Our mentors are the human element behind Exercism, providing empathetic feedback on learners' solutions
I started writing Ruby 4 years ago when I co-founded Workplace Arcade. I quickly fell in love with the language and have been using it ever since. I'm very passionate about mentoring and co-organize a local ruby meetup.
Go is somewhat of a new language for me and I've been trying to learn more and more of it. I got a taste of it through reading some Docker code and I find it to be a better C, which was something I wrote in a past life.
Go comes with a very clear image of how to write go-code, a powerful core library, a huge community, platform independence, a great concurrency model, and lots of other things that make this programming language great.
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 like Haskell very much. Although I'm not that good at it, I hope everyone will fall in love with her. I will do my best to help everyone. Besides, I come from China, so if you use Chinese, I can also understand it.
I'm a student who loves to use Nim. It is a very unique and powerful language which contains a lot of features. Sometimes you can even forget that you're writing in a compiled language rather than in a scripting one!
Math teacher turned programmer. Fell in love with Rust while listening to Steve Klabnik talk about its design choices. Eternally grateful for helpful compiler messages. Not tall enough to write multi-threaded code.
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.
I worked with Elm professionaly and I love it! Trusting the language is such a relief on your mind, as a developer you can really start to express yourself and let the code flow, the compiler will watch your back!
I love writing Kotlin because it has some of the power of Scala without all of the type system complexity. It is a breath of fresh air in the Java ecosystem for those of us that like the JVM but don't like Java.
I'm a french software engineer and I have been working with javavascript as a fullstack web developper. I love how Exercism enhance the process of learning new languages, that's why I wanted to be part of it :)
I've written Perl 5 for quite a while now at various $WORK, and worked on quite a few FOSS projects with it as well. I'd love to help other people on learning Perl 5, as well as learn from them along the way.
I've been working in IT for 20+ years, and Ruby is the first language I've found that I consider truly elegant. I've learned over that time that everyone is constantly learning - I hope we can learn together!
Someone wise said that the best way to learn something is to tech that, so here I am :). I don't write on Go for a long time but I already know enough to share some useful info and help newbies. Happy to help!
I love learning to the point I got degrees in how/why people think the way they do and how to teach them. Then I learned how to program and have been trying to teach others as often as I can. Hope I can help.
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.
I've been coding in Objective-C ever since the first release of the iOS SDK, back in the old manual memory management days! It's been a fun ride and I'm excited to share and help people to write great apps!
Rust is a language that feels as comfortable as the next Ruby. While I can't say I'm an expert quite yet, I've taught a university course in it, so I hope I've picked up enough skill to help beginners out.
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 love Elixir for its productivity, elegant syntax, and functional nature. I've written it professionally and for fun. I hope to help people get excited about Elixir and learn some things myself, as well.
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 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 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.
I've got limited experience with Python, but have found it fun and useful to learn, especially as a data scientist. I hope to continue learning from others and to be able to assist them on their journey.
I'm a software engineer working professionally in Java, I love to learn new languages and to improve my coding style. My side projects are usually focused around learning some new language or technology.
I am a Java nut. While some may hate it for its (seemingly) unnecessary verbosity at times, that is one of the main reasons I love it. I've written Java as a hobby and professionally for over five years.
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 been using Rust both at work and as a hobby for a while now. Its an awesome project that makes it easy to learn and contribute, and improves really fast while remaining compliant with its principles.