I'm a mobile development consultant working in Brighton
Web developer at DueDil who loves coding (mostly front end web stuff). Have taught basic programming concepts to students while at University.
React dev at Hive
Developer at Photocrowd, working with Python, Django, HTML, CSS
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.
Hi, I had nice speech, but it didn't fit so here it is: https://gist.github.com/olvlvl/8bb76a23c5b43a3a54e43dfa1ddd6e25
Front-end developer and Emoji Grinch
Software Engineer at 8th Light.
Recent graduate of CodeClan!
I'm a software developer at 8th Light. We've worked with Codebar in London and we're excited to host the upcoming meetup in NYC.
Software development consultant and trainer
Helping people with whatever they want to learn.
I'm a Django dev
I've coded as an amateur and a student for more than 20 yrs. Went pro last year via WDI at GA. I want to be a part of a more inclusive, balanced work environment, and tweeting stuff probably isn't going to get me there. This has a better chance imo.
I'm a social coder who was educated as a software engineer but only develops these days in my spare time.
I want to work on my teaching ability. I've developed brochure sites for small to large companies using HTML/CSS/JS, worked on large scale React applications as well as designed UI/UX for startups.
Glasgow CodeClan alumni & coding for nearly a year. Work as a Research Associate (software developer) at UWS since January: front end development with a particular interest in accessibility. Previously STEM ambassador (physics), like to give back & teach.
I'd like to help out where I can. I'm a young(ish) white, male, native-english-speaking software engineer with 18 years of professional experience that would like this industry be a lot more diverse. Too many people in my field look like me :-)
I joined BBC News as a (mostly front-end) developer 7 months ago, after completing a coding bootcamp. I'd like to build confidence and cement my knowledge by trying to pass on learnings I've accrued to people earlier in their coding journey.
Hi! I work at Northcoders which is a coding bootcamp in Manchester. I love teaching code, but I do a bit less of that in my job now than I used to so hence signing up to coach at Codebar. I love code, yoga, reading, and learning foreign languages!
I would like to attend interesting talks about open-source software development
I'm full stack but I feel at home with Python.
I'm a CodeClan student really keen to help people who are maybe considering coming to CC or other begginer coders.
Having been a coach, mentor and educator for over 10 years I have a wealth of experience helping others achieve their goals. With my new found knowledge of best practice coding principles I feel that I can offer a lot to new coders
Help build peoples confidence in frontend languages and skills, something I been working with for many years.
Volunteer coaching, mentoring
I'm interested in helping out with teaching/training. I've previously helped out at Makers Academy and helped host an event for the Stemettes. http://stuartquin.com
Organiser of codebar Brighton. Developer at Built By Buffalo
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 am beginning a Front-End Web Development online course with Udacity and hope to get some support and mentorship through Codebar for some of my projects. I have taken some HTML/CSS and Python classes through Code First:Girls and Codecademy. Thank you!
I completed a degree in Mathematics 4 years ago. Right now I am working towards a career change, into software development. So far, I have been completing Codecademy's online courses in HTML & CSS, Python and Java. Just looking for the next step.
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.
I'd like to help others with Ruby and Java.
I'm a secondary school teacher... I love helping people code with more confidence... I am on the journey myself and I love learning...
I want to help people learn to code like coding bootcamps have done for me. I would like to share my experience and pass what I have learnt to others and also learn from others too.
Self taught software developer who loves learning new languages and writing clean code.
I'm a developer @ Squarespace currently with 9 years of professional experience. I've also been a part time bootcamp instructor for 4 years currently @ Thinkful. Committed to help.
i like writing code and talking to people
Working as a software developer for ~4 years, looking to help more women get into coding
I’m becoming a full stack developer, and am an active part of the Founders and Coders organisation.
I am a developer who likes learning and teaching. My favourite languages are c, c++ and... english.
I work as a software engineer as Android developer. I am eager to help other people and share my knowledge. I took part in one of the workshops as mentor and I have a very good experience from it.