Cameron University (Mathematics and Computer Science)
Walden University (Graduate Coursework)
My skills are derived from a diverse work history involving multiple trades and an ongoing pursuit of academic excellence. I was recognized by several honour societies and student organizations while in school, and I am eager to find an opportunity to return. I have also been recognized by several professional organizations including CompTIA, Linux Professional Institute, and recently, I acquired an Oklahoma State Department of Education Teaching Certificate in the areas of Mid-Level, Intermediate, and Advanced Mathematics.
I thrive in learning environments, and I am a productive worker. I am aligned to share my expertise and help potential contemporaries develop their skills especially in the science and mathematics based disciplines. I find that a library often provides a great deal of support when learning a subject. I personally have worked with several disciplines in addition to mathematics and computer science within the halls of the local libraries.
I have spent much more than a year in educational settings including contracting at other Internet sites and working as a tutor in a mathematics laboratory. The method most frequently utilized in a laboratory/study hall environment is to allow the student to work homework problems and seek assistance when the material wasn't clear. Occasionally, it is also beneficial to engage the material in a more tactile manner. I am not adverse to using the Internet as an educational venue, but personal interaction is often a valuable piece of the puzzle and contributes to professional and whole person development.
Meetings at the library are an excellent venue to inspire learning, and the preparation required to attend a session at the library is also essential for the mental athletics necessary to becoming an asset within today's brain trust. There are resources available for performing research, and often there are rooms which may be reserved for discussion and lecture.
I look forward to working with you. My skills are derived from a diverse work history involving multiple trades and an ongoing pursuit of academic excellence. I was recognized by several honour societies and student organizations while in school, and I am eager to find an opportunity to return. I have also been recognized by several professional organizations including CompTIA,
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Basic Algebras help to instill confidence working within an axiomatic system. I have spent several years tutoring at various levels of Algebraic competency. I was an exemplary student of Algebra, and I would be delighted to assist contemporary student's gain expertise in the subject.
I have tutored a multitude of students from the nursing and psychology disciplines in the application of statistics at the undergraduate and graduate level.
The science of data is an especially persuasive tool for making inferences and predicting the behavior of experimental units. Gathering the skills to use it properly and to effectively communicate results is essential to many professionals.
In addition to the resources from academic literature, my methods include using various office software and calculators as well as more specialized tools such as database management systems and statistical analysis software.
During college, in operating system utilities, we used GNU C, and the book was based on ANSI C. Introduction to computer science I and software engineering both employed Java, computer science II and datastructures both employed C++. I was introduced to Pascal and LISP among others during programming languages and compilers. I also used inline assembly code in computer organization and architecture.
While discharging the responsibilities of other gainful contracts, I have also worked with Authorware, CAD software, Visual Studio C/C++/Basic and recently .Net as well as written assemble code for Pentium based architectures.
I have written software using various flavors of C++ for the better part of the last fifteen years. During that time, I contributed to database management system resources, computer based training development, network administration controls, and compiler development in C++.
Because they are widely available and standardized, Visual Studio as well as Linux/UNIX implementations have been among the most popular with my students, although I have worked with many implementations of the C++ standard libraries since version 14882:1998.
The methods I employ involve an engineer's approach to problem specification and often require access to a laptop or desktop, compiler configuration, and documentation for the standard libraries.
Calculus and Analytical Geometry deal with change in Algebraic systems. They provide tools for assessing displacement in various numbers of dimensions. I completed a Precalculus course in high school, and all of the Calculus courses offered in college.
I have been writing computer software for more than twenty years, and I have participated in team programming competitions with success on more than one occasion.
While in college, I tutored contemporary computer science students with a great deal of success, often inspiring my contemporaries to greatness.
Methods I employ involve flowcharts, use case analysis, and debugging/tracing techniques as well as mathematical analysis and correctness proofs.
Additionally, my computer technician certifications allow me to install and administer the latest in development software and provide deep insight into deciphering compiler errors and configuration management.
General computer skills are an asset that is considered essential to productivity and communication in industry today. I have been a computer user for a majority of my life. I have successfully performed technical support for Windows, Linux and Macintosh users. I have also assisted countless computer users develop their skills with the various tools available on computers.
Geometry as an extension of Algebra is useful for developing tools to adapt new sets of axiomatic systems for application. It is a excellent study for developing proofing logic as well. I maintain resources which involve both Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries, and I have also used a compass and straight edge since early in my education. I completed high school level geometry and studied geometry in college.
Linux is a operating system which provides facilities such as multiple user access, multitasking and networking in addition to multiple forms of inter-process communication as well as per process multithreading similar to Bell Laboratory's UNIX operating system.
I pursued and received CompTIA's Linux+ and LPI's LPIC-1 certification 30 July 2011. I can provide verification of those certification upon request. I have been an avid Linux user for more than ten years in industrial and academic settings.
Probability and statistics formalize several attributes of the mathematical arts. They provide tools for summarizing patterns and making predictions about units within a well defined population. They are treated as sciences by those who employ them. My transcript documents that I have accumulated 9 credit hours in the area of probability and statistics. I have also employed them extensively during various projects in industry.
The applications of Trigonometry include a vast number of physical phenomena involving rotations and vibrations, according to Larson and Hostetler on page 116 of their text. I completed a Trigonometry course in high school and in college.