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.
I was a teacher in a college academy teaching how to code in python and fortran, I enjoyed so much. I would like to help other peolple in his learning way and show them that coding is funny.
I can help with the elastic stack. I also love automating tasks, integrating systems, and any cloud related technologies.
Heard of this via a work colleague and happy to help out. Dabbled in various languages and used mainly C, bash, Python professionally, taught classes at universities/research centres and participated in Django Girls workshops in the past.
I'm a Software Engineer for Netsuite, have been working as a developer for 6 years now and I believe that making people comfortable in whatever environment they're in is one of the most important aspects of social interactions as human beings.
Clojure developer by day, Python hacker by night
I took part as a coach when Codebar gave a session at Google as I work there as a software developer. I'm also taking part in a Googler Teaching Googler to Code program. I really enjoy helping people learn coding skills and want to get better at it.
Looking for an opportunity to give back to the community and help inspire new developers!
I want to coach students on programming. I work as a software engineer and I've done some coaching for my 10 year old niece in the past
Hi. I am Janavi Anand. I am an Engineer with Masters Degree in Applied Electronics. Also recently attended Grace Hopper Program by Fullstack Academy (women only program). I want to give back and contribute to the society. This will be a good start for me.
I'm a Teaching Assistant at CodeClan and completed CodeClan's 16 week course.
I have been studying web development and programming for a few years and I am interested in helping others learn valuable skills. I have built several web applications and would like to give back to the community through coaching.
I'm a Junior Application Engineer at The LEGO Group. I started coding properly in 2016, and I attended a bootcamp in 2017. I love gaming and crafting. I am a member of the South London Makerspace. I also love playing Dungeons and Dragons!
Hi. I am a Software Engineer at Accenture. Most of my work revolves around web development. I went to a bootcamp called App Academy few years back and has been working on web technologies since then.
I've coached at Codebar @ Google sessions. I've been a Software Engineer for ~15 years in the industry, the last 9 years of which as an SRE at Google. I typically work in Python and Go, but have an interest in Rust. Outside of work I play D&D.
I work as a programmer and my office is hosting a workshop so thought I would give it a go.
I've helped organising (and I've mentored) a variety of events in the past, from society events at UCL, to Django Girls and she++ events in London. Codebar seems like a perfect match to keep on helping people enter tech.
Front End development skills and interest in experimenting with education
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.
Got an MSc in Maths did project largely on data science where I used Python. Also have obtained other programming languages throughout the course of my MSc and BSc in Maths such as R, Fortran, Matlab, Maple
I would like to help teach code in Houston. I have been a developer for past 7 or so years. I have mostly done Android work professionally, but recently have been doing some Node.JS and Flutter work. I did teach code in Austin also.
Working on a few personal coding projects while trying to build my portfolio for a professional move into tech
I'm happy to help coach web development/product management. I taught several web courses in my university and last year at a summer camp for high schoolers in Palestine. I also worked as a product manager at Google for 3.5 years.
I hack HTML/CSS/Ruby/JS/SQL. And PHP if I must. Stuff I've done: Three Rings (volunteer management), OxUni library websites, put little red tractors on milk, freedeedpoll.org.uk, contributed to WordPress codebase, de-facto Ruby MOTP implementation...
I would like to learn how to code, and design websites. At my current job I have been working with our developers closely to design our new website, and would like to gain more skills in HTML and CSS so in the future I can develop my own sites!
I want to help people deeply understand software development. I've worked with many languages and paradigms, in a lot of different environments, with very different clients, industries and targets. I went far and wide to expand and share my knowledge.
I am a software developer working at DAZN in Amsterdam. Previously I worked at Sky in Leeds, and before becoming a developer I was a computer science teacher at a secondary school in the UK.
I'm a full stack developer with LAMP and MERN stack experience. Myself is one of underrepresented group in the tech field. I would like to help more people from this group to get into the tech field for better tomorrow.
I have a MEng in Computer Science from Durham University and I've spent the last year working as a software engineer at Featurespace ltd in Cambridge.
Assist with coaching
Hi! I'm Pavel. Fullstack developer. Teaching Assistant at Le Wagon. Built a few wechat mini programs. Interested in React and GraphQL. Would like to share things I know. Don't like cats, but they love me (have three adorable monsters) =)
I was lucky enough that I could be sent to university, but I know other people are not, so I'd like to give back to the community. I have never taught a course or similar before but I have experience in Java, Python and various frontend technologies.
Hi I'm Liam! Originally from New Zealand, now living in London. I used to be a secondary school teacher, before retraining in IT. I am now a consultant at Infinity Works. Lots of spare time on my hands right now, thought I'd help out where I can!
I'm a developer, mainly java developer and I want join to the codebar to share the wonderful world of the software development and try to help people who want to join in.