About inspirezone

About inspirezone

Introductions

Hi!

I’m Fum, and I run this site. I’ve worked as a Software Engineer for over 7 years. In my current role I work as a Tech Lead in the Embedded programming space. A large part of my work involves playing with electronic devices and programming them to do cool stuff!

(If you want to learn more about Embedded programming see our blog posts on this category)

I’m a great believer in intentional continuous learning. Not just building up on what you know, but what you don’t know.

I enjoy learning new things and it keeps me motivated. My work mainly requires me to use the C programming language but I’m tipping my toes into other areas such as front-end dev, game dev and random Python applications (who doesn’t love Python 😁).

On my personal GitHub page you’ll find some of the projects I’m working on. I also maintain the repositories hosted on the inspirezone GitHub page. You’re more than welcome to submit a pull request if you wish to make a contribution on any of the repositories!

How inspirezone can help you!

Enough about me. You’ve come here for a reason right?

Are you totally new to the world coding? Are you well experienced? Or somewhere in between?

Regardless of your level of experience, it’s essential that you’re always brushing up on your existing skills and keeping an eye out for changes in trends in the software industry.  (If you’re new to the programmer life, you’ll realise the importance of this soon enough!)

One of the best ways to stay in touch is to be part of a developer community. That’s where we come in.

Here at inspirezone, our goal is to form a community that will act as a giant motivational and accountability group for every developer that’s part of us.

This isn’t just a community where you can join and lay back. We are looking for active developers who are actively seeking new challenges on the never ending journey of growing our skills.

This is achieved by working on projects together to build up a portfolio of open source projects. Having something to show is vital and we work of the motto that the best way to learn is by doing! Coding collaboration is a key part of our community and how we encourage our members to grow their skills.

Our community will also feature accountability dev groups, where you are placed in smaller groups to help others on a similar path as you and keep each other on track.

How the community works will also be tuned according to the needs of our members as we are a community for devs by devs.

If you’re serious about accelerating your growth as a programmer and this community sounds like something you’re interested in, we more than welcome you to JOIN US!

Get in touch

Got questions, opinions, comments, feedback?

You can reach out by email, using the get in touch form or directly messaging me on dev.to.