I am a senior software engineer at Capgemini in Wrocław. Currently working in a scrum team where I am a full stack dev playing with in Java and Angular technologies. I'm passionate about sharing my IT knowledge mostly as Carrots Foundation and company's Craftmanship community member. I'm a coorganizer and trainer during local workshops. Beside programming I take photos, do yoga and experiment in the kitchen (mostly successful :))
Teaching others is a great way of learning new skills. That knows almost everyone. But still we do not use this opportunity. We don't have time for it, we are afraid of speaking in public or we do not feel good enough to teach others. So how about starting with teaching children? You teach them basics, so you definitely have the skills needed and this is an empathic audience so no worries you will fail. I've tried this and now I would like to tell you why it is so good! And what experiences I gained which I wouldn't get teaching adults. And, of course, how to do this and how it looks like.