Python and is developer with experience teaching non technical and technical people in front-end and back-end skills
I'm interested in learning how to code and have had a recommendation from a friend to try out codebar!
Swift, ObjC, Ruby, JS, C++, Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android, Blackberry, smaller amounts of most other common languages and platforms.
I am a Web Developer who loves learning new technologies, thinking through complex puzzles, and building innovate tech tools that benefit people around the world.
I work as a back end engineer, I do basic html / css / js / js frameworks and ruby but willing to try anything
I'm still quite new to coding even though, I've built quite a few things. I feel like I'm tinkering with code rather than actually writing it.
I started working towards a CS degree, then learnt some HTML, CSS and JS on my own, mostly from free online resources. I’d love to dedicate more time to coding and I'm happy to help with whatever I can along the way :)
Currently, a student at UCP graduating in September 2019.
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 am a Senior Software Engineer at CtM and I wish to pass my knowledge to students attending the codebar session.
Learning from peers, expand network and develop find someone to develop my app idea with!
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.
I want to work on helping anyone learn to code. I've been working as a programmer forever, mostly web development but not limited to it. I used to work in academia (philosophy and cognitive science) and love teaching. I taught code at General Assembly.
I'd like to help people get to grips with core programming concepts and computer science knowledge. I currently work as a software architect and lead a team of Python software engineers. I enjoy teaching and coaching and also volunteer at Django Girls .
I am a professional software developer working in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. I enjoy coding, knowledge sharing and keen to help others and learn new things. I can provide coaching for all aspects of web development including JS, HTML and CSS.
Frontend Developer & UI/UX Designer: with more than eight years experience, delivering delicate interfaces, I have a broad understanding of the open web technologies. Using agile methodologies as Scrum and following User-Centered Design guidelines.
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 :).
Recently completed Northcoders bootcamp and looking to give something back in the same vein. Comfortable with doing anything as long as I know in advance Previously a Senior Manager for a charity, comfortable teaching, coaching, mentoring
Using my previous experience as a software developer and continuing interest in software development and computing, I would enjoy helping others to learn. It would also be an exciting opportunity to gain extra experience of teaching.
I am training to become a frontend developer. I have professional copywriting writing experience and am proficient in HTML, CSS and vanilla JS. My personal goal for 2019 is to learn React.
I am an experienced Software Engineer and recently a technical lead. I have worked with different programming languages and techniques and would like to help other people learn to program and help myself become better at coaching others.
A former engineering instructor at Sparta running 13-week long courses. now working as a fullstack JS developer. Most comfortable in HTML/CSS/JS/Ruby but good at explaining more complex server side concepts too
I work with satellite imagery, processing and data management but I love all things computing - Health, Education, Finance, Engineering, Entertainment in various guises and also tech for aid & development. I was a VSO volunteer in Ethiopia a while back &
I currently work at HRMC Digital in Worthing as a Scala developer. I'm looking to get more involved in the tech community and help inspire under-represented groups into a career in tech to show them it's less daunting and more fun than they might realise.
HTML & CSS, JS, PWA’s, Vue.js, React and static sites!
Hi! My name is Ray and I'm an iOS Engineer at ClassPass.
I'm self-taught, and have worked professionally as a software engineer for 7 years, focusing on iOS most recently, but a mix of a lot of things in the past. I'd like to help others get into software!
I'm a DevOps Engineer. Wanna know Codebar learning environment a bit.
I strive to make the web more inclusive and a safe place for everyone! If we want to inspire postive change in the world, we need to take action - learning to code is a great way to take control of our experiences with technology and the web.
I'm a programmer that likes to tinker with various levels of technology, from basic web development down to lower-level tinkering with C and microcontrollers.
Art school grad who went to coding. I love coding react. I want to get people excited about coding and their ability to learn. I'm interested in how junior devs can gain leadership in a dev team while still getting necessary supports.
I am a Data Scientist at snap40 in Edinburgh and studied AI and NLP at University of Edinburgh. Mainly work in Python, learning more about distributed computing. Would love to inspire more diversity in tech roles!
Help people learn coding. I'm specialized in analytics, reporting, database. Mostly python and SQL.
Love to code, paint, cook, chat, meet new people and have a good time.
Learned about codebar from a fellow Thoughtworker. I enjoy teaching and coaching and one of my most best moments in career was being a coach in RailsGirls in one of our offices.
Man of many interests! Programming being one of them. Hopefully I can benefit form this, and possibly benefit others taking part in this