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Location Concord, California

Member Since September 2020

Courses Tutored 5

Years of Teaching 3

Bio

Harris Masterson grew up in the Bay Area, CA. He is currently a third-year student at Duke University pursing a degree in Computer Science with an Economics Minor. He is fascinated by the impacts of computer science on the modern world as well as the study of Japanese language and culture. Outside of the classroom, Harris enjoys playing sports with friends and cooking. Harris was hooked after his first time taking a coding course in college. He hopes to give students the chance to get a head start in their study of computer science. He looks forward to having the chance to show younger people not only the value, but the fun of computer science.


Languages

English

Education & Certifications

-Currently pursuing Computer Science degree at Duke University.

This is part 1 of a 3-part series of computer science courses designed to help younger students learn the fundamental principles of coding in a more accessible way.

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Intro To Coding - Loops and Conditional Statements Course
5 Week Course
$300
($30/session)

This is part 2 of a 3-part series of computer science courses designed to help younger students learn the fundamental principles of coding in a more accessible way.

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Intro to Coding - Functions, Variables, and For Loops Course
6 Week Course
$300
($30/session)

This is part 3 of a 3-part series of computer science courses designed to help younger students learn the fundamental principles of coding in a more accessible way. Students will learn the basics of coding using Blockly, a client-side library for the programming language JavaScript. This free and open-source software uses visual building blocks of code that snap together in intuitive ways to help students learn the structure, syntax, and style of real-world programming languages.

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