- To learn more and improve my programming skills. - Currently using WordPress for a side project at work. - I would like to be able to build an app from scratch with the right team, guidance and mentoring.
i like writing code and talking to people
Working as a software developer for ~4 years, looking to help more women get into coding
I’m becoming a full stack developer, and am an active part of the Founders and Coders organisation.
I am a developer who likes learning and teaching. My favourite languages are c, c++ and... english.
I work as a software engineer as Android developer. I am eager to help other people and share my knowledge. I took part in one of the workshops as mentor and I have a very good experience from it.
I work as a Software Engineer at Softwire. Since I've been there I've been lucky enough to work on all kinds of different projects and with loads of different languages.
I’m wallet lead at blockchain.com. I can help with all Frontend technologies
Passionate about mentoring, life-long learning and food. Mostly food.
I self taught HTML/CSS and currently learning Python. It's just a bit lonely 'cause I have no one around me who codes or is remotely interested in it. So I'm looking to make friends and work on project that allow me to practice/improve my skills.
Codebar seems really interesting to me because I miss teaching and I feel that I should be sharing my knowledge. I currently work as a developer at Palatinate Tech. I have a degree in software engineering and close to 4 years of working experience.
Just completed a Masters in Sound Design. Besides patching in Max/MSP & Pd, I did C# scripting in Unity, Arduino, and poem data extraction in Python. Most confident with Python. As a habitual learner, I believe I have the awareness to be a good teacher.
express.js node.js react
In the past (a long time ago) i have worked with delphi and php. Then i was more on analytics (sap BO, SAS, qlikview) and recently i did vba for various automations in my company. Apart that, i am doing some courses on python.
I'd love to teach and mentor newcomers to the space! I've done and continue to do lots of teaching and mentoring, both professionally -- for Dev Bootcamp, Codecademy, and Wix -- and as a team lead in my current role.
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.
Developer at Yoyo, specialising in Frontend (SASS, Babel, Webpack) and Backend (C#, .NET, MVC, Umbraco CMS, UCommerce).
Front end developer
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!
Learning the basics of front-end web development and hoping to move into a career as a junior dev in 2018/2019
Currently a student at General Assembly, looking to learn more about juniors in the industry!
I learned how to program at the Recurse Center, then somehow was part of the tech industry. Now I'm at Windmill building tools to make development easier and more transparent. I want to help others get as excited about code and problem solving as I am!
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
Trainee Software Developer at CodeClan ✌
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.
Familiar with many languages and am an experienced interviewer for technical positions. Here is my LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/randy-moore-b552b014/
I've been a coder for a few years now, currently working at Groundsure.
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.
Learning from peers, expand network and develop find someone to develop my app idea with!
React dev at Hive
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.
I'd like to help others with Ruby and Java.