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Level1 Techs, LLC
The name Level1 is a bit tongue-in-cheek. It’s meant to be a bit funny. To someone that doesn’t work in the tech industry, Level1 sounds good. To insiders, the Level 1’s are the entry-level folks – the lower tier helpers. At one time or another, we were all Level1; we all had to start somewhere. Our aim for our channel and our community is to be that ‘somewhere’ for a new generation of nerds. We aim to bring together both technology enthusiasts and professionals to accomplish more using our collective minds, skills and resources. Whether you want to optimize your gaming experience, improve your programming skills, learn to design a website or even just live vicariously through others posts about their projects, everyone is welcome to help us grow the community.
I'm a trans girl programming hobbyist. I wrote and now maintain the tumblr theme Vision and I'm the most active member of the New XKit dev team.
With the help of some friends I made the live coding system TidalCycles, now used in music studios and algoraves around the world. Tidal is free/open source software, available to all, and will always stay that way. I work part-time, so I can live the dream working on making Tidal great for the other half, but (aside from performances and workshops) ko-fi donations are my only income for this work. You can literally help make this Tidal dev go faster by sending me a cup of caffeine on a one-off or regular basis. I'm hoping to get enough support to not only spend it on coffee but also necessary food and technology. Thanks very much!
Science communicator, data quality officer, programmer. I write science, tech, LGBT* and feminism on sites like Buzzfeed, The Inquirer, Gadgette, Tech Radar, and UsVsTh3m. @GeneticJen on Twitter.
Hi, my name is Tania Rascia. I write free resources that have helped thousands of people successfully transition into a web development career. I've turned down every advertiser, sponsored post, and affiliate who has contacted me. My commitment is to no bullshit, no sponsored posts, no ads, and no paywalls. If you enjoy my content, please consider supporting what I do.
A community developer who lives in Australia. A bit of a tinkerer, data miner, and an advocate of seeing more games with APIs. Also a GBX Community Badass.
Grovkillen & TD-er
Our names are Grovkillen & TD-er and we're the core team behind ESP Easy (an open source firmware initiative for the microprocessors ESP82XX and ESP32). The idea that we have is to be able to quit our daytime job. Grovkillen as a Standards Engineer at the company Senseair, part of Asahi Kasei. TD-er as a Software Engineer at the company KxA Data Solutions.
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