I am a 20-year-old orienteer and software developer from Borås, Sweden who enjoy solving problems, learning and constantly challenging my abilities. Another thing I really love is to share my knowledge and help others. For example, I've helped fellow learners from the fantastic open source community freeCodeCamp by mainly asking guiding questions or pair programming to allow the learner to get as much value as possible out of each challenge. I've also found this to be very worthwhile since they also teach me a lot in the process.
When working with others, I like to think about the bigger picture and help several members of the team achieve more rather than just completing my own task. This is partly because I enjoy watching others get more confident with their skills, but mainly because the easiest way to provide great value to a team is to help several others perform better. Some may define a good software developer as someone who is productive on their own. I would rather say a good developer is someone who help others become good developers.
Another big part of my life is orienteering, a sport that provides challenging problem solving as well as good excercise and sometimes even adventures! I practice almost on a daily basis and regularly compete at a national level.