I am always teaching myself new skills and a big believer in hands-on experiences and projects to better understand and apply the skills you learn. If you are the kind of student who struggles to learn within a typical class/tutor bases environment, then a direct hands-on project is what you need.
Typical lesson structures for PC building would be over the course of a week covering hardware theory, the part selection process, culminating in the construction of a gaming machine to relevant conditions (gaming type, max FPS, etc...) & includes benchmarking with performance analysis.
I am a first-year UTS Data Engineering student who has built several gaming, workstation & light-server machines. I'm also an amateur programmer with Python-3.6, Java 1.8 and C#.
Previously, I taught basic programming and beginner hardware to high-school entry students. This course was over 4 months and covered basic programming terminology with Pascal & Python as well as introductory theory to hardware components to better understand the hardware-software relationship.
My rate is independent of the student's experience, this is for introductory to intermediate skill levels.
My travel costs are free within 10km, anywhere upwards I am open to negotiation.
As the aim of this course is to construct a PC, part of the course will cover budget management and performance-dollar comparisons. However, the student must cover the cost of the machine.
If the student would like hands-on experience with a demo, this is open to discussion. However. I currently have no up-to-date machine capable of travel and organising one would take time.
My personal projects:
My GitHub if you're curious about any software I've worked on (this is constantly under development and always a work in progress): (concealed information)
Programming & Hardware introductory course for high-school students (Pascal, Python3).
Constructed several PCs (my own workstation, friend's gaming PCs, my light-server Ubuntu machine).
Intermediate in common libraries & OOP design.
Advanced comprehension of OOP and libraries.
Advanced comprehension of OOP, meta-classing
Advanced awareness and experience with third-party libraries.
Linux (Ubuntu), Windows 10, OS X Mavericks
Terminal experience (Ubuntu & Windows 10)
Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint & Excel)
German International School Sydney
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme
Feb 2019 - Current
Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (major: Data)
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