I found my development course to be extremely rewarding and so I would love to give something back especially to individuals who (like myself) don't fit the typical developer mould. I now work as an automation engineer & have won a hackathon.
I started my career in 2000 as a webmaster (aka jack of all trades!) programming in Perl, up to my most recent job as a CTO. I really enjoy helping people from all backgrounds understand technical concepts.
I'd like to help out people who are new to the field. I've been a developer for over 5 years. I used to run a fairly popular coding blog and lead the Java section at DZone.
I've never been there but I'm interested in being a coach. I have around 7 years of experience and I can help with java, ruby and js. Also some shell scripting, build/test, automation. Also, I can't speak Spanish =( Portuguese and English is fine.
Python AI and Embedded Programming, Embedded C, Linux Admin, Hardware Technical Support Engineer. Assist people at code bar with any hardware issues the may have or problems with Python or Embedded C
I’d like to teach code. I’ve worked as a senior developer at several companies. I’m also a qualified teacher and I’ve worked on my own educational start up.
Heard of this via a work colleague and happy to help out. Dabbled in various languages and used mainly C, bash, Python professionally, taught classes at universities/research centres and participated in Django Girls workshops in the past.
Hello! I've just finished a course at Makers Academy and would like to give something back to the community!