Our mentors are the human element behind Exercism, providing empathetic feedback on learners' solutions
I love to share the knowledge. Kotlin similarities with other modern programming language brought me into it. Currently working on building mathematical foundations for data science.
I have found Ruby the most fun language to use. I've been using Ruby full-time since 2006 (mostly Rails applications).
Mostly a Java developer, interested in solving problems and always looking for ways to learn new things. I'm also into cross-country skiing!
I am a PHP Developer with 15+ years of experience in a wide variety of industries. I'm a servant leader, a life-long learner and a passionate mentor. I value most the light-bulb moments when, after my explanation, it becames clear something that wasn't understandable just a couple of minute ago
Go is the first compiled langauge that I was comfortable with. It is also the first langauge I wrote production worthy code in.
Epitech Student (Promotion 2021), I take time to shorten yours developing exciting projects.
I love teaching people how to learn new things and am learning Go myself, so I'd like to give back
I'm enthusiastic learner who is always looking for new projects and challenges and a huge Free Software enthusiast. Reach out if you want to talk about technology, life and sports.
I graduated from Fanshawe College with two programming degrees. I am currently a full-time employee for a large company using Java and many other technologies.
Software Engineer and IT Consultant. Scala Enthusiast.
Go developer based out of Nashville, TN. I enjoy Go because of it's simplicity and no-frills approach to development.
I am a prolific speaker and writer and regularly speak at local user groups and industry conferences. I program mainly in Clojure and Java (my last book was Spring Microservices in Action). I have spent the last 3.5 years writing Clojure code for a cloud-based telephony company.
Enjoying working on/with Ballerina and writing about it
Sucked into programming at the age of 11. Worked with several different tech stacks. Currently I work on Scala projects and tinker with Haskell in my spare moments. I want to help _you_ to fall in love with Scala / FP as much as I did.
I love swift! I've been an iOS developer since iOS 3 and developing in Swift for over 2 years now at a large iOS company. I love the community surrounding swift, everyone has been so supportive. I'm hoping to help the developers grow and learn somethings myself along the way as well.
Around 3 year of Clojure/Clojurescript experience and working full stack with Clojure since 2017. Member of the Church of Emacs.
I love real-world, usable examples. I'm a huge fan of being able to help others to make something work how it should with maximum performance. I especially love Rust and have written a tool called BrewStillery in it and GTK-rs.
Curious software engineer with more than 15 years of experience, mainly focused on the Java language and IR/Search technologies.
a passionately curious scala functional programmer
I am a system programmer in JuiceFS. Python is my favorite programming language and I have been using it for >9 years. I hope I can help you pick up Python faster.
Just another JS developer
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 am an Engineer at WSO2. Currently working in the Ballerina team. Mainly contributing to Ballerina data client area.
Sharing is what really matters. So I'd like to share my Python knowledge to augment (help develop) present capabilities of anyone who desires to know Python.
I am an Android Developer based out of New Delhi, and have been working with Kotlin for over a year. I'm particularly interested in Functional & Reactive programming paradigm and like to share my knowledge and learn from others.
To be honest, 90% of the reason I love Go is because of the mascot.
I have been working with Java for about 5 years, mostly as a hobby. I have programmed professionally with python, node.js, bash and R.
I've been slightly addicted to Kotlin ever since I first used it, coming from Java a few years ago, so much so that I started a Kotlin User Group in my area and am regularly holding talks about it.
As a contributor of Ballerina language, I find Ballerina makes it easy to write microservices that integrate APIs while maintaining reliability, scalability, observability, and security.
I'm a PHP developer, now I'm working as freelancer. I'm very passionate to became a mentor.
I mostly write Ruby on Rails professionally but for fun (and possibly profit one day) I dabble with Elixir, Nim, Arduino, and such. I’m really digging both Nim and Vim lately.
Under development. Perl monger since 1998.
Throughout my studies, I was introduced to R in 2013 and discovered the beauty and flexibility of this language.I use R on a regular basis for my PhD project in peace and conflict studies.
Go is a fantastic language for me. We have the Go community in Thailand is growing.