I have successfully completed Computer Science for Engineers, Computer Science 2: Object-Oriented C++, and Computer Science 3: Design Patterns and Algorithms. All three were in C++ and earned me an A. Exceptionally, I have also completed Heterogenous Parallel Programming in the related CUDA programming language with distinction.
I have used Unix, Linux, Emacs, and shell scripting on a daily basis and would be happy to help you understand and leverage the power of Unix too! BA in Economics with Honors from the College of William and Mary.
In addition to completing courses in Advanced R and attending multiple annual conferences in R in Finance, my R background includes daily coding in R, including data manipulation, visualization, regression, and time-series analysis. Having helped students and working professionals at various schools and institutions in-person and online across multiple continents debug R code, I would look forward to helping you make sense of your R code too.
I have used STATA extensively in such graduate-level econometrics classes as Time-Series and Cross-Section as well as in basic Econometrics. I have used STATA for dozens of class assignments, for original research (i.e. my honors thesis), and in helping 60 students when I TA-ed Econometrics. Furthermore, I have attended a STATA conference and heard the president of STATA present on the latest capabilities of the STATA software and STATA users spanning disciplines ranging from cancer research and genetics to sociology and econometric theory present original research produced using STATA.