A Few Words

About Us

Space For Creative Minds

Our Mission:

It can be difficult to find a community for hackathons and related competitions, especially if you aren’t surrounded by people who don’t share your passions and interests. Here at Developing Developers, our goal is to connect young womxn involved in competitive programming with our services.

 

What We Do:

Our forum allows womxn to contact each other and build connections within a community of high school and college problem solvers. We strive to maintain a healthy and friendly atmosphere where everyone feels safe and welcome to ask any question. Developing Developers’ forum places an emphasis on navigating through problems on competitive computing programs such as USACO, Hackerrank, Hackerearth, etc.

We also host contests (prizes provided for top scorers!) for people to practice their skills and provide a space for people to receive feedback on their work. Developing Developers will also host a mentorship program for individualized advice, feedback, and support so that experienced engineers can connect with aspiring and current competitive programmers.

 

If you would like to contribute to Developing Developers or compete in contests, please fill out the form(s) on our home page!


Meet the Team

Hafiza Samath - Marketing/Design

Hafiza Samath is from a diverse metropolitan island called Penang that is situated in the northernmost part of peninsular Malaysia. She studies Law in the University of London. Hafiza is passionate about helping others hence why she joined Developing Developers. Hafiza also volunteers in various organisations that assists and helps students during the pandemic where she coaches students on public speaking, debate and she organises events for students worldwide.

Sai Sunku - Operations

Sai is a junior who from Bellevue, Washington. She joined Developing Developers because she wanted to help other students like herself to explore the wonderful world of technology. She also loves to play the piano, learn new programming languages, volunteer, and try various blends of coffee.

Amanda Ruan - Marketing/Design

Amanda Ruan is a member of the Marketing and Design Team. She created one of the backgrounds for the Developing Developer’s website. She is a junior studying at Stuyvesant High School, with interests in computer science and graphic design. Her hobbies include listening to music, dancing for showcases, and drawing.

Isabelle - Marketing/Design and Operations

Isabelle has been studying Cyber security for the past 3 years and has a passion for coding and graphic design. Her goal is to inspire other women of color to code and join computer based fields.

Kenyetta - Marketing/Design

Kenyetta is a Tufts undergraduate student majoring in Engineering Psychology. Her prominent aspiration is to create sources to find international STEM jobs with language immersion to increase the development of technology all around. Also, one of her main hobbies is studying Japanese.

Mitali Mittal - Contest Development

I am a sophomore, and I am extremely interested in Math and Physics. I have been on a math team since Middle School, and I recently started learning to code.

Nicole

Meet Nicole! A grade 11 student from Ontario, passionate about breaking the stigmas that exist within STEM and the real world. Through Developing Developers, she hopes to help generate a safe space for womxn to flourish and express their talents. She is thrilled to be a part of this amazing team, and can’t wait to see what’s in store!

Gianna - Operations

Gianna is a high school junior taking up the International Baccalaureate (IB) program in the Philippines. She has been part of several organizations such as the Student Council, her school's newsletter, and more. She is very much passionate about leading others, organizing events, and giving back to the community. Outside school, she has a knack for volunteering, cooking, and learning more about life.

Our Collaborations

If your organization is interested in partnering with Developing Developers, please contact hello@ddevelopers.org!

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