Kim has years of experience working with learners of all ages, skill level, and abilities. She is now using her knowledge to help improve technical people, ideas, and organizations. She is the past co-organizer of CodeNewbie-Atlanta, founder of JrDevMentoring, author of the “Tech Talk For Non-Techies” blog, and a contributor to the Hypepotamus newsletter. Kim is currently pursuing a Doctors of Business Administration – Technology Entrepreneurship. Her doctoral study topic is: “Strategies some software development managers use to effectively mentor junior software developers.” She is also working on her passion projects #MentoringMinute, JrDevMentoring.com, @100000Intros and @TheSpectrumCode
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This is the story of how focusing first on building a community of individuals who care about mentoring has allowed me to turn the idea of mentor matching for people learning to code into a multi-platform open source project.