Codementor 2.0

Find developers for live programming help & freelance jobs

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Codementor is an online marketplace that finds you a developer for live programming help & freelance jobs. Connect with 10,000+ developers in real time.

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29 Reviews5.0/5

Codementor has gotten me through so many difficult challenges. I still think I have my first job as a software developer in significant part because I could still show progress with Codementor's help. I appreciate the code samples afterwards I can reference, and seeing the solutions unfold in real time collaboratively.

Pros:

Excellent developers and platform for learning how to solve tough problems

Cons:

There is an investment, but if used infrequently enough can still be profitable each month

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I started using CodeMentor thinking it would be something similar to PeoplePerHour or Upwork, but this actually works! It's quick from signup to first project, weekly payouts, and a good platform for direct communication and mentoring. I think I got my first student within 24 hours after starting to use the site and my first payment in a couple of days later.

There's some minor technical annoyances, and you need to manually make sure your students accept you starting a session (or you're mentoring for free) but other than that, I mostly have good things to say about Codementor.

Pros:

As a mentor, I get lots of possible tasks that are easy to accept and perform

Cons:

Some smaller technical issues

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It's unique because it helps in building lasting relationship between client and developer

Pros:

Quality clients

Quality developers

Cons:

Less long term clients

I begun using Codementor, when I was looking for a little bit of side-income in my field. It is a very fulfilling way to do so, by teaching and mentoring other developers in how React works. I can totally recommend it.

Pros:

I can easily connect with a lot of mentees and companies through their tool and I am able to help them with their problems

Cons:

Minor technical difficulties