Top Senior Data structures Developers - Oct 2017
Polyglot developer with an obsession for modularity
I'm a self taught developer, and ever since my first job, given enough time at a workplace I've always become the guy who people go to when they're stuck, and I've enjoyed doing the same on various online communities. I've always found those interactions very rewarding, I find it much easier to apply myself in a focused way to helping other people solve their problems. I really believe in the "teach a man to fish" cliche. If you are a student or need help working on open source, I offer a 50% rate reduction. Note that I will not solve exercises/assignments for you, I am only willing to help you to solve them yourself. Finally, I suggest you check out this great write up by Adam Goldman, another mentor on this site, which has some great tips on how better utilize this service https://www.codementor.io/adamgold/get-the-most-out-of-your-session-5c5iho6ns
Senior iOS Developer / Consultant
Decades of mixed programming experience, been doing game and general iOS app development for the last 6 years, recently helping beginners learn as CodeCatz co-founder and coach. Switched to Swift the past year and loving it. Have experience leading teams and teaching iOS programming using Swift.
I just want to help you.
I really like solving problems. Especially connected with algorithms, which involves thinking. It gives me pleasure if I can help someone. I did a lot to be very good at algorithms, competed in many algorithm competitions and now I am on the other side - I create problems for such competitions and try to share of everything I learned earlier (because of these competitions).
Architect, Programmer, Team Lead, Mentor, Compiler Techonology, Instruction Set Architecture , and much more
My working style: I prefer 1:1 live mentoring over offline help or freelancing, as my objective is to share the information, techniques, thought processes, and skills to get to the next level. I try to be available for mentoring here Mon-Thurs, usually between 8:30am and 4:00pm, California time. (Occasionally, I can be found online Fridays, weekends, or after hours.) About me: I'm an independent programmer whose background is in compiler development. I enjoy working with people. I was mentored by some great people when I was younger and have always enjoyed both side of knowledge sharing. There are no stupid questions from someone who is trying to learn! I am new to codementor(.io), but not to programming & mentoring. My preferences are toward mentoring for general purpose programming, especially in the areas of algorithms and data structures, programming principles, programming paradigms, compiler, or instruction set architecture: course work, hobby, or professional! However, I'm not specifically into frameworks, desktop GUI, or browser UI. Check out my profile on the Software Engineering Stack Exchange: https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/users/63202/erik-eidt This is a sister site to the better known StackOverflow, and it concentrates more on architecture, engineering, and best practises in software development. I enjoy applying my deep experiences in compiler and optimization to adjacent fields. I am experienced as an architect, team leader, director, manager, individual contributor, and am a highly skilled programmer. Specialties: • Domain Specific Languages, Metamodeling, Model Transformation, Model Query • Ontology, Logic Foundation, Inferencing, Logic Query • Domain Modeling, Modeling Tools, Model Visualization • Domain Design, Service Oriented Architecture • Computer Language Design, Parsing, Code Generation, Optimization, Runtimes I speak conversational but not technical German, having learned some as a child. My current interests currently run toward the architecture and development of new platform technologies for sharing & securing information that can unlock the potential of the Internet of Things to scale to dozens of widely varied devices per person. If we don't do something radically different, we'll have a siloed mobile app for every little device or sensor — practically a nonstarter. We need sensors and controllable devices to cooperate in helping us with our routine tasks and exceptional endeavors. We need an ecosystem that supports the development of intelligent planning and programming services, able to make use of device sensor data, private user data, public & private big data. This requires fundamentally changing the approach we have toward applications. We need data to enable code rather than code to silo data. I think it is not just reasonable, but even a good idea, to have more than one mentor, so if I'm working with you feel free to get second opinions and other points of view!
Senior Developer at Trikoder
A passionate programmer who works primarily in PHP. Among other things, I love artificial intelligence, taking photos, cycling, and healthy life in general. I've done all kinds of projects from high school onwards, and although I work mainly in PHP, I'm also very good with Java and C as well as with Redis, MySQL and other related technologies.
Co-Founder/Lead Instructor at Rithm School https://www.rithmschool.com
Hi, I'm Tim. I'm a former amazon developer and current teacher at a coding bootcamp. I focus mainly on web development now, but I have a background in computer science and mobile development as well.
iOS / Full-stack / Database developer with lots of Linux and Security knowledge
Google Software Engineer and Codecademy Curriculum Designer.
I have built my career around questioning and revolutionizing how to teach web app development, particularly in the field of taking learners from no knowledge to proficient software engineers. I picked up best practice coding conventions through my work as a software engineer and tech lead at Google, where I lead development on a high-profile internal tool, handling milllions of dollars in transactions and proactive customer support. I have then spent the majority of my professional life distilling this knowledge down and examining new pedagogical practices to pass it on to new learners. I have worked as a curriculum designer for Codecademy, designing courses and programs in almost every major web app technology, and acted as a private tutor to hundreds of students. This work has allowed me to continuously iterate and experiment with the best ways to quickly get new engineers up and running. I'm excited to continue passing on this knowledge and developing this work with the students of codementor!
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