Katrin Leinweber GitHub
I struggled to apply R to my own PhD research data in 2013. A Science Craft grad school course finally got me started when I decided to use another, well-formated data set. Since then, I have found R to be a lifeline for data analysis and teaching myself and others one or the other programming skill :-) R may not be pretty, but it gets the job done.
I stumbled upon this site when I was trying to learn about functional programming and F#. Little did I know, I'd wind up becoming a contributor and learning a whole lot more than what I originally intended to. I had never contributed to an open source project before, and it's been a very rewarding experience.
I have been using Delphi professionally since 1996. At my day job I develop software used in the control of various types of test machines used by the auto industry. Exercism is my first real push into Open Source and I'm happy to have this opportunity to teach and share the virtues of Delphi with others.
Simon Shine https://simonshine.dk
I've been a classroom teacher in compilers and various functional languages for five years. Having pure functions and isolation of side-effects are fundamental to separation of concerns. Strong, static types, type inference and algebraic types are hard for me to live without.
I'm a career-changer from education, and I used Exercism to reinforce my skills as I made the switch. I love TypeScript for the flexibility of JS with the consistency of strongly typed languages. Maintaining the TS track has grown my appreciation for the language.
Daniel Mita dango.space
My first adventure in coding was creating userscripts by trial and error (many errors...). Somewhere down the line I accidentally found myself employed in my first coding role as a Perl developer, after attempting pair programming in Haskell.
I am a software developer and consultant working for Black Pepper Software, a software company based in Leamington Spa, England. I'm a recent Computer Science graduate from the University of Warwick, and love all things to do with computers!
Jon Calder My Website
I was introduced to R during my statistics undergrad in 2006 and have been trying to learn to use it properly ever since! I love the power, flexibility and expressiveness of the language, and hope I can help others to appreciate it too.
Ruby has been my go-to language for the past 6 years. I love how readable and intuitive it is. I'm thankful for the opportunity to help others on their journey in any way I can and I'm hoping to become a better mentor in the process :)
I have been writing Java code professionally for the past 3 years and I have had a wonderful experience with it. The functional style of Java 8 took some getting used to, but it really improved my team's codebase and productivity.
Michael Morehouse My Techie Blog
Although Python wasn't my first -- and won't be my last -- programming language, it remains my favorite for introducing others to the joys, the pains, the infrequent ecstacies, and the occasional terrors of life before the REPL.
Meade Kincke Code Artistry
I love real-world, usable examples. I'm a huge fan of being able to help others to make something work how it should with maximum performance. I especially love Rust and have written a tool called BrewStillery in it and GTK-rs.
Cristian Rivas Gómez
I am a Software Engineering student from San Sebastian. I enjoy a lot reading about topics related to Java, software maintainability and web technologies. My love for TypeScript began developing web apps with Angular framework.
I love Go for its simplicity and consistency. I also appreciate how hard the Go project is working to make the ecosystem welcoming to newcomers. I no longer maintain the Go track, but still maintain the Go tooling on Exercism.
Frida Johanne Tveit
I'm a software developer working for Softwire, a UK based software company. I'm a full stack developer working with many different languages including Java. I love programming and helping other people learn more about it!
I write a lot of Go for my day job, building platforms for other software engineers to use. The Exercism Go track was the first open-source project I joined; I'm grateful for all I've learned through this experience.
Mark Simpson Code and Cocktails
I have always been interested in Lisps since taking the SICP course in college. I love the expressiveness and conciseness of the simple syntax, and the ability to build the language upward to meet the domain.
Found out about erlang via exercism, got hooked by its lightweight processes and how they are used as first class citizen. After fixing some trivial bugs in the track, I have been added to the team.
Firmware Engineer by day. I like Go a lot, and I'm optimistic about its adoption. Helping on Exercism track allows me to learn more. My focus is adding exercise solutions and test case generators.
I'm the co-inventor of Mock Objects, Gold Cards, and many retrospective techniques, but still a developer at heart and using Pharo Smalltalk as a platform to explore further new exciting ideas.
Logan Stucki Sometimes I blog on my site
I'm a 17 year old student and code artisian. I love writing code and making things. Currently, I enjoy answering stackoverflow questions and making webapps when not contributing to exercism.
25+ years experience as a software engineer, specializing in the web since NCSA HTTPd and Mosaic. Ruby has been my primary language for the past 7 years; it fills me with glee.
John Reese I sometimes write about stuff
I am a software engineer with a passion for testing and C#. If you have any questions about the C# track or the language in general, feel free to ask; I'd love to hear them.
I've been a command line *nix hacker for over 25 years, very active on Stack Overflow for over 10 years, and am happy to bring my experience to the Exercism community.
Ozan Onay Bradfield School of Computer Science
Ozan teaches MIPS assembly as part of the Computer Architecture course at Bradfield, and finds that it's a great excuse to think about how computers actually work!
I really love Linux and Bash! I think the only reason I use a window manager is for chrome/firefox. Every other open window on my machine is a terminal.
Rob Phoenix robphoenix.com
I used to be an artist, and am now a software engineer, using Go for forensics monitoring. Exercism's Go track opened up the world of open source to me.
A Ruby on Rails dev by day, a Rust and Smalltalk programmer by night. I have found Pharo Smalltalk a delight to use. I'm here to spread the good news.
Rubén Chavarría Here is where I blog
I'm a Web Developer with a passion for taking code that is hard to maintain and cleaning, refactoring, and bringing it back into a manageable state
I used to be a health economist, and am now on my way to becoming a software engineer. Exercism's Java track got me started with open source.
Long time software developer, recovering chemical engineer. I love helping folks along their path because I learn something new every time.
I like OCaml's approach of being functional first, but allowing for escape hatches into imperative code when you really need them.
I only trust code written by me. I only trust food cooked by me. I only trust people trusted by me(Wait...🤔?)