Our mentors are the human element behind Exercism, providing empathetic feedback on learners' solutions
Enjoy solving problems and helping others learn. I've written java professionally, and also use it for open source projects.
I fell in love with Common Lisp for its interactivity, metaprogramming and uniform syntax. If I have any say, it's usually my language of choice for both professional and personal projects.
I use Python to do data analysis, engineering, physics, and design calculations for work. I also use Python because it’s simple and clean and nice and I love it!
I'm a Consultant and a Tech Lead who runs teams of developers, mostly working in C#. I've been writting C# for over a decade, building anything from trading platforms to search engines to smaller webAPIs for my own projects.
Interested in writing simpler code :)
An enthusiastic programmer who enjoys to explore various aspects of the computer industry. Worked on areas ranging from ASIC & FPGA based hardware design to Software Development in softwares like ruby, C, C++, perl,scheme, common-lisp and rust.
I like OCaml's approach of being functional first, but allowing for escape hatches into imperative code when you really need them.
I've been developing iOS apps since the iOS 3.0 days. I learned Swift when it first released with the help of exercism.io. I enjoy helping others learning the language, I always seem to learn a bit more myself.
C++ was the second programming language I learned and it has been my favorite ever since. That has been 14 years ago. I love it for its speed and explicity.
I found about elixir on exercism and thaught it were just another ruby, dropped it because I haven't had classes, read more about it, felt in love and cut off my relationship with ruby (nearly).
Rust empowers developers to write code that is ambitious, fast and correct. Viva Rust!
I started programming with Java, then moved to Scala, and later ended up in iOS development with Objective-C and Swift. I'm happy to help newcomers from all disciplines.
I've been working professionally with Ruby on the backend for about 5 years. Looking forward to share my love of Ruby.
I've spent a lot of time inside its documentation, on the users forum and IRC. I'm almost celebrating my first year of Rust development.
(He/him pronouns). I've been a Ruby developer for a couple of years (since 2016ish), and I've been helped along immensely by friends and the community--I'm looking forward to paying that back! When I'm not working with code, I'm probably playing or making tabletop RPGs.
Software Engineer, programmer lover, Jiu-Jitsu fighter and code addicted.
I'm a Ruby on Rails developer who thinks Ruby and the entire ecosystem is glorious. I've had a pull request merged into Rails, and love finding opportunities to contribute to open source.
Python, Tools for Programmers, Static Code Analysis
Generally a Purely Functional Programming advocate and Professional Software Engineer in Scala/Haskell
I am software engineer from Berlin, Germany. I work since 2013, often in legacy environments and mostly in Java.
I am a cheerful guy who really enjoys programming, speaking and extending knowledge. I have been working commercially with Elixir since March 2017. I am thrilled to help.
Go is one of the languages I have worked with during my 20+ years as a developer. I like it for some use cases. It is a noisy thing and that can be really good at times!
I like C++ for the power it puts in the hands of the developer and I believe that mastering a powerful and versatile tool craftsman grows
I'm very enthuastic about clean code and TDD. I've developed a few small android apps and otherwise microservices in java 8. I'm addicted to (un)conferences, meetups, watching conference talks online, or simply reading the classic books about software development. Never stop learning!
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I love Ruby for its expressiveness, readability and the awesome community. I learnt a lot of good practices in Ruby while solving exercises on exercism and later started using it to mentor people in my workplace. Now I am really excited to do it on a wider scale!
I use Python nearly every day and believe everyone can benefit from its simplicity and effectiveness to demonstrate high-level Computer Science concepts and automate everyday tasks.
I'd like to make Prolog a better known programming language.
type-driven development evangelist
I'm a CS student in Switzerland. I use the most of the time Python in my courses. My specialization is information processing (NLP, machine learning, deep learning, ...).
Around 4 years of clojure experience. Author of aprint & debugger libs. Maintain awesome-clojure list and hope to get russian clojure.ru done right at some point (you can help!)
I've been working in web and API development for a while, mainly writing Ruby and Elixir. I like, among others: simple code, good music, tasty food.
I've been writing Ruby professionally for more than ten years. In 2017 I developed and ran an apprenticeship program where we practiced Ruby exercises on Exercism every day.
I've been doing java for a long time, including a word game that was online for years. I love Haskell, and I'm learning Elm, Rust, and (yikes!) Perl. Say hi if ya like :)
I've been working with Java for about 10 years now. I think I've come at a level where I can help others.