💻 Creator Interviews

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Pat Walls

Pat Walls takes you on a journey providing insight into his rise from career jumper to a seasoned creator within the maker industry. From not feeling challenged to creating tech challenges for the community, he's taken a passion for quick learn coding and shared it with the world.

Ethan The Maker

Ethan has already begun to make big splashes in the maker community, and at 15 is proving to be a force to be reckoned with. Here, he talks about why he won't be slowing down any time soon as a keen product creator, and how to ensure productivity that can take you to the top.

Steph Smith

A big supporter of females in the maker industry, Steph is using her experience to create products that she wasn't able to previously and has used her drive and passion to turn the community on it's head with products that are hitting the top on ProductHunt. Here she shares how a can do attitude is the key ingredient to becoming a successful maker.

Marie Denis

Embracing the opportunities that the female tech industry has to offer, Marie is a dominant figure in the movement of female makers and uses her experience and learning to provide you with insight into what it means to be a creator in a diverse and continuously evolving industry.

Bjorn Schijff

From the moment his father introduced him to programming at the tender age of six, Bjorn has grown up with a continuous passion for the industry, and sees every opportunity as the piece of a puzzle that needs to be completed. Beginning with a 'Just Start' attitude, Bjorn shares how positivity can be the key to your success.

Guillaume Bardet

Bringing passions together can be fundamental to success and Guillaume shares how his love for music and programming has allowed for him to continuously express himself in an ever changing industry. With an agency to run and a continued desire to keep learning he is proof that sometimes the best music comes from your passions.

Noemi Stauffer

Appreciating your community can make you unstoppable, and stepping into the tech industry Noemi ensured that her growth came from immersing herself with other creators. Using business acumen, she shares how it's never too late to walk away from something that doesn't give you joy and turn it into something you love.

Veni Kunche

Throwing yourself in at the deep end can always be a risk, and Veni can tell you from experience that sometimes it's the best way to succeed. Learning from your mistakes can build you up personally and Veni has used her experience to embrace change and evolve within the landscape. Now she shares how personal evolution can make you a tour-de-force creator.

Leonardo Bighi

By looking forward at what can be achieved, Leonardo has never looked back since he began his career in programming at the age of 17. Whilst there have been setbacks he has never let that stop him and he has re-ignited his passion for building on his own terms. But what makes him a real tour-de-force is his passion for knowledge outside of programming which he shares here, showing that if you love what you do, the opportunities are endless.

Danielle Johnson

Seeing the world can be good for the soul, and Danielle has ensured that whilst she travels with her beloved she can share her passion and love for the creator's community. Never staying in one place for too long, she is living proof that you can take your love for creating and set yourself up anywhere on this beautiful planet. With a bumpy start into the industry, Danielle realised that with determination she could succeed and provides beautiful insight into what made her pick the life of a maker.

Ryzal Yusoff

Looking for opportunities has always been a strong character trait in Ryzal, and even when rejection could have kicked him; he persevered ensuring that he his love for computing and programming came out on top. Moving halfway across the world to chase his dreams, he now continues to prove that by starting from scratch you can find success if you utilise the right resources and the right mind set for what you want to get out of your creator career.

Johnny Boufarhat

Keeping your vision and goal in mind is a key message that Johnny shares, knowing that whether it relates to your products or even to your life - there is an end result worth fighting for if you allow yourself to share. Sometimes your main passions can overshadow the purpose of what you are trying to achieve, but Johnny shows that you can have the best of both worls if you are motivated.

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Sarah Jackson

As a kid of the 80's, Sarah has had the opportunity to build from a young age, using a passion for computer games to learn computer languages. Fast forward 30 years, and Sarah's keen eye for problem solving has paved the way for her to become a key asset to those in need, but when facing her own issues has given her the power to take control and become a self proclaimed builder and maker.

Hari Krishna

It the was the millenium when Hari was first introduced to the world of programming. Now almost 20 years later he is continuing to work to pursue his passion. With a strong belief that code can shape and change the world around you and that you are only limited by your own imagination.

Andrew Askins

Knowing what motivates and inspires you is key to your success, something which Andrew Askin has proven is a winning formula when road-mapping a career that has taken him down a number of paths but ultimately led him to his company Krit which continues to thrive with each passing year. As he continues to climb with established knowledge of where he intends to go, he proves that knowing your own mind can ultimately provide you with both professional and personal happiness.

Benjamin Spak

Benjamin has always looked at the world knowing that hard work and experience can only be defined by your willingness to learn and apply yourself before taking the next step. With a wealth of experience behind him he presents the reality of what it can take to be successful and what can happen once you take your knowledge building to the next level. From Myspace to the #301DaysofCode challenge his presence within the community has allowed for him to learn, share and educate, which makes him a force to be reckoned with as the community expands.

Jess Wallace

Life can sometimes take you on an unexpected journey and as the creator of Coderstory; Jess is a living example of what can happen when life surprises you. As she begins a new chapter in her life with Coderstory she shares why she was ready to bring a platform to life that would educate others, whilst still learning and embracing a community that welcomed her with open eyes. Never one to sit still, she's ready to grow and expand, sharing her passion to bring change to the world one platform at a time.

Jet Holt

Starting in his garden shed, Jet's imagination would take him from creating swords and crossbows and transform him into the programming traveller that he is today, out seeing the world and using his love for coding to share his travels with everyone. Embracing every opportunity to not just learn, but learn from his failures; Jet provides a thorough insight into what it means to be an enthusiastic coder in an ever changing community and how he intends to keep going no matter where in the world he is.

Omar Rasool

Sometimes you can lose your passion, and when you take time away; breathing space can make your perspective change. For Omar, taking time to see the world re-lit the fire he needed to take back control of his love for technology and embrace his skills in accordance with his own rules. His outlook is refreshing as he looks to climb every steep hill and continue his development to become a maker continuously bringing a splash of colour to the world around him.

Wilbert Liu

Finding the correlation between two things can be difficult for anyone to understand but Wilbert made sure that any misunderstandings he had were key to building his character as his love for computer science grew. Although there have been walls for him to break down on his journey as a programmer, he has used his experiences to turn him into a dynamic and thoughtful maker who's advice is to master your fundamental's first and use collaboration as a dynamic tool to allow you to grow as a maker.