Hello! I love the idea of this group, and I would like to join you as a coach. I am a programmer and have more than 3 years of professional working experience. I have a lot of experience in web development and some experience in hybrid mobile application
I work at CodeClan as an instructor, taking students from little to no programming knowledge to their first job in 16 weeks. I have experience teaching Ruby, Java and JS, mainly in terms of web dev. We also teach some frameworks at the end of the course.
I'm very passionate about increasing diversity/inclusivity in tech!
Professional developer with 20 years experience
I am a developer and technology director at Work & Co and I would love to contribute as a coach and help with technical training and career development.
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.
Developer at The National Archives.
Fell in love with the pure creativity of code and switched to the #000 side. Combine client-facing skills and user advocacy along with love of making. Currently contracting on React/Node.js projects and looking for a role that combines client-facing skill
I'd like to be a coach!
Junior web developer keen to help more people gain these exciting skills!
Web developer/designer at New Bamboo.
I am a front end developer.
Software engineer at Google; I'm a generalist with a lean towards back-end systems, but I can also help with basic front-end and scripting languages. I ♥ Python! (and there's lots of love for other languages too)
I'm a Ruby on Rails developer working at unboxed.co. I'm interested in coaching people and helping them develop their skills.
I work at CodeClan, a coding bootcamp in Edinburgh, and love helping other learn to code.
I'm from the UK but now live and work in Helsinki. I used to be a scientist (mathematical and computational epidemiology) but now work for a software consultancy, focussing mainly on data science and code quality analysis.
I'm a Django dev
I have 12 years of professional software dev experience, and for the past 3 years I've been organising JSOxford and OxRUG community events and running full-day workshops for novices & experts. I'm keen to teach, and help out wherever my skills are needed.
For the last 3 years I've run http://summerofhacks.io/ (4 full day events from hack days to workshops). Last year we ran a Railsbridge event, similar to codebar, for women only. I also coached at CoderDojo for 6 months.
i'm a mentor at a coding school and would like to help out with workshops in berlin
I am a freelance web developer. In my spare time you'll probably find me cycling, bouldering or snowboarding.
I am a software developer with an industry experience of 5+ years. I am primarily focussed on JAVA but I use NodeJS, JS, HTML, CS, Mongo and other cool toys when I am doing any sort of personal or open-source projects.
I am a JS / Swift Developer. Previously ran a coding working startup in NZ / UK, so have a deep passion for teaching people how to program at all levels (6-70). Currently building sparedesk.co. I have been involved in a number of diversity organisations.
I just graduated from the Founders & Coders bootcamp, and also just mentored the next cohort for a week. I want to keep teaching and helping people who are learning to code. I have lots of HTML/CSS experience, and a reasonable amount of React.
I'm about a year into my tech career and I have gained a lot from this life change. I'd like to help give back and make sure others have the opportunities to succeed that I had!
I want to be a coach, or at least come along and find out if I want to coach. I volunteered to coach 7-11 year olds via codeclub in New Zealand. Now I'm employed at Pivotal London and I'm not free to coach school children during the day.
Learn how to design beautiful interactive websites. Recently have undertaken a CodeFirst:Girls course in Advanced Ruby which took place at level39 in Canary Wharf over 8 week period. Having finished now, I would like to further develop my Ruby skills.
cis white queer male. I want to share knowledge, nurture diverse voices and encourage compassionate, critical problem-solving. I'm an ex-GA TA and a mainly-backend web engineer.
I'm a Teaching Assistant at CodeClan and completed CodeClan's 16 week course.
Having recently gone from knowing nothing about code to landing a front end developer job I know how hard this journey can be and hope to help others achieve their own goals.
I am interested in coaching. I work at notonthehighstreet as a ruby and frontend developer
I'm interested in frontend development and design, specifically performance, accessibility, design systems etc
Currently I spend most of my time in the high performance data analysis and visualisation space, mostly maritime geospatial, but also moonlight in a ton of different areas including web dev and arduino programming.