Our Story

re.code’s core belief is that technology is the key to empowering marginalised communities. By equipping them with the right technical and soft skills, we help them open the door to opportunities in the digital economy. They not only improve their livelihoods and career prospects but become leaders in their communities.

Why Coding?

48% of Southeast Asian CIOs indicate that they are suffering from talent shortages.

Coders are not bound by their geographical constraints.

Malaysia estimates 15% growth ICT talent is required by 2020

Meet The Team

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Alex McFaull

Co-Founder

Alex holds a MBA with Distinction from INSEAD. He is a consultant with McKinsey & Company’s Southeast Asian practice where he works with regional leaders to develop digital businesses.

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Jeanne Makinadjian

Co-Founder

Jeanne holds a LL.M in International Humanitarian Law (Aix-Marseille). She is an international law advisor and refugee specialist with 4 years experience. She loves nothing more than good pasta and a good show.

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Sangya Kalia

Co-Founder

Sangya holds a MBA from INSEAD. She is a Product Manager with Amazon and has experience creating education content and teaching courses at General Assembly.

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Joel Lim

Lead Instructor

Joel has been coding ever since he remembered. He has 9 years of industry experience in Malaysia delivering education programmes through a partnership with Google and building tech for two start-ups from scratch. He likes a good deal as much as good food.

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Simon Horlick

Co-Instructor

Simon has a computer science and mathematics degree from the University of Manchester and 10 years industry experience developing products in the banking sector and for start-ups. He enjoys growing plants but struggles to keep them alive.

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Zachary Ng

Co-Instructor

Zac holds a Finance Degree with Distinction (UNSW) and had an unconventional career path to programming. He has 3 years’ experience building agile companies from scratch. He gets inspired by impossible ideas and his two cats.