This is Nerando, he likes to use programming to solve problems, (Yup, He is a developer). Nerando has been a community organizer for freeCodeCamp Atlanta for over the last two years. He has been to a few hackathons and is an infrequent blogger.
Nerando has worn a few hats before becoming a developer : lab technician, farmer, truck driver, middle school science teacher, business founder, tutor and a high school literacy specialist. These turns in the road has enabled him learn fast, work well within a team, understand going "the extra mile" and having a different outlook while problem solving or developing solutions.
When not coding, Nerando enjoys
coding cooking, reading, the act of creating
nothing and consuming the odd blog or podcast about
the human mind (Hi, NPR).
After completing the Flatiron School's FullStack Software Engineering Immersive ( completed Sept 2019) and served time as QA/junior software developer at WarnerMedia, he is currently looking for his next career oppurtunity. With some experience as the local organizer of the FreeCodeCamp group, he has been able to mentor and help other people in their developer journey while working on his own.