David Staples

David S.

Mableton, GA

Lesson Details

Computer Programming

Levels Taught:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I teach HTML, CSS, PHP, VBScript, and VBA. I teach for a living and have taught all over the US including Alaska and Hawaii. My clients range from the US military to large hospital systems to Fortune 500 companies to various branches of the government like the SSA. I’d love to share some of my experience with you as well!
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David delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 18+

Teaching since:

I’ve taught everyone from the Army Rangers to the Air Force cyber security groups to the US Navy. I travel across the US teaching various computer topics, including Alaska and Hawaii. I can also be found on a rather popular online video site by searching for DavidStaplesGA.

I currently hold over 25 certifications including the MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) and CTT+ (CompTIA Technical Trainer). I teach most of the CompTIA certifications, Cisco CCNA, PMP (Project Management Professional), Microsoft Office, and a bit of programming.

If you want to experience my style of instruction for yourself and see why students give me such rave reviews, be sure to book me for a session today!


Fluent / Native Proficiency


Microsoft Certified Trainer
Mar 2016

CompTIA Technical Trainer
Mar 2016

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
Dec 2015


Jan 2009

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Here's a sample of some of the topics I teach in some of my classes: ARP - the Address Resolution Protocol

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