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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.
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Jules Copeland - United Kingdom (London, London)
Technical director and co-founder of Orto, a shared ownership service for sports cars.
I’ve been programming Rails since about 2010, and built some fairly large apps including bespoke social networks, and my current work in progress, Orto.
Started using TDD a couple of years ago, and always try to keep up to date with the latest programming techniques. (Experience has taught me not to get swept away with the ‘next big thing’ before it gets a bit more established).
Love learning new stuff, and I think that helping other people to code better makes you code better yourself. Sometimes explaining things to other people makes it even clearer in your own mind.
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