Our mentors are the human element behind Exercism, providing empathetic feedback on learners' solutions
I am using C and C++ for some years. C is more friendly when compile to assembly.
I love Lua for its simplicity and effectivness. I write Lua professionally.
I have been programming in Python for the last 7 years and teaching it to beginners for the last 4. I don't claim to know much, but I hope to be a useful person to bounce ideas off of. Thanks for reading!
I came to Python for the GUI support, and I stayed because it is simple enough conceptually that humans can understand how it works.
I use Python for my side projects - mostly on competitive programming and machine learning. I contributed to CPython project for some time.
I have been writing applications in PHP since 2012. I like to learn software engineering principles, and implement them in PHP - or any other programming language.
As a developer I never want to stand still. Always improving on my syntax, performance, and knowledge. Currently finishing up my Masters degree in Computer Science but want to also help others grow.
I am constantly looking out ways to improve myself. At this stage, I feel like I am capable enough to mentor people.
I've been using Python since two and a half years ago and I really fell in love with it. I really hope that I can share my knowledge with others and also become more knowledgeable myself along the way.
I am primarily a Java backend dev working full-time in the e-commerce field. Learning programming has changed my life for the better and I hope to help others do the same.
The language which got me interested in programming. Most of my open source contributions have been in C.
Elixir is the language that I want to be using. Pattern matching + `with` + processes, oh my! It makes me excited to program again!
Currently working on a large project in C++ so working on my chops along with the rest of you all, trying to give back to help out others.
I've been developing in Java professionally for over 10 years.
I think C# is a great general purpose language balancing performance and maintainability.
I use R in my work quite frequently and was introduced a long time ago when i was in grad school. I love the flexibility and readability of the language and would love to help others!
I am a physics student with interest and experience in computational methods, especially using Python. I would like to help others learn to use its expressive syntax and extensive libraries to facilitate clean and speedy development.
I've been working, either professionally or on side projects, with Python for about 3 years now. I love its versatility, easy syntax, and powerful capabilities. I'm excited to share what I've learned, and learn from others as well!
I love functional programming, especially the deep theoretical background that comes with Haskell as well as the readability and safety it provides.
I'm a programmer working [mainly] with Elixir codebases. It's the first (and still the only) language I've learnt where everything Just Clicked. Beautiful underlying system, best-in-class tooling, best-in-class documentation.
I got started using typescript to write VS Code extensions such as Power Mode. I now mentor use it daily in my role as a front-end developer and mentor others on my team as we migrate more and more of our codebase to typescript.
Lover of functional programming, writing code that writes code for me, and (evidently) parentheses.
Elm was my introduction to typed languages and a gateway for me to functional programming. I was lucky enough to learn it on the job, and have since adopted it as my main frontend language.
I'm a full-stack developer interested in functional programming and statically-typed languages. The geek in me thinks that the world needs more Elm.
I find Scala to be both a beautiful and useable language. I like that you can use clear and concise functional paradigms, while still enjoying the benefits of object orientation and JVM interoperability.
For me, Rust and Cryptography has been a perfect match. As I grow my own company, I plan on sticking with Rust and want to help encourage people to pick it up.
I'm a physicist and hobbyist programmer. I've been a Rust enthusiast since shortly before 1.0. I love Rust for its speed and safety, its typesystem, clean design, cargo and overall focus on correctness that help me offload so much worry on the compiler.
I'm a lapsed mechanical engineer and robotocist turned software developer, deeply in love with Ruby (although Elixir is pretty great too). Currently the Application Development Manager @ Yale University.
I do PHP for the past few years and I am happy to give back by mentoring PHP.
I use Elm for hobby projects and occasionally at work. I like it for a lot of technical reasons, but most of all for the great community.
Since August 2017, I have been a maintainer on the Dart track on Exercism. I've developed several scripts in Dart as well as used AngularDart on an enterprise application.
I have been programming for around 5 years using various languges and technologies. Currently, I focus on Swift and iOS development. I am excited to mentor for Swift and join Exercism's Objective-C track as a student!
I'm a Rustacean since 5 years and member of the Rust project. I lead the events team and contirbute to the community team. I own a Rust company. I train Rust professionally, but still got a lot to learn.
I'm a professional iOS Developer, leaning towards a functional approach and mathematics based approach. I've been using Swift professionally since 2.0 was released.
I love Swift because of how simple and powerful the language is. I am constantly learning cool new ways of writing good Swift code as I work on an iOS app day to day.
Rust is a revolutionary language that is growing and improving fast. I am proud to have been promoting Rust in my own company leading to incredible results. It covers low-level programming while offering high-level abstractions which for systems developers, it's a blessing.