About Martin BreussEver since studying abroad in New Zealand when I was 17, I wanted to pursue a career where I could travel. I believe that one of the most universally applicable and future-oriented skills that allows you to work from anywhere is computer programming. So after completing my university Biology degree in my home country of Austria, I began to self-study Python programming. Tapping into the versatility of Python, I co-founded two startups and worked on a wide range of projects—including natural language processing, web scraping, creating scripts to automate workflows, and building fun side projects on the web. Coming from a family of teachers, I’ve always enjoyed helping others learn. I transitioned into teaching Python, and spent more than 3 years working for Udacity as one of the company’s first code reviewers and classroom mentors. High-quality feedback is a topic near to my heart, because I consider it essential for learning and improving. In addition to my classroom work, I dedicated myself at Udacity to continuously improving feedback quality for students and fellow mentors. Teaching with CodingNomads gives me the chance to help others discover the thrill of exploring new countries and learning new topics both at the same time. I am excited to be by our students’ side to guide them through the ups and downs of this journey.
Martin Breuss2023-04-07T11:50:14-07:00Python Environment Variables: Set a Variable in BashMartin Breuss2023-04-07T11:50:14-07:00
Martin Breuss2023-04-07T11:54:16-07:00Python Project for Beginners: Guess-the-Number GameMartin Breuss2023-04-07T11:54:16-07:00