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Mission

Developing Potential

Confidence

We all start out feeling like we can do it. Through practice and immersion, you can and will gain confidence in yourself as you gather the skills to further your knowledge on this subject. We help you learn these skills so you can realize the potential you have.

Excitement

We want you to be excited about learning web development skills. If you aren’t excited about it then you are less likely to want to learn and put the time into it to really progress. We help build excitement by explaining what you need to know in a stress-free environment.

Focus

We care about what you take away from our service. We focus on your needs and not just the initial problem. We want to make sure that you understand what we teach so that you don’t feel overwhelmed with information. We try and go at a pace that works best for you.

Self‑Sufficiency

We aim to help you retain what you learn so that you can remember and learn to do it yourself. “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. It is more worthwhile to teach someone to do something than to do it for them.”

Our aim is to get you the help you need at an affordable price.
We charge $25/hour.
That’s it! There are no hidden fees and no commitments.

About

WebDevTutoring Started With An Idea

I strive to be the kind of tutor I wish I had as a student


Hi. My name is Melissa and I decided that I wanted to make a difference. I am currently a student at BYU-Idaho right now and found, through schooling, that I love to help others understand what is being taught. Learning how to be a web developer is a lot like learning a new language (and there will definitely be many languages to be learned).

I started WebDevTutoring with the single goal to help other students around me to grow and realize the potential they have in this field. I have come into my classes with vital background knowledge that has made taking these classes rather easy for me. Other students don't have this opportunity. The point is that I do know what it is like starting out not knowing anything and expected to keep up like you know all about it. That is why I want to help! I strive to be the kind of tutor I wish I had as a student.

  • Languages

    Some of the languages I am fluent in are HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, PHP, and MySQL.

  • Applications

    I usually work in Netbeans with Filezilla as my FTP but I can work in Sublime, Notepad, Notpad++, Handcraft, etc.

  • How it Works

    Typically, once contacted I work through Google Hangouts because it allows you to share your screen so that I can see the problem you are facing in real time. You are not required to share your screen but it does make it easier and quicker for me to find the problem.

  • Classes

    While attending BYU-Idaho, I took several classes, that I received A's in, and feel I am qualified to tutor. These classes include: WDD 100: Intro to Web Design/Development, CIT 160: Introduction to Programming, CIT 230: Page Layout & Graphics, and CIT 336: Web Page Development. I am hoping to add to this list as I continue my schooling.

Client
My name is Melissa Moake. I am 23 years old. I was born and raised in the Provo/Orem area. I attended UVU and graduated with my associates (in University Studies) before graduating from Orem High School. I attended BYU Provo and tried a couple different degrees (CS and IT) but neither one stuck for me. I worked in two different departments there (OIT and Campus Life Web Consulting) as a web programmer/developer and found that I loved my job more than I did my school work. ...
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