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.
I have been coding for around the last 12 years, primarily .NET and JS, and complaining about lack of diversity in industry for nearly as long.
CSS style, BEM, Angular and Rails pretty new to react.
Front End Development Responsive Web Design
Backend Developer at HelloFresh building microservices in Python and Go.
I've been teaching myself to code for the last 9 months. Most recently I've been doing a course (almost finished) in web development at Makers Academy. My interest is helping to teach those would like to code and need help getting started.
I've been working as a Ruby developer for about 2.5 years. I'm most comfortable teaching people the basics of OO programming, data structures and how to conceptualise things to do with coding.
I'm primarily a ruby on rails developer with some experience of ember and other js frameworks
To contribute to the ever growing tech community, meet new people and support a friend. Been working commercially as a professional developer for 2 years now, have worked with some amazing technologies like MongoDB and some awesome modern frameworks.
I am a researcher with a focus on Distributed Systems and Parallelism in Programming Languages and a certified Software Carpentry instructor.
I love programming. It's my job and my passion.
Python coach. It is my first experience as a programming coach.
PhD in Parallel Computing, UAB Currently backend developer at King
I am an IT professional with over 10 years of experience working with a broad range of technologies and projects such as client server, integrations, web development, bits of mobile, dev ops, etc. I have worked for private and public enterprises & startup
I've really enjoyed the mentoring that I've done as part of my work at FanDuel. I've also grown more and more frustrated at the lack of diversity in the industry and I'm looking to help with that.
Astrophysics PhD student Python python python and hardware things
Been in web development since 2010, the technology that I like/know most are JS (ES6 with react, vanilla but also the old jQuery) and Python (mostly Django but also flask).
Coach at graze.com
Front end, middle tier and back end things.
Hi Codebar, I just met Kim at Brooklyn Roaster in Brooklyn and she told me about codebar.io. Professionally, I am technical lead which means I coach engineers for a living. Previous, I was with racket-lang.org studying how to best teach programming.
I'd like to coach students in Python. I write open-source scientific software (all in Python) both for my job (data analysis of scientific data) and in my spare time, and I love teaching.
Full stack engineer, I.T. generalist and Creative Technologist. I can build a computer, fix IRQ conflicts, rewire your network, design, deploy, develop, etc. According to others, I am a "wizard."
I've spent the past year teaching at App Academy. I am really excited about being able to help teach the codebar workshops as a way to continue encouraging folks from underrepresented groups to be involved in tech!
I'm currently a Developer and Work & Co and I want to help get more women into coding! I taught an intro to HTML/CSS workshop similar to the one provided by codebar and was able to get a couple of women interested enough to try to enter the field! :D
Ruby, Rails, Devops, JS (some react, some angular). Bash scripting, anything else I can!
small amount of knowledge in various languages
I'm a web developer working at Work & Co. I used to part time lecture at a tertiary institute in Singapore. Passionate about imparting knowledge and web!
Full-stack dev with over 14 years of experience. I have done it all: e-commerce, internet banking, social apps, real-time trading engines, sports betting, ML/AI... you name it! Expert in C# but proficient in many other languages.
I am a developer advocate at Microsoft and previously worked as a full stack developer with Angular and Java. Enjoyed mentoring at organisations like women who code or ngGirls and started speaking at conferences in 2016.
I am a Software Developer from Portugal with 4 years of work experience and recently joined carwow. I am interested in improving my English and coaching skills, and help someone get started in coding. I have coached on a RailsGirls event once in Porto.
Technology Architect / Mentor – always learning. I'm not a developer by trade but love to tinker, hack and explore technology. Overcoming frustration and discovering something new is an experience well worth sharing.
I am a Senior Software Engineer working on building large scale data engineering solutions and realtime data streaming platforms. Would love to mentor and coach students.
I'm a 31 year old professional software developer. I've been coding since I was 13. I want to do some volunteering and I like the idea of being able to use my skills to help someone. I like teaching people stuff.
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.
Hi, I am Katie. I have recently graduated from General Assembly's web development immersive course in Sydney and I start work at Thoughtworks in a few weeks. I love learning and teaching people how to code.
I'd love to contribute to the Codebar initiative and help people that are keen to learn programming. I could help out with the HTML, CSS and JS tutorials. I'm an Interface Developer, currently working at Ansarada.
Software Engineer at 8th Light.
I am currently a senior software engineer at Pivotal Labs in London. I have previously attended a Codebar unconference.
I'm a software engineer with a focus on infrastructure as code and distributed systems. I've been a professional software engineer for 5 years, and would love to share what I've learnt and give something back to the community.
I used to teach full stack web development at App Academy and enjoyed it. I'd like to be a resource for people learning how to code.
I want to work on my teaching ability. I've developed brochure sites for small to large companies using HTML/CSS/JS, worked on large scale React applications as well as designed UI/UX for startups.
Ex-CodeClan, working in Ruby on Rails/ ionic /Angular apps (and a bit of Sass and Go) for 15 months, happy to try anything new but if I can help out as a coach would be good to start off with one of these.
6+ years of Android, lots of Java/Web before; currently at Trainline. I've actively contributed to Glide (Android image lib) for 3 years & dealt with user questions/issues. Personal projects: http://www.twisterrob.net/project/
Full-stack JS development