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Having trouble getting started with Rails? Need a little extra help with that latest Rails feature? Find yourself a mentor here and meet up with them virtually or physically.
Then use what you've learned to help others.
Mentoring someone is extremely rewarding, and we only ask for a few hours of your time. If you know one of the topics well enough that you could teach it to someone else, get involved today.
Gabriel Seidner - United States (New York, NY)
My name is Gabriel. I recently became I rails developer. In 2016 I completed a 12 week full-stack programming bootcamp. Since then I’ve been building an application to help manage inventories and purchasing in a niche market.
With my skills, I’ve managed to put together the application, and deploy it. However, there are still some areas where I think it can use major improvement, and I could really use the help of a mentor to look at my code, critique it and ideally meet with me once per week to provide me with technical/technical strategy guidance.
At the same time, I have some level of skill that I’d be happy to use to mentor those that are just starting :)
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