I would like to be a coach at http://www.codebar.io/savannah. I am a recent Georgia Tech Full Stack Flex Boot Camp graduate and before that I taught high chemistry for 13 years. I love coding as much as chemistry and enjoying helping others by teaching.
I've been working as a software developer since 2010, and I'd like to opportunity to help out others interested in coding and try to improve the diversity of the community.
I'm happy to tinker with pretty much any tech. I've done some coaching before and found it really fun so I'd like to do some more. :) I've been a software dev for 5 and a bit years working on a wide variety of things and I love it.
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.
Learning from peers, expand network and develop find someone to develop my app idea with!
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'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 .
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 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 :)
CodeClan student looking to meet new people and learn some code
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.
Swift, ObjC, Ruby, JS, C++, Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android, Blackberry, smaller amounts of most other common languages and platforms.
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 completed a web developer boot camp last year but feel like I still have a lot to learn! I enjoy fusing education and coding. I started a Girls Who Code club at my virtual school and am always on the lookout for edtech jobs & gigs.
Python and is developer with experience teaching non technical and technical people in front-end and back-end skills
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.
I usually help some students at the polytechnic university. I enjoy teaching people on new technologies.
Improve mentoring skills, learn from others and have fun :). I've studied Computer Engineering at UAB around 8 years ago. Since then I've been working as software developer programming with different languages, mostly backend.
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
I'm Tom, an ex-academic now freelance programmer with a side line in music and low cost robotics such as the PiWars competition series. I write and maintain a Python library for joystick controls for fun, and use other languages for work as needed!
Working a developer after attending codebar and Founder & Coders last year, excited to help coach others learning to code.
I want to work on my understanding of code. To teach it means that you have to first grasp it.
I'm a developer a Gene Commerce, Brighton. My skills mostly lie in front-end development, concentrating on Magento & Wordpress. I'd love to help out with CSS, HTML, jQuery and a little php.
I'm a web developer, currently working at the BBC. Front-end HTML and CSS is my specialty but I'm more than happy working on the back-end using PHP and doing ops work too.
I am one of the codebar Barcelona organizers.
Web, Java and some MySQL I've some web development experience (front end only)
I'm a third year Computer Science student at Bath, currently on work placement in London. I have developed in Java for 2 years now and have taught Java to multiple people both at work and at university.
I want to be a coach
Software developer. Computer science graduate. Web development bootcamp graduate. Experienced in coaching junior developers at work, and coaching children in youth clubs and summer camps. Experienced at public speaking, in stand-up comedy clubs mostly.
I taught myself to code using online resources, going to meet-ups (eg codebar) and completing short courses. (eg Code First: Girls). I'm currently working as a junior developer at Made by Many, and want to help others learn to code.
Junior web developer keen to help more people gain these exciting skills!
I'm a java web developer right now with 6 years of professional experience. I also have another 2 years of basic IT training experience, when I trained teachers in a college to use technology to enhance their learning. I want to improve diversity.
Right, so, I'm signing up as a potential tutor. I've done a bit of tutoring at a RailsGirls and Prewired. Errmm, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Java developer at Sky Network Services. I am a former maths teacher. Some prior experience in ruby, js and python
My motivations have changed as I have grown and I am at a point where I want to improve the accessibility of engineering for everybody. The company I joined as an apprentice—in lieu of taking a CS degree—is one of many with a tiring “techbro” monoculture.
Web developer at DueDil who loves coding (mostly front end web stuff). Have taught basic programming concepts to students while at University.
I'm a dev Chinese dad of two wonderful girls, so codebar is a strong cause for me. I miss running my Code Club since starting work at GOV.UK. Helping others to learn to code is an awesome thing I want to do more of!
I'm a junior developer, mainly focused on frontend and right now mobile development in React Native. Ironhack Alumni. I want to improve my backend skills and unit testing. Also, I'm a teacher and would love to help out as a coach as well.
For the past couple of months I have been working through code camp online but I'd like to learn alongside real people as well. So far just learning the basics of html, css and using bootstrap.
I would love to teach FE coding standards. I would like to learn more JS (angular / react). I have worked for several company's in the UK, fav Built By Buffalo Brighton. They have all the interns that I used to help teach FE.
Hi , I'm Tsvetan, I have 10 years of experience working with php and JS . I want to register as a coach in the Barcelona codebar workshops, because I think the industry needs to change and become more equal.