I've done Railsbridge and Django Girls and I'm keen to teach something a bit simpler as a way of getting people enthusiastic about the web and code. I'm also keen to be less prescriptive about how people solve their problems.
structure of MERN applications...
Self employed software engineer.
Python, python for data science, scientific python. I am a data scientist at Asos producing fashion recommendations. Previously I programmed in C++ for a software company and did a PhD principally using python.
Currently a Partner Engineer at Facebook. Developer for 10+ years. Mostly web, front-end/backend, some Android.
I work at a software company based in Brighton. I have some experience in c#, js, HTML, css, php and git
Relatively new software engineer at Made Tech. Have mostly coded with Python, Ruby and C#. Can also have a stab at some JS, HTML and CSS.
I'm a developer @ Dropbox with almost a decade of professional experience. I've also been a part time bootcamp instructor for 4 years currently @ Thinkful. Committed to help.
I am currently working as a frontend engineer. I have been coding for the past two years and attended Codebar as a student <3
I am interested to sign up as a coach, having taught w/ similar initiatives like Code First: Girls. I remember how tricky it felt when I first started learning to code, now that I know a bit more about coding myself, I'd like to help others to do the same
interested in meeting people working tech
Became a front end developer with codebar's help :)
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/
Happy to help out, Cambridge CompSci graduate with 10+ years professional software development experience. Web development, CAD software, 3D graphics, geometry.
Software Engineer at BBC World Service & CodeClan alumnus. Best at JS (React), CSS/HTML & design, although I love thinking through any problem! The work Codebar is doing to create greater opportunities to learn to code is super important!
I recently moved to Edinburgh and started working with Claudia, another of your coaches. I have >15 years in the industry. Until recently I was a Senior Software Engineer at Google. In a past career, I was a professional Maths teacher in England.
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
Literally anything. I have to dip into all kinds of things in my day to day.
I like Haskell, and a bit of Julia. Have done a bit of Python in the past and am currently attempting to become a Rustacean. I also like seeing people achieve new things, and helping them get there when I can.
Have done a front end course and am now doing a python course
I want to help people learn to code!
I'd like to see if I can help mentor students. I am a professional software engineer, and would like to see more women in tech.
A web developer for 10 years, I have previously volunteered with Railsbridge. I believe in this industry and the jobs it provides to be a force for change.
Sales in a tech start up
I'm a full-stack developer and team lead at Epimorphics. My team focuses on building web applications for data management and data visualisation. I've heard about the great work that Codebar is doing, and am happy to help if I can.
Organiser for codebar Brighton.