I started programming as a hobby around 17 years ago. At that time I also was into video-game hacking. Much later, I realised I could make a living from my hobby and took it seriously. I'm currently working for 8thLight and liking functional programming
I hack HTML/CSS/Ruby/JS/SQL. And PHP if I must. Stuff I've done: Three Rings (volunteer management), OxUni library websites, put little red tractors on milk, freedeedpoll.org.uk, contributed to WordPress codebase, de-facto Ruby MOTP implementation...
I've been programming for about 4 years now, using various languages and technologies. Currently I work for Alces Software (alces-software.com). I'd like to help out teaching people and sharing what I know :).
Studied philosophy at university, self-taught software engineer, currently working for Heroku, a Salesforce company. I enjoy helping people reach their potential, and giving back to that which has given me so much.
I am an IT professional with over 10 years of experience working with a broad range of technologies and projects such as client server, integrations, web development, bits of mobile, dev ops, etc. I have worked for private and public enterprises & startup
cis white queer male. I want to share knowledge, nurture diverse voices and encourage compassionate, critical problem-solving. I'm an ex-GA TA and a mainly-backend web engineer.
Full-stack dev with over 14 years of experience. I have done it all: e-commerce, internet banking, social apps, real-time trading engines, sports betting, ML/AI... you name it! Expert in C# but proficient in many other languages.
Used to help organise London Django meetup group where we worked to increase diversity (hard) and implement a CoC (easier). I'd like to help improve the diversity of the programming industry because I think it's losing out by being white male dominated.
In short, I love SQL. I'm currently working as a product manager (analytics) at lyst. I'm also an ex engineer, working in languages such as python, is and php. I would love to share my passion with someone who's yet to discover the power of sql.