Hi! I'm Giuseppe, and I'm a Software Engineer at Pivotal. I'm Italian but I've been living in London since 2015 :) I love to coach on any topic I'm familiar with but I'm particularly interested in software design, refactoring and testing.
I'm an FP evangelist, so I'd like to practice my mentor skills.
I am interested to sign up as a coach, having taught w/ similar initiatives like Code First: Girls. I remember how tricky it felt when I first started learning to code, now that I know a bit more about coding myself, I'd like to help others to do the same
Studied philosophy at university, self-taught software engineer, currently working for Heroku, a Salesforce company. I enjoy helping people reach their potential, and giving back to that which has given me so much.
I am commercial developer looking to help with some coaching.
At codebar, I would like to help teach both Python and Git. I use both daily as a Data Scientist at Cargo, and want to help bridge the gender and diversity gap in tech. Previously, I served as a Diversity Peer Advisor and conducted physics research.
Hi, I'm a data scientist working at a startup. I've been in industry for just over 2 years. Primarily work with Python, some experience with DBs. I really enjoy teaching and I'd love for others to benefit from what I've learned :)
Looking to mentor aspiring developer. Currently startup CTO.
I'm an experienced developer working in Perl. I've been training junior developers for the last ten years. I do open source and speak at OSS conferences (mostly about mentoring).
I’m a dev that changed career from physics and maths teacher to software, and appreciate the struggle it entails, intellectually, energetically and emotionally. I’d like to support others in their journey.
I have only participated as a coach once at one of the codebars hosted at Google a while ago. Going to the Code First: Girls course was really important in my career journey and now it is time for me to give back to the community. Looking forward to this!
Hiya coders! I'm a C# developer with experience in the financial services industry. I was bootcamp-trained at Sparta Global and used to be a student at Codebar. I can help you with .Net Core, Vue, testing, interview preparation, CV tips, and more :->
I want to grow my skills as a polyglot engineer. I currently work on a cloud based SaaS focused on python, java and have experience with Linux servers. I want to grow my skills as an engineer by teaching what I know and learning what I don't.
I program in Erlang by day, and in Emacs Lisp by night. I look forward to helping people learn more about programming.
Front end developer.
I want to help people to learn how to code. I work as a front-end/dev-ops developer in London.
I'm a full-stack developer and team lead at Epimorphics. My team focuses on building web applications for data management and data visualisation. I've heard about the great work that Codebar is doing, and am happy to help if I can.
I would just like to introduce people and get them interested in coding. I am comfortable and have used Python significantly in several projects, and have used MatLab, C++ and Golang to a lesser degree over the past few years.
I'm a Data Engineer at FanDuel, I saw a call for CodeBar mentors on our internal mailing list and thought it was a worthwhile thing to do. I work on projects in Python and SQL and in the past I've written things in Java and a game for Nintendo DS in C++.
Heya, i'd love to become a coach at codebar. I currently work for OpenMarket and jumped at this opportunity. I've been a developer for two years and often just find myself surrounded by people who 'wish they did what i do' so i'd like to make it happen!
Software Engineer at BBC World Service & CodeClan alumnus. Best at JS (React), CSS/HTML & design, although I love thinking through any problem! The work Codebar is doing to create greater opportunities to learn to code is super important!
I'm an Engineering Manager based in Edinburgh. Previously I have also been a Teaching Assistant at a university where I realised I like helping people out when I can. I also held ruby tutorials to my co-workers as well.