Our mentors are the human element behind Exercism, providing empathetic feedback on learners' solutions
Do respect Kotlin for been concise, expressive and for addressing most of the developer's everyday needs in such an elegant way.
I use Haskell at work because it allows me to rapidly deliver easily-maintainable applications with a high degree of confidence in their correctness.
I am a mobile applications developer. Coming from the React Native universe, I am now working with and loving Flutter and Dart to build mobile applications.
I am very interested in the theory of OS. Most OS kernels were written in C, for example, the Linux kernel. I would like to teach beginners programming in C, because C uses a large number of low-level concepts that every programmer should know.
I love python and is the main programming language that I use in everyday, it's easy and beautiful language. I want to help everyone write more pythonic codes!
Go is a beautiful language with an amazing community. I use it everyday working as a freelance developer for many clients.
Originally a .NET developer. Now a big Go lover for its simplicity.
Geek at heart who loves solving complex problems and creating clean, easy to use applications
A medical student who enjoys using R for open science.
I work as a lead developer in a mobile-app startup. I come from the React-Native world and started to learn more about Android development. I discovered Kotlin and love this modern langage!
Full-time passionate Clojure developer. Spare time Clojure evangelist. Programming since 2012. Teaching is the best way to learn!
I started programming back in 1995 and have used a variety of languages since then. Currently I'm a CTO for a political technology startup annd working heavily with React.
I have been writing C code professionally since 2014. Interested in low-level stuff.
I'm a self-taught, full-stack developer based in Kentucky building front-end SPA's with React. Side projects in Vue and Express. B.A. in Philosophy, M.Div, working on a doctorate in Ancient Near Eastern Languages.
As I learned Ruby I wished for a mentor. Becoming one has been profoundly fulfilling.
I taught myself Haskell in college as a mindbending exercise, and I've been using it professionally ever since. I love helping people learn the language, from beginners to industrial professionals!
I love Python for it's simplicity and elegance. Readability counts!
I have worked with a wide assortment of technologies and languages over the last 20 years. I caught the FP bug through Scala in early 2015 which I've been using professional since then.
I am using Python for personal projects. Python seems to be providing powerful solutions that are simple to understand.
Front End Developer with over 7 years of experience. Working remotely from Costa Rica.
I'm a software developer chasing my curiosity. I've been learning Rust to better understand computing and write secure, performant software.
As a mathematician, data and software engineer I enjoy coding in Python. Also, I appreciate clean and concise solutions under all circumstances.
I'm an iOS developer using Swift since version 2.0. I'm a fan of Swift for its power and approachability.
I am a master's student, with 5+ years of past software development experience. Happy to help!
An avid believer of the Feynman technique. Currently a professional trying to learn Rust and also teach it at the same time.
80% Scientist, 20% Artist. Theorist and Practitioner.
I am a software developer, with the main focus on Java. Clean code, proper tests, best practices ♥.
I am currently a PhD Student in CSE at University of California - San Diego. My interests are in Machine Learning & Embedded Systems. I love programming in C. It was the first language I learnt. I work a lot in systems and hence write a lot of firmware code in C. I've started using Python as well for ML applications. Outside of research I enjoy reading and outdoor activities.
Coming from a Java background, I gave up not loving Python about 3 years ago. Today, it's by far my favorite language.
A Perl programmer for several decades, I am now promoting Perl 6 for the same reason. It's a full toolkit for solving almost any problem. I've learned quite a few things, let's learn some more together!
I am a prosessinal Data Scientist and for me python is like a Gennie. My mind thinks and python brings it to life.
I build Ruby on Rails backends professionally. Ruby is my main language, and I really enjoy its expressiveness. I'd like to learn Haskell and Rust, and get better at shell scripting
JS - or better ES6 - is my main language at work. I am a mathematician by training, sing in a semi-professional choir and am a mother of three.
I am a software architect building platforms for 3D renderings and eCommerce. Python 2 is my day to day language but I also work with Python 3 on my side projects. I am hoping to share my knowledge with people!
Working as ruby on rail(RoR)s last 4 years (I recommend to have a look at RoR when learning Ruby). I have total 8+ years in software development. I always believe sharing knowledge is a beautiful concept, exercism is perfect place to learn and share your knowledge.