i love using html/css/js as creative tools and exploring the huge space of what they make possible. my other main tools are python and supercollider. using them i create generative music, visual art, poetry, and art that can only exist on the internet.
Developer at The National Archives.
I'd like to give something back and increase diversity in the industry. I've been a developer for over 20 years and used a wide variety of different technologies.
I'm a big fan of Python and everything related. Using Python stack during my daily data engineering job, by building and maintaining microservices in the cloud.
I'm a social scientist turned computer scientist. Nowadays I do mostly frontend, but I've had a great opportunity to learn devops at my work in Emblica Oy and data science at Helsinki University. I play Ultimate Frisbee in my freetime.
I career changed into programming and have been coding now for just under a year and a half. I have been doing an apprenticeship at 8th Light where I learnt Ruby and then Java.
I am a developer and technology director at Work & Co and I would love to contribute as a coach and help with technical training and career development.
I get excited about graphics programming, ed-tech, VR, physics (and lots of other things too!). Prior to moving to Oxford I was working as a graphics programmer job for Microsoft. Now I'm working on side-projects and freelancing here and there
Hi! I'm a software engineer interested in interaction design and the intersection of art and technology, and would love to contribute to helping improve diversity in the tech industry.
I have been a software developer for more than fifteen years and have mentored a number of junior developers in that time. I am very interested in improving diversity and inclusion in the tech industry, which draws me to codebar.
I'm looking to coach people new to programming. Currently working in customer service for a mobile games company called Seriously Digital Entertainment. I'm enthusiastic about coding and working on becoming a professional programmer.
Started coding in Feb 2017, did Makers Academy, now work full stack at Kurt Geiger in PHP/JS/HTML/CSS. Ruby was my first and still favourite language, have used React Native as well. Used to be a violinist!
Frontend Engineer at Ticketmaster
Find me @elibelly ! Love to help people get into tech.
Currently a Junior Developer with Tesco Bank after graduating from CodeClan's 16 week course. I'm looking to join in with helping at codebar to share in my enthusiasm for all things tech and code related.
Software development consultant and trainer
Former web designer, current web developer, not quite as lost as I seem.
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
Working a developer after attending codebar and Founder & Coders last year, excited to help coach others learning to code.
Freelance front end web developer in Brighton.
I like computational trinitarianism, techno music, and sci-fi.
Codebar Brighton organising team. Computer Science degree in 92. Teaching for 25 years (maths and, more recently, computing). Retraining in data science.
Hi there, I've been a Ruby on Rails/JS developer since 2014, and I'm always trying to learn as much as possible. I like teaching others what I know and helping them :)
I'm a Ruby developer at the Government Digital Service.
Full Stack Developer
Hello, I would like to support students in learning about the tools that make software development such a joy. I have over 4 years professional experience and enjoy making apps for fun! Look forward to teaching! Cedric
I write code sometimes
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.
Web/iOS developer hoping to learn by teaching.
Learn how to design beautiful interactive websites. Recently have undertaken a CodeFirst:Girls course in Advanced Ruby which took place at level39 in Canary Wharf over 8 week period. Having finished now, I would like to further develop my Ruby skills.
I completed a degree in Mathematics 4 years ago. Right now I am working towards a career change, into software development. So far, I have been completing Codecademy's online courses in HTML & CSS, Python and Java. Just looking for the next step.
Right, so, I'm signing up as a potential tutor. I've done a bit of tutoring at a RailsGirls and Prewired. Errmm, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I would like to attend interesting talks about open-source software development
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'm a Django dev
I teach computer science and what to get more people into it.
I am a front end developer.
Hi, I had nice speech, but it didn't fit so here it is: https://gist.github.com/olvlvl/8bb76a23c5b43a3a54e43dfa1ddd6e25