, vfx and editing software, and have taught classes in C, C#, C++, Swift, game programming, game engine scripting, computer graphics, simulation programming, game design, computer architecture, environmental design, user interface and user experience design. I taught the first game development classes for the Los Angeles Unified School District and am a professor of app, game, media and VR development at California Lutheran University. I was the first Head of Education for the VR/AR Association, spearheaded Autodesk’s Game and Media Lab at the Plaza de la Raza and serve as a member of the Board of Directors for the California Science and Engineering Fair. I have been honored to contribute to such well known brands as Adobe, Amazon, Disney, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, Lorimar, Madagascar, Mattel, Paramount, Pixar, Seagate, StarTrek, Tandy, Transformers, Universal, Walmart, Warner Bros and The Magic Castle.
Computer Science,

Computer Science

I am an author, college instructor, and a very experienced programmer, producer technical director, software and firmware engineer. I've won numerous awards in Computer Science from the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, and now judge the Computer Science division of the Ventura County Science Fair, the Vex Robotics Tournament and the California State Science and Engineering Fair. I sold my first commercial video game, while still in middle school, authored the book "Beginning Game Graphics" and served as the first Head of Education for The VR/AR Association. I have programmed numerous games, controls, apps, exhibits and commercial applications. I helped develop one of the earliest simulators, one of the first virtual machine languages, an early image manipulation and network rendering system, a leading music and audio editing tool, as well as audio components for several popular video editing platforms and a Popular Science Invention of the Year. I am fluent in a variety of programming languages and have developed in languages including C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Swift, ActionScript, Ruby, Pascal, Prolog, Lisp, Dart and a wide range of microprocessor and micro-controller specific assembly languages including 68xx, 80x86, Arm, FreeScale, Renesas, Cypress, Pic, and PSOC platforms. I have been certified as a college instructor by the State of California, and developed and taught the first video game development curriculum ever offered at a Los Angeles Unified School District school. I served as an instructor and department chair for the Academy of Game Entertainment Technology, and have taught numerous college, high school and elementary school level classes, seminars and workshops in programming, software design and game development. I've programmed media software, escape rooms, games, DVDs, flight controls, show systems, websites, simulations, scientific instruments and next generation video portals for clients ranging from Disney, Pixar and Universal Studios to Mattel, Adobe
General Computer,

General Computer

For more than 25 years, I have been programming and engineering software, games, computer systems, media applications, simulations, embedded devices, interactive software, control systems, AI, databases, analytical instruments, machine vision, apps, VR and AR. I wrote "Beginning Game Graphics" and have taught college level classes in programming, game design, app development, media production, compositing, virtual reality and visual fx. In addition to my ongoing teaching I am a consultant and developer, contributing to the R&D efforts of a very prime online company. I truly enjoy teaching, and was honored to teach the first video game development classes offered by the Los Angeles Unified School District. An experienced producer, technical director, designer, developer and firmware engineer, I currently serve as Head of Education for the VR / AR Association and am a professor of App, Game and VR Programming at Studio Arts in Los Angeles. I am fluent in system design, computer architecture, many applications and a wide range of programming languages, including C, C++, C#, Swift, Java, JavaScript, Pascal, BASIC and Assembly Language on numerous micro-controller and micro-processor platforms. I serve as a judge and presenter for the Vex Robotics Tournament, a Project of the Year Judge and Subcommittee Chair for the California Science and Engineering Fair's Judges Advisory Committee. I also serve on the Math, Computational Systems, Software and Electronics category panels of both the Ventura County and California State Science Fairs.
Java,

Java

I have been programming for more than 3 decades and developing in Java for about 20 years. I enjoy teaching and programming. I am the Head of Education for the VR / AR Association and a professor of programming at Studio Arts in Los Angeles. I wrote the book "Beginning Game Graphics" and taught the first game development classes ever offered by the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Swift,

Swift

I am an experienced programmer and college professor. I teach native App, Game and AR programming using Swift and XCode.
Video Production

Video Production

I am a very experienced producer, director, designer, videographer, visual fx supervisor and technical director. I helped manage and build the post-production department at Lorimar Telepictures, and coordinated Paramount's StarTrek Art Department. I have been responsible for developing all of the audio, video, media and show systems for a $400 million dollar themepark and a 90+ exhibit museum and cultural center. At Lorimar, I was responsible for post-production, music and sound for more than 20 television series including Dallas, Knots Landing, Perfect Strangers and Full House, and for films like Always and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. I have designed, produced and/or technical directed media for numerous live events, casinos, stage shows, themeparks and other special venue productions. I have been an active member of the iHollywood Forum, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, CalHaunts, the Cable Access Committee and Facilities and Equipment Sub-Committee for the City of Thousand Oaks, and the Video, Innovation and Design Committees for the Magic Castle.

Corporate Training

Business,

Business

With more than 20 years in a variety of executive leadership and business management roles, I have managed companies ranging from a small consulting business to a large museum and theme-park development team and a major studio post-production department. I have served on a number of committees and boards including leadership roles in several private corporations, industry associations, non-profit organizations and municipal committees like The Mayor's Business Roundtable. I have extensive experience with project management, planning, scheduling, budgeting, business writing, forecasting, presentation, contract negotiation, recruitment, marketing, funding and business development.
C++,

C++

I am a university professor currently teaching app, game and VR programming and have been programming in C++ for more than 20 years. I've worked with a wide variety of programming paradigms, libraries, game engines, development tools and environments, including PCs, game engines, game consoles, embedded systems and industrial controls. I have helped develop and engineer commercial applications, games and interactive exhibits for brands including Amazon, Disney, Mattel, Seagate, Transformers, Universal and Walmart. I've programmed in embedded C++ on a wide range of microprocessors and micro-controllers including the 68xx, 80x86, Arduino, Atmel, Arm, FreeScale, Renesas, Cypress, Pic, PSOC, and ST Micro platforms. I programmed one of the earliest image editing applications, one of the leading music and audio editing tools, as well as developing two CEA Innovation Awards winning products and a Popular Science Invention of the Year. I've won numerous awards in Computer Science from the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, and now judge the state and county Science Fairs and the Vex Robotics tournament. I am honored to serve on the Board of Directors and as project approval chair for California Science and Engineering Fair. I sold my first commercial video game, while still in the 7th grade, and am the author of "Beginning Game Graphics". I have been certified as a college instructor by the State of California, and developed and taught the first video game development curriculum ever offered at a Los Angeles Unified School District school. I served as an instructor and department chair for the Academy of Game Entertainment Technology and have taught numerous college, high school and elementary school level classes, seminars and workshops in computer programming and game scripting.
General Computer,

General Computer

For more than 25 years, I have been programming and engineering software, games, computer systems, media applications, simulations, embedded devices, interactive software, control systems, AI, databases, analytical instruments, machine vision, apps, VR and AR. I wrote "Beginning Game Graphics" and have taught college level classes in programming, game design, app development, media production, compositing, virtual reality and visual fx. In addition to my ongoing teaching I am a consultant and developer, contributing to the R&D efforts of a very prime online company. I truly enjoy teaching, and was honored to teach the first video game development classes offered by the Los Angeles Unified School District. An experienced producer, technical director, designer, developer and firmware engineer, I currently serve as Head of Education for the VR / AR Association and am a professor of App, Game and VR Programming at Studio Arts in Los Angeles. I am fluent in system design, computer architecture, many applications and a wide range of programming languages, including C, C++, C#, Swift, Java, JavaScript, Pascal, BASIC and Assembly Language on numerous micro-controller and micro-processor platforms. I serve as a judge and presenter for the Vex Robotics Tournament, a Project of the Year Judge and Subcommittee Chair for the California Science and Engineering Fair's Judges Advisory Committee. I also serve on the Math, Computational Systems, Software and Electronics category panels of both the Ventura County and California State Science Fairs.
Java,

Java

I have been programming for more than 3 decades and developing in Java for about 20 years. I enjoy teaching and programming. I am the Head of Education for the VR / AR Association and a professor of programming at Studio Arts in Los Angeles. I wrote the book "Beginning Game Graphics" and taught the first game development classes ever offered by the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Public Speaking

Public Speaking

A past president for Toast Masters, I have been a professor, lecturer, event producer and technology evangelist for more than 15 years. I have spoken, demonstrated, lead panel discussions and presented awards at major media, academic and industry events. I have served as a chairperson, panelist, moderator and/or host at large events for USC, the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, the Vex Robotics Tournament, Toast Masters, The City of Hope, the City and County of Los Angeles, the City of Thousand Oaks, the University of Texas, Barnes and Noble, Plaza de la Raza, the Cabrillo Computer Society, CalHaunts, E3, NAB, NAMM, SMPTE, IAAPA, CES, CinemaCon, iHollywood Forums and the Academy of Magical Arts. I have been a theatrical reviewer for a regional newspaper, have coached mayors and magicians, produced many public events and directed shows and exhibits at a variety of theaters, casinos, conventions and The World Famous Magic Castle.

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

English

Public Speaking

Public Speaking

A past president for Toast Masters, I have been a professor, lecturer, event producer and technology evangelist for more than 15 years. I have spoken, demonstrated, lead panel discussions and presented awards at major media, academic and industry events. I have served as a chairperson, panelist, moderator and/or host at large events for USC, the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, the Vex Robotics Tournament, Toast Masters, The City of Hope, the City and County of Los Angeles, the City of Thousand Oaks, the University of Texas, Barnes and Noble, Plaza de la Raza, the Cabrillo Computer Society, CalHaunts, E3, NAB, NAMM, SMPTE, IAAPA, CES, CinemaCon, iHollywood Forums and the Academy of Magical Arts. I have been a theatrical reviewer for a regional newspaper, have coached mayors and magicians, produced many public events and directed shows and exhibits at a variety of theaters, casinos, conventions and The World Famous Magic Castle.

Homeschool

Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Prealgebra, Precalculus

Math

Logic,

Logic

Logic is not only essential for programming and engineering, but an amazingly powerful tool for business, sales, marketing, persuasion, conflict resolution, motivation, strategy and negotiation. I am a professor, author and a very experienced software, firmware and controls engineer. I have been designing algorithms, circuits and programs using logic for more than 25 years. I've worked in Prolog and Ladder-Logic, as well as many more traditional logic programming languages. I've won numerous awards in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division of the California State and Ventura County Science Fairs, now judge both Science Fairs and the Vex Robotics Tournament, and am honored to serve as a member of the Board of Directors and Project Approval Chair for the California Science and Engineering Fair. I have been certified as a college instructor by the State of California, and have taught hundreds of university, college and high school students to use logic and scripting languages to create and develop video games. As a programmer and engineer, I've developed and worked with a wide variety of logic tools and design tools, and have applied logical constructs and techniques in computer languages including ladder logic, C, C++, C#, Prolog, Lisp, Java, JavaScript, ActionScript, R, Ruby, Pascal and a wide range of microprocessor and micro-controller specific assembly languages. I enjoyed symbolic logic in school and have continue to enjoyed solving logic puzzles with students and for my own amusement.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Prealgebra, Precalculus

Most Popular

Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Prealgebra, Precalculus

Science

Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering

I am a university professor, product lead, technical director, digital systems designer, embedded controls and firmware engineer. I have helped design and engineer a wide range of products ranging from game controllers, casino systems, media systems, displays, sound and lighting controls to security systems, flight controls, rides, environmental analysis and scientific instruments. I have worked with Arduino, Atmel, Arm, Cypress, Freescale, Intel, MIPS, Motorola, Pic, PSOC, RapberyPi, Renesas and Texas Instruments architectures, implementing ADC, DAC, data logging, DSP, http, I2C, IoT, machine vision, motor control, networking, PWM, udp, RFID, RTOS, serial communications, servo, timers and sensor fusion features and protocols. I was the first Head of Education for VR/AR Association, spearheaded Autodesk’s Game and Media Lab at the Plaza de la Raza and serve on the Board of Directors for the California Sciemce and Engineering Fair. My products have been recognized with two Computer Electronics Association Innovation awards, numerous Academy and TEA Award nominations and a Popular Science Invention of the Year. .

Summer

Algebra 1, Algebra 2

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Harry helped my son so much!

We loved working with Harry. My son has been struggling every semester since he started college. This was the first semester that he was on top of his work, understood the game design material, and didn't have a crisis at the last minute. We will definitely be using Harry again!

Liz, 17 lessons with Harry

so great teach

detail and great service. More than I heard, I was satisfied because he taught me a supplement.Despite the sudden consultation, it was helpful for me to respond. Thankful

SAYA, 1 lesson with Harry

Assembly Language

Harry is amazing. Explanations are very clear and can be easily understood. He makes sure you don't leave a session without understanding the content. I've had a session with him twice already.

NAJAH, 2 lessons with Harry

Goes the extra mile.

Harry put in the extra effort to make sure he was prepared for the session by reviewing the material before we met. He also put the extra effort to follow up later on with more information regarding our session.

Wilson, 2 lessons with Harry

Fixed weeks of frustration in 30 minutes

Harry showed me how to solve an Arduino challenge that had stumped me for weeks, enabling our business to move forward with an important project. Will definitely call on Harry again!

Ellen, 1 lesson with Harry

outstanding session

Harry is the best tutor I had by far. He knows the material quite well he is so patient as he walks you through the problems step by step making sure you’re fully understanding it

Amir, 8 lessons with Harry

Brilliant programmer and gifted teacher.

Harry solved my complicated C++ programming problem in a brilliantly simple way. He also gives through explanations to every step of his solutions and uses creative ways to make you understand. I highly recommend him for different levels of C++ and Assembly Language.

Lana, 9 lessons with Harry

Fantastic tutor

Harry was absolutely great. He was very knowledgeable, patient, kind, and devoted to ensuring I understood the topic. We covered queues, deques, classes, and pointers in greatest detail, among other things. I look forward to learning from him again!

Monique, 2 lessons with Harry

Great tutor

Very knowledgeable and easy to work with. Will definitely continue working with him. Was able to help me with programing problems and explain what was going on

Jason, 4 lessons with Harry
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