I'm an ex maths teacher, 65, working in the university maths dept on risk and evidence communication & maths education making data vis and web tools in Clojure/js/HTML/CSS/git. Happy to help in those areas. Also in python. I'd be a beginner there too.
Having been a coach, mentor and educator for over 10 years I have a wealth of experience helping others achieve their goals. With my new found knowledge of best practice coding principles I feel that I can offer a lot to new coders
I'd love to mentor other women in tech!
I want to help people learn what can be such a gratifying skill!
CTO of London-based startup Pass The Keys, full-stack developer, self-taught but wish I'd had more help! Python and Django are my first coding loves, and remain so. Enthusiastic about almost everything else.
Skills: python django
I've been a software engineer for about 7 years now, now head of engineering at a startup. I'm hoping to share some of my skills with others!
Skills: JS php Git
Working on something creative to improve my skills & hope to help others along the way.
I have around 15 years experience working with a wide variety of languages and all manor of projects from games to large websites. I love code and really want to help improve the diversity in tech.
Currently a Partner Engineer at Facebook. Developer for 10+ years. Mostly web, front-end/backend, some Android.
Self-taught web developer. I love teaching people React and Meteor. From time to time I organise the coding bootcamps in Canary Islands .
I am a scientific programmer who now develops in Python (but in many other languages in the past). Helping people who want to learn is always fun.
Skills: python data science Jupyter Notebooks git and GitHub/GitLab
I'm a self-taught developer who, after several years of self study, landed a back-end developer role - I'm eager to pass on what I learnt, the mistakes I made, and how I'd do it differently if I had the chance.
Skills: c# python html
Web, C#, Java, SQL
Signing up to be a coach. Have 5 years industrial experience as a software developer using Java, C++ and Python
I'm a software development manager for the Alexa Knowledge Graph team in Cambridge.
I have worked for 4 years as a software development engineer at Amazon. I have worked on anti fraud systems and natural language processing systems (Alexa). I like to use C++ but can work with scripting and other languages.
I currently work at United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre as a Web Developer and want to help minority groups to learn how to code.
I've presented at WWC ruby workshop, I have dev experience in ruby and python, I've worked at three startups and larger VFX houses as a developer.