I've been a freelance developer & designer for 10 years, I focus on creative coding projects involving visuals, audio, interactive experiences & data visualisation. I enjoy teaching people creative skills so figured I'd try this!
I am a career changer, I don't know much but I would want to be part of codebar 'cause starting one thing that helped me the most was knowing I was not alone, it can be very scary at the beginning. we learn the most through teaching/helping others.
Happy to help out, Cambridge CompSci graduate with 10+ years professional software development experience. Web development, CAD software, 3D graphics, geometry.
I've just recently graduated from a local coding bootcamp (Northcoders Manchester) and I'm looking to embed the knowledge I've picked up by coaching others, helping them overcome problems I've experienced and new ones.
I love teaching. I have taught over 30 classes in software development and hardware in my undergrad years. And I am keeping it up with becoming a TA at my grad school, tutoring ~80 people on building a modern and sophisticated website.
I want to help people learn to code!
I’m a front-end developer and designer with a passion for web standards, layout, typography and graphics. I believe that anyone and everyone should be able to code and that building sites should be easy and fun.
Mentors and coaching have helped me tremendously in my career. I'm a DevOps engineer who has worked on and built Python tools and apps. I'd like to give back to people outside my usual circles.
I’ve been working on frontend and backend (web), mobile app development for five years and instructing React Native trainings. Recently I started working as a user interface designer which has been quite fun. Happy to talk about all of those!
Engineering manager with a long history in software development (mostly web tech, a few apps), now Head of SRE at Cloudreach - happy to help in any way I can with technical or non-technical advice / mentoring!
I'm interested in learning how to code and have had a recommendation from a friend to try out codebar!
I am a student applied computer science with specialisation programming in Java and C# however I can do Angular, CSS, HTML, ... aswell so hopefully I can teach some people a little more
I'm a developer mainly working with EE. Mostly a backend dev but sometimes call my self a "full stack" since I got the basics of HTML/CSS/Browser js down, just not very good at making things pretty. Enjoy explaining things as I learn more in the process.
I'm tying to polish my web-dev skills, primarily trying to improve my css, react, and d3 skills. I am an entrepreneur and a hobbyist programmer. I would also love to help to mentor in order to give back to the community.
I am a self-taught Software Developer, with almost 3 years experience developing. I specializes in Web and Android Development, currently focusing on Front-End Development and aspiring to be a Full-Stack Developer. https://feyagape.github.io/
Interested in coaching others. I have worked as software engineer using Python and .NET
Looking to help others learn the fun of programming
I've done a few courses online about HTML, CSS, jQuery and more recently Ruby. Very much at the beginning of the journey but very keen to learn more!
I can help people with some Python, Ruby, and general programming principles questions if that'd be helpful.
I am a software engineer with almost 5 years experience in C#, backend (C#, MS SQL heavily involved) and frontend with web-based apps (HTML, JS involved). Also a certified SCRUM Master. I would be happy to assist others in similar technologies.
Taught basic HTML authoring. Coded in Php for at least a decade.
I am working as a software engineer after an intensive course at codeclan, the main stack on the company I am working at is Python and AWS.
I spent ~5 years working with C#, SQL and Java but have now moved into more of a management role. Looking to get more involved in the tech side of things again!
There is so much to learn from everyone. I can't wait to meet fellow developers from all paths of life. I'd love to teach people about web freelancing, self-teaching and adapting to this ever-changing tech environment.
Python- Currently Data at GitLab (R, Python, SQL)
I'm relatively new to programming (2–3 years), but I've already seen how collaboration is far more valuable than any technical skills applied in isolation.
Full stack developer who has a graphic design background and she decided to learn about web development so she started with being a self taught and then she enrolled in the immersive software engineering bootcamp at Flatiron School.
I am an experimental physicist whose software work is mainly in c++, but also heavily use python. I would be interested in helping with workshops on python / linux / git / embedded programming. Would also be interested in helping develop a c++ tutorial.
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.
My colleague Danielle Vass volunteers with Codebar and mentioned that NYC sometimes has trouble getting enough coaches. I'm a software engineer @ Facebook in NYC, and am interested in learning more.
I've been programming for about 7 years now, using various languages and technologies. Currently I work for Alces Software (alces-software.com). I'd like to help out teaching people and sharing what I know :).
I've been teaching 500+ people to learn programming in Uni Turku, Rails Girls, Django Girls, Boost Summer of Programming, mehackit and Koodimentori.fi courses/workshops. I currently work as a developer at Futurice.
Freelance front end web developer in Brighton.
I am looking to coach, I have a background in embedded and web(backend) technology.
Full stack web developer, teacher, tutor, coach, mentor.
I've been working solo for a while in learning react js and creating web and mobile applications and would love to delve into the world of ios app development!