Preferred languages are JS & Python (Html, css), frameworks: React & Ember JS. Work wise I am a front end developer in cyber security. In my free time I focus on Ember JS open source projects, and projects that are focus on climate change or politics
I'm a Googler.
Recent graduate of Makers Academy, and now an Associate Software Engineer at Just Eat Takeaway! I would love the opportunity to help make coding more accessible to other women and minority groups - especially given my non-technical background.
I have worked in mobile for most of my career, 2 years as an IT Trainer and some time as FullStack dev.
I'm Head of Teaching at Boolean UK, we're sponsoring tonight's event and I am going to stay on for the event as a coach after our intro
I've mainly got experience in web development with the MERN stack, and now have secured my first job in tech as a junior software engineer with Novatec in Berlin. Although I don't consider myself an expert, I'm friendly and good at explaining concepts!
I'd like to help students learn web development, I've been doing it for the last 10 years (ish)
Working a developer after attending codebar and Founder & Coders last year, excited to help coach others learning to code.
Codebar Brighton organising team. Computer Science degree in 92. Teaching for 25 years (maths and, more recently, computing). Retraining in data science.
I program in Erlang by day, and in Emacs Lisp by night. I look forward to helping people learn more about programming.
Attended uncodebar in October. I'd like to help others learn python and encourage diversity in the tech community. I particularly enjoy open source projects relating to data mining.
I like coaching and want to get better at it. I did a Computer Science & Maths degree as a mature student and since graduating I've worked as an Android developer at SwiftKey for two years and as a Software Engineer at Google for four years.
I have graduated from Makers (previously Makers Academy) in March 2018. I currently work as a frontend developer at a startup company Wayhome and would like to help others to get their coding skills polished.
Self-learner Python and Django. March 2020 graduated Ironhack Web Development bootcamp (JS, React, Express, Node, MongoDB, Heroku).
I'm an FP evangelist, so I'd like to practice my mentor skills.
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'm a Front-End Software Engineer. I'm from Spain, where I studied Computer Science and when I finished, after working a year there I decided to come to London to learn some English and work in better places. I've been living here since 2012
Front end dev with 15+ years experience, having begun as a LAMP developer. Despite many recruitment initiatives our industry is still male-dominated, this needs to change. I am also a qualified workplace trainer and Scrum Master.
I am a software engineer focusing mainly on the backend - .Net technologies and cloud implementations on Microsoft Azure.
I have experience leading a team of developers at a digital agency and been coding for about a year. Most recent app was a smart store that uses facial recognition for login and customises user journey based on facial data.
I used to give private lessons in programming for 1st year Business students who had a compulsory programming module that was difficult to pass, it was a fun way to practice. CYF: https://codeyourfuture.io/blog/volunteer-stories/volunteer-stories-atanas/
Work back and front end. Was a teacher for 13 years and been a professional developer for a few years now.
I’m a full-stack dev based in Berlin. I changed my career from Business to software & enjoy the struggle that comes with it -- intellectually, energetically & emotionally. I'm here to support others in their journey. Anything MERN stack is my favourite!
I would like to work on my hobby projects and improve my understanding of programming concepts.
Hi! I'm Juan from Argentina, now working at Oracle in Barcelona, I used to dictate some courses back in Argentina (OOP Fundamentals, Angular, Design Patterns) and I really enjoy helping others and see them grow in their path!
Learned tech via CodeClan's Professional Software Development Course. Learned life over many years and so would like to give something back & help out students taking their first steps in tech!
I want to coach! I have been writing software professionally since 2013, and as an amateur for 25 years before that. I'm currently working in C# (with heavy reliance on the functional library language-ext) but my strongest language is probably Python.
I'm a Berlin based software engineer. I have been working as a professional developer for ~5 years now. I am self taught and queer and I would love to help others get started with software development, for both fun and profit :) :)