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I'm a java private tutor, I help people learn the java programming language from the ground up.

I'm giving a free trial lesson to remove any doubts potential students may have about this service.

my curriculum/syllabus is the java core and alot of basic projects and assignments I have gathered to teach people java and programming.

I have taught people from around the world (using skype and screen sharing software like teamviewer) from total beginners to people that got stuck somewhere along the way and needed personal help.

beyond basic syntax, I have gathered/developed assignments that help develop logic, from when I started learning programming, to these days where I give them to my students to develop their "machine logic" for programming. that way I build the students logic from the ground up instead of just teaching confusing syntax they don't understand how to use, or throwing them into deep water with complex tasks\assingments while they don't have basic knowledge and practice (like alot of schools and other sources often do).

I also have other assignments for the student to practice on their own outside of lessons.

programming takes practice my service is for serious people only.

the lessons hourly rates and packages are listed on this page (i cant edit here and prices may change so I don't write them here):

https://ytutor.wordpress.com/prices/


to contact me you can use this contact form:

https://ytutor.wordpress.com

my website has alot of articles about programming for those who want to study the basics on their own.



some people who contacted me asked similar questions so I will clarify them for all (faq if you like):

*"do you teach other programming languages other than java"

yes i can also teach web development: html,css,javascript,jade,sass,jqury,bootstrap,php, WordPress development (plugins and themes).

i can also teach python,c++,c# (monodevlop).

for mobile dev I use corona sdk it uses lua scripting language.

I can also teach game programming, I have a framework I created for game dev in java and js. from time to time I join game jams(like ludom dare) for fun.

if you're a total beginner I suggest you start with java.

*"can you show me your github or stuff you did"

sure 50+ github repos enjoy:
https://github.com/yoel123?tab=repositories

*"can you solve my academic assignment":

I can but it will be a waste of time and money and you won't learn anything, learning programming probably will help you more, with assignments and anything else. its a prestige and very profitable profession and worth learning properly, even without a diploma or degree.


for anything else, you can contact me.

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Just a quick review for anyone reading this. I’m quite new to programming and was really struggling for quite some time, not really making any progress with watching youtube and reading books etc. I’ve done a few lessons with Yoel though I can feel that I’m finally improving, and it’s really a relief! I found that with some guidance and practice what seemed impossible to begin with has now become quite manageable and enjoyable to do. If you are looking to learn coding, and Java in particular I strongly recommend lessons, it will help navigate through the sometimes daunting subject material and will be well worth the investment. Willow
 
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Welcome to the Ranch, WF
Good to hear that a bit of personal tutoring can help so much.
 
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