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Ronald G.

New York, NY

$45/hour

C# / .NET Programmer

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Washburn University of Topeka
History
Kansas University
Master's
Columbia University
Master's

Education

Washburn University of Topeka (History)

Kansas University (Master's)

Columbia University (Master's)

About Ronald

I have been a developer since the mid-1980s, mainly working at banks and insurance companies, but also Random House and Logitech, along with some smaller companies. I have only taught a few classes (but not in programming) and loved it. I've seen great programmers and great code and really bad programmers and bad code, so I know the difference. I've been a team and technical lead for many years and in that capacity I mentored some of the newer team members.

A big part of learning programming is learning to think like a programmer. This means not just memorizing the syntax and key words but learning to step back, get out of the weeds, and see the bigger picture; to figure out how you can serve the client's needs. A good programmer needs to be very flexible. Mostly we work on teams so it's important to fit in and support the team's efforts. For me, the biggest reward from programming is getting the chance to be creative, to write something that never existed before.

I have a love of learning, a deep knowledge of these fields and a strong desire to help others achieve their best.

I am available for tutoring from about 9AM to 8PM, and on short notice.
I have been a developer since the mid-1980s, mainly working at banks and insurance companies, but also Random House and Logitech, along with some smaller companies. I have only taught a few classes (but not in programming) and loved it. I've seen great programmers and great code and really bad programmers and bad code, so I know the difference. Read more

Policies
Travel Radius
Travels within 20 miles of New York, NY 10019
In-person lessons
Computer:
C#,
SQL

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C#

I've been in IT since the mid-1980s, mostly asm, C, C++. In 2005 with the release of 2.0, our group switched to C# and I have been coding in it ever since. I have worked with ASP.NET and MVC, all in C#.

Washburn University of Topeka
History
Kansas University
Master's
Columbia University
Master's

Education

Washburn University of Topeka (History)

Kansas University (Master's)

Columbia University (Master's)

Hourly rate

Standard Hourly Rate: $45.00

Travel policy

Ronald will travel within 20 miles of New York, NY 10019.