Hello. I am interested in coaching. I used to couch in several organisations I worked for and I would like to do my 2cents on reducing gap between students and learning. I run in the past nodeschools in Uruguay, including the translation of exercises.
I've been teaching 500+ people to learn programming in Uni Turku, Aalto University, Rails Girls, Django Girls, Boost Summer of Programming, mehackit, codebar and Koodimentori courses/workshops. I currently work as a developer advocate at Futurice.
I would like to help and encourage other women and lgbt people of all ages to learn to code. I have worked as a developer for 2 years now after doing a bootcamp. And one day I would like to work in a team where I'm not the odd one out!
I'm a software engineer from Edinburgh. I currently work mostly with TypeScript and C#, but have experience with lots of different technologies
I would love to provide coding knowledge to others and contribute to growing the coding community :)
I have only participated as a coach once at one of the codebars hosted at Google a while ago. Going to the Code First: Girls course was really important in my career journey and now it is time for me to give back to the community. Looking forward to this!
I'd like to volunteer. I have personal experience with js, python, aws, and professional experience as a web dev with js, c#, azure, .net alongside html/css etc.
I am a data scientist mainly working in Python. I have been in the industry almost 2 years and previously did a PhD in Physics.
Node/React engineer, some experience in Laravel/PHP
I've been coding since the ZX81 was out and for the past 10 years run my own web dev business. I designed and built UltraBritain which is an events registration and ticketing service which is my main project
skills: php JS html css
A Rubyist and JS programmer currently specialising in front-end development. West London Coders co-organiser.
I want to do something concrete to support minorities. I know programming well so this seems like a natural way be a better ally.
SRE/Devops at Supermetrics. I have been working in the software development area for over a decade. Would love to help people getting to know software and programming too.
skills: gcp AWS kubernetes devops docker python Git java
I've a dev and I work for the government. I write mostly in Python
skills: sqlalchemy Flask python SQL
Senior full-stack working as a Technical lead focusing on JS/AWS & the bigger picture. Love meeting new people and have lots of mentoring experience in commercial settings.
Volunteered as a coach. I am a veteran software dev and coding enthusiast.
skills: Agile Practice Agile Coach Refactoring C/C++ algorithms python c# java
Full-stack software engineer at the BBC, working on internal web applications. Love working with React and passionate about accessibility.
Would love to help people with their Python and frontend problems/questions! I have not participated in this event before, but as soon as I read the description I just knew this was something I wanted to be part of!
skills: vue.js backend java script node Flask frontend python TypeScript
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'm currently a Software Engineer at Farewill, working primarily with React, TypeScript, and Node.js. I'm also very comfortable with Ruby/Rails projects, having spent the past few years as a Senior Engineer on several different Ruby projects.
I am a passionate individual and I always been very interested in the tech world. In 2020 I decided to focus on this passion and after a couple of months, I already see a lot of improvement.
I'm a qualified IAAP accessibility specialist working at dxw with over ten years industry experience in web development. I care about user experience design and making the web a much nicer, accessible place for everyone.
I really enjoy mentoring people who are learning to code and talking to them about their projects. I currently work as a full-stack web developer at WhiteHat. Previously I had an academic career, including a fair amount of university teaching experience.
I currently work as a back-end developer. Learning to code was one of the best things I've ever done: I love it and it allowed me to get a job I truly enjoy. I'd love to help others do the same.
skills: serverless AWS node.js JS TypeScript html css
I'm a 27 year old full stack web dev, working and living in London. I'd like to help others learn to code, and learn to love coding.
I want to give a little back. In the past, I have helped organise the Golang meetup. I am a software engineer and co-founder at/of Tumelo.
I've been a developer for a little while now, after taking a conversion via Makers Academy
I have been a software developer for more than fifteen years and have mentored a number of junior developers in that time. I am very interested in improving diversity and inclusion in the tech industry, which draws me to codebar.
I'm mostly a Python/Django developer, with terrible web design skills. Most of my laptop stickers are activism.
skills: django Flask SPARQL docker python agile
A recovering public accountant turned software developer. Recently completed a 17-week immersive coding bootcamp and looking to give back to the community.
I'm very passionate about increasing diversity/inclusivity in tech!
Senior developer, working building better government services. I got a lot of help when starting out as a dev, keen to pay it back and ensure diversity in our community.
skills: rails React Git ruby html css
skills: Dart JS Redux AngularDart nodejs C/C++ algorithms Datastructures Go React python Git html css java
I love to share knowledge and enthusiasm for programming. I started out as a Java developer in clinical software, then started developing Android and iOS Apps for clients and startups. I am currently using Kotlin in the financial sector.
skills: Android iOS Swift python SQL kotlin java
Hi there, I've been a Ruby on Rails/JS developer since 2014, and I'm always trying to learn as much as possible. I like teaching others what I know and helping them :)
I program in Erlang by day, and in Emacs Lisp by night. I look forward to helping people learn more about programming.
I would like to give some coding workshops. I have never done it before but I think I have to start from somewhere.
skills: c c++ career living abroad Computer Graphics Game Development Coding Interviews Go
I am a Software Developer at Supermetrics. I have 3-year experience doing front-end stuff. Skills: HTML, CSS, JS, TS, React, Bootstrap, Git etc.
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
Codebar Brighton organising team. Computer Science degree in 92. Teaching for 25 years (maths and, more recently, computing). Retraining in data science.
skills: Confident to coach python/Numpy/Pandas and *basic* HTML
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 run a small software consulting company (makerlabs.co.uk), I'm a feminist and I find the gender imbalance in engineering roles distressing and would like to help address it.
I'd like to help coach people. I'm a self taught backend engineer, working with Node.JS and now Go. I've worked on a range of projects, from your more standard enterprise application, to getting a collaborative text editing service out the door.
Working a developer after attending codebar and Founder & Coders last year, excited to help coach others learning to code.
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 been a full stack developer for 6 years, I have a lot of experience with react, and some with ruby on rails. I trained at Makers Academy, which gave me a good understanding of the process of learning to code.
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)
I would like to help teach or plan workshops for Python. I have experience teaching math to Foundation Year students. Based on feedback from colleagues and students, I seem to have good intuition for seeing things from students perspectives.
I would like to give back to my local community. My skillset is mostly Go/Docker/Kubernetes. I'm learning Elixir and Rust on the side, but not comfortable enough to mentor them yet.
I’ve been working as a developer for six years. I’ve been very lucky to get where I am and I want to help others have the same opportunities.
I feel comfortable assisting with HTML/CSS/Simple JS/Python projects. I was recommended to sign up for Codebar by a friend & colleague, Paola Maddaluno. I have worked on a number of projects using JS, React, Python, Flask, Django etc
I've just come out of a coding bootcamp and would like to share some of the knowledge I have learned with others! Before bootcamp, I worked as a Food Buyer in retail, now I'm much happier studying Ruby, JS etc.
I'm a computer science student at the University of Surrey, and I'm currently completing a placement as a software engineer in Bristol. I really enjoy helping people out (technically or otherwise) and I'd love to help grow a more diverse tech community!
I work for BJSS in Bristol and have taken a non traditional route into the industry. I'm a first generation British Indian from a lower socio-economic background and would like to help others who may have faced similar struggles to myself.
I used to be a Maths Teacher and these days I enjoy working with people and code to solve problems
I'd like to help more people learn to code and to get into coding.
I've really enjoyed taking care of interns at my company in the past so would like to mentor new developers helping them understand programming and assisting with any side projects
In my current software dev role I mainly work with React, Js, Laravel and PHP. In the past I've also worked with VueJS, Symphony, Ruby and Rails. Also got some experience with C and Java from my time at uni. Happy to help wherever I can.
Trying to become a real software developer. I have experience in SQL, R, Python, and now, some Node.js.
I need to coach students in front end development, I have previously done several projects and hosted them on GitHub, I believe I have good knowledge which when shared with others can be of benefit to many.
I've been working as a FrontEnd Dev/Web Engineer for over eight years. I'm currently working for LUSH UK, but also have experience in the charity and agency sectors. I love to travel (I'm from Canada!), read and go for walks :)
skills: html css
I'd like to share my knowledge and also learn from others.