Kim
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Community Builder 🛠️

Passionate developer in Montreal

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Community Engineer

Currently working at Auth0 as a Community Engineer where I get to interact with developers around the world to help facilitate the integration of our product with theirs. My team and I help solve technical issues they experience and most importantly we get to help build, grow and maintain a healthy community for these developers.

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Mobile Developer

I enjoy diving into the mobile space on my free time. I currently co-organize the Montreal Mobile Developer group in Montreal along with three other amazing co-organizers.

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Entrepeneur

Since I was young, I loved disassembling electronics and solving puzzles. Technology is much more than a passion for me. I have a natural need to create, imagine, and build. My mission is to enable others to embrace uncertainty since there is no linear path to success. To create their own path, their own opportunities, and their own success.

Speaking Engagements

Upcoming

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API City

Tokens, applications, security, oh my!

BREMERTON WA, USA | October, 2018

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Caribbean Developers Conference

Working in a Distributed Team

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic | October, 2018

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GitHub Constellation

Installing Foundations for Developer Communities

Toronto, Canada | June, 2018

ConUHacks III

Intro to Git & GitHub (workshop)

Montreal, Canada | January, 2018

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Montreal Mobile .NET Developer Group

Mastering Git

Montreal, Canada | November, 2017

Col 4.0

Working in a Distributed Team
Trabajar con un equipo de personas de forma remota

Bogotá, Colombia | September, 2017

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Col 4.0

Introduction to Git & GitHub
Introducción a Git & GitHub

Bogotá, Colombia | September, 2017

HackCon V

More than a One Hit Wonder

Philadephia, USA | August, 2017

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Blog


  • My first experience as an International Speaker

    Colombia 4.0 is one of the largest digital content summits in Latin American. This year there were 246 speakers from 26 different countries, and hey guess what! I was one of those little conferencistas from Canada 🙂


    All things VS Code: A Series of blog posts

    7 days of VS Code! Run through 7 blog posts that covers how VS Code works, how to navigate and customize, and ultimately how to extend the editor and build your first VS Code extension.

See more blog posts at: blog.kim.codes

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