// Mixpanel implementation The Mentoring Club - Olanrewaju Sule-balogun

Currently, work at SeamlessHR as a Senior Backend Developer. Very passionate Postman Supernova, ex Auth0 ambassador, and AWS community builder that loves to educate, help and unblock others. I love giving back to the community through talks and creating content on platforms like Freecodecamp and Medium with over 30 articles and 100k+ views. My articles cover a wide range of topics, like PHP, Laravel, JavaScript, Vue, Nuxt, SQL and more. He is also an ex-course author at Educative.io. In my spare time, I love to give back to the community by mentoring individuals in their early careers and also sharing tips with software engineers on how to become better at their craft.

My Mentoring Topics

  • APIs
  • Postman
  • Databases
  • IT-Career advice
  • Technical Writing
  • Design architecture
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Software Engineering
  • Software Architecture
  • Backend Development
  • Advancing OOP concepts
  • Team Structure and Work Methodologies
25.September 2022

Very Professional. I highly recommend booking a session with him.

17.September 2022

This session brought clarity to lots of my questions. It was really helpful. A big thank you to the mentor.

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