I'm filling this out in response to an email I received from Geraldo Ramos.
I currently spend a good chunk of my time answering programming questions on the #learnprogramming IRC channel, so this seems like it might be a natural extension of what I'm already doing for fun.
I've been programming for over 20 years (my github history reaches back to 1992, when I was in high school).
Before programming professionally, I worked as a reading tutor for elementary and middle school kids, and have always enjoyed teaching and mentoring.
One of my current projects is :
... which is a collection of automated test cases designed to guide students through developing the logic for a game like Tetris.
I currently make my living doing freelance work and running a (tiny) web hosting company, and HackHands seems like it would work pretty well with my schedule.
Anyway, I'm definitely interested in learning more and trying this out. Thanks for contacting me. :)