learn to code
I'd like to help people get into writing code. I have a degree in computer science from UEA (1990) and am a director of a software company based in Norwich. I still have a love of coding and want to use some of my knowledge to assist others.
I'm a Lead Ruby Engineer 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
I would like to offer programming instruction to people who are interested to learn. I previously worked as a seasonal programming teacher for five years. My classes were generally with 7-12 year olds, though I instructed teenagers and adults also.
I'd like to practice teaching. I'm a developer for a several years and I had presented at meetups but I don't have much experience with teaching. I would also have a few words regarding the teaching materials, as jQuery in 2019 is a bit obsolete.
Web applications, APIs. Will be happy to help anyone with python or java projects.
An app using Flutter.Finished homework.
I'd like to help people get to grips with core programming concepts and computer science knowledge. I currently work as a software architect and lead a team of Python software engineers. I enjoy teaching and coaching and also volunteer at Django Girls .
I'm a coach and also look after recruitment / educational outreach at Pragmatic.
Frontend Developer & UI/UX Designer: with more than eight years experience, delivering delicate interfaces, I have a broad understanding of the open web technologies. Using agile methodologies as Scrum and following User-Centered Design guidelines.
I want to improve my tech skills and become a Software Dev - not long ago I was part of Code First Girls course and I'm also an eager self-learner! I am preparing to get into a Coding Bootcamp and I’d like to work more in my coding challenges at codebar!
I want to help
I'm self-taught, and have worked professionally as a software engineer for 7 years, focusing on iOS most recently, but a mix of a lot of things in the past. I'd like to help others get into software!
I like to work on all parts of the stack, but I’ve been especially excited about graphql APIs, typescript, and react lately
Help out other people learning to code
Technical lead at a startup looking to help the local dev community. (c#, azure, python, SQL)
I've been writing code, designing websites and building things since I was 13 years old. I like helping others and sharing my knowledge to help others better their skills, and achieve their goals.
I want to develop coding skills and I want to eventually get a job in software development.
I want to learn how to code, I consider myself a beginner.
Happiest when I'm coding, reading, or being active outdoors. Core tech stack includes React/Redux, Node/Express, and SQL/noSQL databases. My best work manifests when I'm working to expand the cause of a mission-driven company.
I'm enthusiastic about teaching others to code. To this end I run a website (www.softwarecoach.co) that teaches software engineering from the ground up. I'd like to try and teach others in person.
Collectivity, my open source project
I've been an independent web developer for many years, switched to low-level C/C++ recently, and I'm really interested in sharing my passion for software engineering.
Previously worked in education with Microsoft Education UK links where I ran a tech club at my school for 3 years. Since then have been volunteering at Step Into Tech for 18 months, running code and design workshops for students. Volunteered at Untangled.
I'm a Software Engineer for Netsuite, have been working as a developer for 6 years now and I believe that making people comfortable in whatever environment they're in is one of the most important aspects of social interactions as human beings.
New front end software developer. I've volunteered at other similar learning environments such as CoderDojo and myself was a teacher in the past. I'd like to promote a positive environment and help explain topics in a clear, easy-to-understand way.
Looking for an opportunity to give back to the community and help inspire new developers!
I want to improve my teaching and communication skills and meet new people. I am a frontend developer for 4 years.
I have been studying web development and programming for a few years and I am interested in helping others learn valuable skills. I have built several web applications and would like to give back to the community through coaching.
Hi. I am a Software Engineer at Accenture. Most of my work revolves around web development. I went to a bootcamp called App Academy few years back and has been working on web technologies since then.
Developer, devops, sysadmin and data engineer with about 15 years in industry. Curious and likes to break things.
I work as a programmer and my office is hosting a workshop so thought I would give it a go.
Mainly Android dev. i love teaching. I can help in java, kotlin, js, node, flutter, and maybe something else
I would like to help teach code in Houston. I have been a developer for past 7 or so years. I have mostly done Android work professionally, but recently have been doing some Node.JS and Flutter work. I did teach code in Austin also.
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!
I'm happy to help coach web development/product management. I taught several web courses in my university and last year at a summer camp for high schoolers in Palestine. I also worked as a product manager at Google for 3.5 years.
I'm currently doing Founders and Coders and would like to have an extra chance to learn!
I want to help people deeply understand software development. I've worked with many languages and paradigms, in a lot of different environments, with very different clients, industries and targets. I went far and wide to expand and share my knowledge.