The people behind Exercism
Track Mentors

Track Mentors

Our mentors are the human element behind Exercism, providing empathetic feedback on learners' solutions

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Celestine Ekoh-Ordan

I am a full stack software developer with experience primarily in the JavaScript stack.

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Daniel Tartaglia

I've been programming since High School, but only started professionally in the late '90s. I started professional development of iOS apps in early 2010 and started using Swift professionally the day after its release.

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Shane Drabing

When I'm not doing biology, coding is my favorite pastime. Python feels the most natural to me, but I use R constantly and am now learning C++

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Blanka Lewonowska

Currently, I'm an IT student and a fan of clean code. I use mostly C# for my own projects.

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Roman Glushko

@magento Software Developer and Contributor at @Atwix, E-commerce, Data science newbie

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Tim Austin

Was interested in elixir for a long time, but didn't really start to look into it until 2018. Started the track, and enjoyed it so much I decided to help others enjoy their time learning it as well.

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David Wessman

Ruby was the starting point for me learning to program. It still is my go-to-language for web applications and my knowledge made it easier for me to learn new languages I use at work.

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Michael Glass

I like elm and also I like you. I love elm because it's so easy to refactor my first draft into something beautiful. I hope you do, too.

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Stig Johan Berggren

I'm using Python for data science/machine learning and personal projects. I like the language for the great package ecosystem and the expressive and readable code.

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Jason Runkle

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.

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Leo Zhu

Python is a beautiful language, which is different with C/C++, need more creativity to learn it. Don't feel sorry for what you don't know, just enjoy learning, enjoy Python, enjoy your life!

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Philipp Meissner

I'm a full-time software developer for ZEIT.IO GmbH, mostly focused on frontend using frameworks like Angular (1-8), Vue and even Elm. On top of that I am quite familiar with Ruby on Rails and NodeJS when it comes to backend.

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Archana Sriram

Ruby is one of my most comfortable programming languages. I'm a professional software engineer with over two decades of work experience. I love to teach and mentor.

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Damien Pollet

Contributor to Pharo, I love Ruby, LaTeX, and woodworking (and teach Java, because of reasons).

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Fedor Koshel

I've been working with Ruby for several years as a developer, architect and team leader. It's my favorite language, it's very beautiful and simple. I's really was created to 'Make programmers happy' as Matz said.

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KillTheMule

Hobbyist programmer who's got a weak spot for Rust.

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Dino

After some time working professionally with Python I got the chance to finally build something with Elixir that now runs in a production environment. I've always been passionate about functional programming because I feel it is more closely related to Mathematics and Elixir has enabled me to rediscover Functional Programming using awesome syntax.

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Ludwig Stecher

I study IT in Bavaria, Germany. Rust is one of my favourite languages because of its expressive type system, its strong safety guarantees and good WASM support. I also code a lot in Java, Kotlin, JS and Typescript.

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Sophie Doiron

I am a CS/Physics university student. My favorite CS related topic is AI. I've been programming with JavaScript off and on for about 7 years now and I'm excited to help others with the language!

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Kevin d'Orange

I talk C, C++, Python. I talk to cats, too.

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Cory Lamontagne

Professional C++ dev who loves learning and mentoring, currently pursuing a masters in Data Analytics. Also, a student here on the Rust and R tracks (at least).

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Tim Mackinnon

I am the co-maintainer of Pharo-Exercism, and I'd love more people to appreciate the elegance and simplicity of Pharo Smalltalk

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Ammar Atef

2017 Graduate with experience in Android and Cross-platform mobile development since I was a junior student. Enthusiast about DevOps tools and open-source. Active contributor in GitHub and hosting some open-source projects too.

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Winston Jr Rodriguez Stand

I am a software developer engineer, I like to learn new languages.

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Crane Yuan

I am a backend developer. I've written code in Java professionally, as well as use it for open source contribution.

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Alfredo Alonso

I'm a Frontend Developer working on {{js_library_or_framework_used_nowadays}}. I love the idea behind Exercism and I really enjoy helping others to learn and I belive that also helps to keep pushing my own knowledge. Feel free to reach out!

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Isaac Good

I love coffee, bicycles, motorcycles and reading fantasy. I've been coding and automating my entire life.

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Ricardo AMbrogi

Front End Engineer who loves pizza and X-Men (not the movies).

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Ricardo Pérez

PHP teacher (among other things) in a Computer Science course in a High School from Andalusia, Spain.

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Paul Aly

I've been developing in Java Professionaly for 5 years now. I'm passionate about writing clean code and learning new programming languages.

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Kate Sergeeva

Like Python. Learn Python. Use Python daily.

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Mikhail Navrotskiy

I am a backend developer with ruby from 4+ years. I love ruby and spend a lot of time on my projects with ruby.

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Thomas Koruga

I love python for its readability and general-purpose. There is an open source library for basically everything. If you can imagine it, it probably exists. That's fascinating.

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Muhammad Aufi Rayesa Frandhana

Part of Osu! videogame dev community, develops third-party AI that creates maps for that game named 'Osu!Automapper', written in python. Have strong interest on UI/UX design and machine learning. Professional in Python and Java. Watches anime, especially ones from Trigger studio.

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Debasish Sahoo

Love writing Javascript for Backend applications and open-source development.

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Oleksii Filonenko

Ruby is my favourite programming language, and I use many ideas from Ruby in other languages. I also like teaching, Linux, and Free Software :)

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Andrew Hampson

I am a professional Ruby-on-Rails developer, programming enthusiast and have been programming in Ruby since 2016.

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Ivan Danci

Ruby and Ruby on Rails Developer, have a bit of experience, happy to share it with everyone.

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Roman Chvanikov

I'm a long-time OTP developer (Erlang/Elixir with a strong focus on Elixir for the past 4 years) and will be glad to help anybody to dive into the languages.

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Matthew Bender

I'm a backend engineer and a long time rubyist turned gopher. I have really enjoyed learning Go and embraced its simplicity.