I'm a Django dev
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 love learning and sharing knowledge collaboratively! I am a graduate of Founders and Coders Nazareth and have mentored at campuses in both Nazareth and Gaza. I am currently the course facilitator for the London campus.
I want to help our industry to become more diverse, I think it's good for everyone. I also enjoy mentoring and meeting new people. I have several years experience in operations which has become increasingly code driven over the last few years.
Developer at Yoyo, specialising in Frontend (SASS, Babel, Webpack) and Backend (C#, .NET, MVC, Umbraco CMS, UCommerce).
polygot software engineer, I have been fortunate enough to find work with companies which try and make a genuine positive contribution to the world. Strong believe in software being a team sport rather than an individual slog.
Web developer at DueDil who loves coding (mostly front end web stuff). Have taught basic programming concepts to students while at University.
Animation, performance, accesibility, interactivity, WebGL
Front end developer
I am a senior developer who first started off in the industry self taught and without any university degree I want to share the wealth of knowledge I have gained over the years with others from a similar position as I was once in
I have not done it before, i am a front end dev that goes to meetups run by Mike Masey. He asked if anyone would like to help out . I thought it would be a interesting thing to do.
I'm a software engineer at John Lewis using React/JS/Kotlin. I want to help others learn!
Currently a student at General Assembly, looking to learn more about juniors in the industry!
I just want to help out students who want to learn more about programming and advance in their careers. I am a full stack developer who has previously worked on distributed systems and decentralized applications.
I'd like to help build out some of the tutorials and help push the NYC community forward
After completing an engineering course at Sparta Global and working at some awesome companies, I am now working as part of the training team to help others to start their tech career.
Trainee consultant at Sparta
i would like to look into more back end and security, and i enjoy learning new concepts and languages
I am a part of the Sparta SDET engineering 7 group, currently learning a lot of programming.
I'm relatively new to programming (2–3 years), but I've already seen how collaboration is far more valuable than any technical skills applied in isolation.
Trainee at Sparta Global
I like computational trinitarianism, techno music, and sci-fi.
Junior Software Developer at BCN Tech City
Software engineer with abour 10 years experience. Started out as self taught before doing an MSc in Computer Science. Been working in startups the last few years. Main language at the moment is JavaScipt
I'd like to volunteer as a coach. I'm an experienced programmer originally from London but living in Barcelona. I'm founder and head developer at Yes We Work (yeswework.com) and Fabrica (fabri.ca) and I also teach privately. I speak EN, SP, CA.
I taught myself Python during my Physics PhD, and found it massively useful. I have done quite a bit of one-to-one tutoring, and really enjoy it. I am keen to pass on my Python skills, particularly to young scientists.
Former web designer, current web developer, not quite as lost as I seem.
I'm an SRE at Splunk, previously a Linux Sysadmin at a big hosting company. More Ops than Dev, and always ready to talk about the Linux kernel.
I've been programming for about 4 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 :).
React dev at Hive
Software development consultant and trainer
I have many years of experience in backend development; good knowledge in Python, Ruby, C and Shell Script, and a strong background on algorithms. I can support people who want to learn about web development, scripting and algorithms.
I'm a mobile development consultant working in Brighton
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.
Hi :) I am a CS researcher at the University of Westminster and one day I'd like to teach. My coding skills have progressed to the point where I'd feel comfy coaching beginners in Py/Github. I'd love to help others learn while gaining teaching experience!
I'm a CodeClan student really keen to help people who are maybe considering coming to CC or other begginer coders.
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'd like to help others with Ruby and Java.
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.
I am mobile developer with 4 years knowledge in Objective-C and Swift (iOS) and Java (Android)
I'm a secondary school teacher... I love helping people code with more confidence... I am on the journey myself and I love learning...
Would love to teach Python, C++ and a little bit of software engineering. Programming in C / Unix since 1980 (seriously). Lectured in software engineering at U of Sussex. Now director of southcoastscience.com - writing IoT firmware in Python and C++.