Our mentors are the human element behind Exercism, providing empathetic feedback on learners' solutions
I've been a C programmer for many years. I used to work at Bell Labs.
I'm here to beat the devil out of your code
Longtime developer, recent Clojurian. Ex-academic web developer who loves code review so much I'm volunteering to do more here!
I work as a software developer for a tech consulting company. No matter what language I'm working in, there's always a soft spot in my heart for Java.
As a Cloud Architect and Developer, I find the Ballerina language to be useful for many enterprise integration scenarios.
Scala is a great solution for pure functional programming in today's industry.
Go is my first and favorite compiled language. I love its extensive standard library and its documentation conventions, tooling, and idioms that make the code useful and accessible to programmers with a wide range of experience.
Developing C++ professionally in some projects, such as Real-time Applications, IoTs and Games, I've found C/C++ the most influential invention of the century.
I love to keep things simple, and slowly work on new projects little by little. It makes the most complex problems not so complex after all.
C was the first programming language I learnt and it still is one of my favorites. I wrote C professionally for Linux Kernel!
I'm studying CS and work as a FE Dev. I currently enjoy crystal very much, so I'm happy to help you learning it.
I started go 4 years ago, using it professionally and personally. Explaining to others is the best way to make sure you understand, they said!
Working as a Software Developer in a startup in Barcelona. Working exhaustively with JS last 3 years.
I have more than 10 years of production experience. I love Ruby because of its friendly and active community. Nothing is impossible when you do what you love! Happy coding!
Software developer versed in Java & Spring Boot looking to teach others and also learn from them
I'm one part professional developer and two parts programming enthusiast, shaken with a liberal dash of pragmatism.
Software Engineer who works mostly in C++ and Python, with an interest in AI, machine learning and data science/engineering
I'm a geek doing a lot of things, including Kotlin. I've using the language for 3 years now but still learning everyday
Consultant, author of 'Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes', Gopher. Terrible surfer. Se habla español. Ici on parle français. Hier wird deutsch gesprochen. Esperanto parolata.
I'm an Engineer/Teacher using Elixir at my day job and in my side projects as well. I gave talks on Elixir and functional programming at some events, one of them being ElixirConf EU.
I am a team lead / architect that has used C# to build mobile, Web, and desktop apps. I am passionate about software development and love working in C#.
I am an experienced developer and research scientist that is passionate about Sciences and Technologies. I love working with teams that want to create the 'possible' out of the 'improbable' while leveraging my creative mind and prototyping/research skills. Simply, I love exploring where no-one has ever been before.
RHCE currently aiming for RHCA. I'm spending my best years in a console, so I know a thing or two about Linux :). Enjoy working for a small company where I automate the process of making Linux distro. Some folks call me DevOps.
I love programming, and helping people with programming. You may have seen my StackOverflow contributions under the username StriplingWarrior. I speak English and French.
Former Google SRE. While at Google, I was a Python readability reviewer and loved it! Since then I've tried to stay current with python 3, but there's always something new to learn...
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've been writing PHP since 1997 and have been programming for over 30 years. I really love the improvements that have been made to PHP, especially since 7.0. I enjoy mentoring and helping developers improve and learn new skills.
I've been using C# professionally for 8 years and love its versatility!
Python was the first language I learnt when I started programming several years ago. Since then I have used it extensively for uni projects, web, scripting, and pretty much everything else. Excited to be able to help mentor new pythonistas!
I'm transitioning to using Elixir full time. I try to use it as much as I can on my free time as well. I'm excited to mentor folks starting out and can hopefully learn new things as well!
I am a Computer Science graduate and Software Engineer who loves to write software to build great products which help businesses, communities and individuals succeed with their goals.
I've been programming in Java professionally for six years, and in general for more than 15 years. I like to focus on clean legible code, because code that is easier to read is easier to understand.
Mohnish is a programmer who cares about - programming as a craft, mentorship, diversity, inclusiveness and empathy. Away from work, he enjoys contributing to open source, blogging, and has even organized Ruby user group meetups in the past. He's also learning more of Elixir whenever he gets an opportunity.
I'm a PhD student in Political Science at the University of Mannheim and an active R user since 2014. With its unique combination of self-exploration and guided feedback, exercism is the ideal way to learn and master coding in R.
Ruby is the first language I've developed in professionally, I love it for it's readability and how it was developed with the intention to bring joy to those who write it.
After learning Erlang a few years ago, I became interested in building reliable, fault-tolerant systems. I hope to introduce others to Erlang and help spark their interests as well!