TSQER is a online competitive coding platform where coders can create or respond to a TSQ and gain the respect of their peers. Seyi Akin-Olugbemi, former writer for Techcrunch Europe, will give you a sneak preview into TSQER by creating and responding to a few TSQs.
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Seyi Akin-Olugbemi was a mini Seedcamp finalist and is currently working on TSQER, a web app that allows you to create and participate in programming contests with programmers, coders and hackers around the world in real time
Marcus Kirsch is a digital strategy consultant and creative technologist with over 14 years of experience in the design and digital industry. He has worked for research institutions, non-profit and commercial companies as well as digital art.