Looking to Hire an Electron Tutor for $$


#1

Is anyone interested in being hired as a tutor to help teach me Electron programming? I am willing to pay per hour or however you would prefer to be compensated. If so, please contact me at sgm@smsitgroup.com so we can discuss. I would like to start as soon as I find someone.

I am a beginner so you will have to start from step 1 and be patient but I do catch on quickly as I have been in IT all my life and have done some very complex stuff.

Thanks,

Scott


#2

Any potential tutor is going to want to know how much experience you have with JavaScript and Node.JS.


#3

None - Zero. I have no experience with either JavaScript or Node.JS. I learned a little Python and spent a couple weeks on it until I realized this is a better route if I can find a way to learn it. When I 1st got into IT, I used to program basic and C so I understand the concepts and have done it before but don’t claim to remember much. I have an MBA and am very good with math and math concepts as well so I will catch on quickly.

I just need someone to guide me and show me the syntax and teach me the language. I will put the effort in to learn it and do sample programs, etc. With Python, I can buy a book or follow an online class but I haven’t been able to find such a resource with this.

Plus, I am very busy and would prefer to have another person teach me and work with me for time and quality of learning. I find that I do much better working with someone else. So if anyone wants to start from the beginning with me, let me know. Again, I learn very fast.


#4

Electron is a way to reuse knowledge of the web stack (js, html, css) to create desktop application. If you start from zero knowledge. I feel learning web stack (separate from electron) is probably a good starting point. Then programing in modules and importing them. Maybe learn es6. Learn a framework such as react, angular or vuejs. Then nodejs api as needed (having a sample project in mind would help a lot), and then learning electron make sens.