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You will receive primary results of basic programming skills in less that a month than a student that is enroll in a major university (Georgia Tech) receives in a year.
I am highly motivated result driven individual, who likes to work with children or adults, regardless which level they are or what their
An experienced Software Developer/Trainer with experience and knowledge of many programming languages and IT skills. I am offering my computer programing skills for Python, PHP and SQL.
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A while back, there was a television show hosted by a T.V. personality named Monty Hall. In the show, Monty presented a contestant with 3 closed doors. Behind one door was a new car. And behind each of the other two doors was a goat. The contestant had the option to choose one door so as to win the new car.
The probability that a car was behind door 1 or door 2 or door 3 was the same, about 33.33%. Let us say that the contestant picked door 1. Monty would then open one of the other two doors that were not chosen by the contestant. There were 3 terms in the game: 1) Monty knew what was behind each door; 2) Monty cannot open the door that was already chosen by the contestant; 3) Monty would only open a door that hides a goat.
Let us say Monty opened door 3 revealing a goat. Monty then asked the contestant if the contestant would like to switch to door 2 or keep his original choice of door 1. Contestants would be bewildered not knowing really what to do. Was it better to keep the originally choice or was it better to switch or it would make no difference whether to keep the original choice or switch?
Meet Marilyn vos Savant. Marilyn wrote a column called “Ask Marilyn” in a newspaper called Parade. Marilyn was known for having one of the highest recorded IQ. A reader sent Marilyn a letter asking her if it was better to switch or not to switch. Marilyn stated in her column that a contestant should switch since switching doubled the contestant’s chances of winning. Many of Marilyn’s readers erupted in protest including readers with Ph.D., mathematicians, and academicians. Most people believed that the probability that a car was behind door 1 or door 2 was the same of 50%.
This became known as The Monty Hall Problem or The Monty Hall Paradox. Articles and books were written over this problem. Actually Marilyn was right and this was proven using computer simulation. Yet until today many people cannot understand that switching doubles the chances of winning.
At first glance this paradox might seem irrelevant to teaching. But I think it does. This paradox tutor the mind in the subject of structured thinking which is very important in learning.
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Are you wanting to learn a programming language? Or perhaps you want to learn how to build your own high-quality websites from scratch. Or maybe you just bluffed your way into a new job that requires SQL skills, and now you need a crash course so you don't get fired on your first week. Or maybe you're a student taking Computer Science classes and you need a little extra help understanding some of the more challenging concepts.
Whatever the case may be, I can probably help you out. I have extensive experience working with large-scale corporate software. I have a Master's degree in Applied Computer Science. The languages I am proficient in include HTML, CSS, JavaScipt, Java, C#, PHP, Python, Ruby, and SQL.
I am a patient teacher who is very good at distilling complex concepts into easily understandable lessons.
If you are interested in web design: HTML and CSS (these will be taught as on
If you are interested in databases: SQL
If you are interesting in easily learning basic programming concepts and techniques: Python
If you want to really understand programming concepts: Java
If you already know enough about HTML but are wanting to learn about server-side processing and websites that use databases: PHP or Ruby.
If you are a computer science student: Then they are probably making you take Java anyway.
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Learn the basics of Python programming with me! I break things down and make them simple. I understand how daunting programming can be at first. I'm a full-stack web development student at UNC Charlotte Coding Bootcamp, so I can sympathize with the confusion that new beginners face. I won't judge you if you don't "get it" at first. We'll work through Python coding problems together with the goal of just getting your head wrapped around the basics. I'm a patient teacher and I see teaching others as a way for me to learn more myself. Can't wait to help you learn Python!
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