Our mentoring vision
Through our mentoring initiative, we'd like to enable the following capabilities.
- Foster personal and professional growth
- Knowledge sharing
- Transmission of values
- More meaningful open-source impact
Mentoring opportunities at Nasqueron
As an open-source software community, we are dedicated to supporting and guiding individuals
who are eager to learn and advance in their software development, free culture or open-source
Our mentoring program offers a unique opportunity for aspiring open source and free culture
contributors to connect with experienced mentors who are passionate about sharing their expertise.
Whether you are a student looking to gain practical experience or a professional seeking
to expand your skills, our mentors are here to guide and support you every step of the way.
Through our mentoring program, you will have access to a wealth of knowledge and resources.
Our mentors have extensive experience in various domains, including automation, system administration,
web development, system development and more. They will provide valuable insights, offer advice,
and help you navigate through real-world projects, allowing you to gain hands-on experience
and sharpen your technical skills.
We understand that each individual has unique goals and learning objectives. Our mentors will tailor
their guidance to suit your specific needs, providing personalized support and helping you develop
the necessary skills to excel in the world of software development. Whether you are interested
in a particular programming language, want to explore a specific project, or have questions about
software architecture, our mentors are here to assist you.
Tracks :: What would be the best mentoring fit?
Currently, we can provide meaningful mentoring in operations (think DevOps/SRE or systems engineer),
and in software development. There is a strong focus on infrastructure, automation and security.
Nasqueron uses an heterogeneous environment with FreeBSD and Linux systems, so we're pretty UNIX-agnostic,
and can help you to avoid to be Linux-centric.
We code in Rust, and we also code in PHP, like modern PHP with static analysis and types. We know C too.
Our operations infrastructure uses a lot of Python, a little dash of Go, some older TCL scripts.
There are also a few projects in Node.JS.
So what that says about us? That's mean we're pretty open in the field of languages and choose them by strength and
use cases, instead of dogmatic choices. That means we touch a complex technical stack and can help in
various aspects of an infrastructure.