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 am a self taught android developer. Currently I've been working in Android field for 2 years and I came to codebar io to share the experience I gathered throughout these years.
Skills: XML java Android RxJava kotlin dagger mvp android sdk mockito junit retrofit okhttp
I currently build mobile apps and back-end services for Ocasta. I have experience building for web, mobile, wearable and also maintain a number of side projects.
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.
Skills: HTML5 CSS3 JS
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
I like working with others and helping people learn to code!
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'm familiar with Python 3 fundamentals. I completed the Coursera Python for Everybody MOOC, Codecademy Python 3 online course, and the Per Scholas Python in-person course.
Skills: Python OOP
I love codebar's focus on coaching to the under-represented; as a society and industry we need that! I am a data architect/analyst, with a web dev background using a number of languages, technologies and platforms.
Skills: python spark data science ts JS ng c# mvc
I just moved to BCN and work as a remote JS/React Native developer for a Swiss company full-time. I self-taught myself coding at university while doing economics and started working as a developer exactly a year ago.
Skills: JS React Native html css
20 years digital experience, working for multi-national management consultancies and award-winning London digital agencies. Now part-owner of Yoyo Design, a creative digital agency specialising in Umbraco, Ucommerce and Sitecore
Skills: ASP.NET c# VB.NET SQL OOD
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.
I have worked in programming and education for over 10 years. Recently at CoderDojo@StormId and CodeClan. I currently teach programming at Business School@University of Edinburgh. Python, JS, Swift/Android, Flutter. I worked as a mobile dev and head of UX
Full-stack developer at Vinterior
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!
Designer and front-end dev and hopefully I can lend a supportive hand.
Skills: html css JS
I'm a front end developer.
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.
Trainee at Sparta Global
Backend engineer from Australia. Passionate about increasing diversity in the tech community
Skills: python ruby Go
I am a PhD student in Computer Science at Harvard University, working part-time at Google in the Algorithms group.
Skills: python machine learning
I've been working in tech for about 8 years, mostly as a QA Engineer and a self-taught (wannabe) programmer, mostly on NodeJS and I really want to help newcomers in their first steps in learning to code.
Skills: node JS QA automation
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 want to work as Python coach, and HTML+CSS beginner coach. I code Python everyday at TravelPerk but never got to help people in an "introductory" level, so I want to try coaching from time to time. I've already participated in the April session.
Skills: python html css
Developer at SpringerNature. Regular coach on RailsGirls Berlin.
Skills: ruby rails SQL Git command line
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.
I'm a secondary school teacher... I love helping people code with more confidence... I am on the journey myself and I love learning...
I am currently a technical assistant at CodeClan in Glasgow. Happy to help with anything.
Enthusiastic about technology!
Long time software developer and consultant who gained most of his experience consulting media companies in United States, LatAm and Finland. Part of the founding team at Talented. Can help with anything from validation of ideas to programming.
Co-founder of the Oslo chapter. Currently a design technologist at Designit Oslo with a focus on web dev (HTML/CSS/JS, Reactjs). Feel free to reach out to me with any questions you might have about the Oslo chapter as a participant or volunteer.
I work in C++/C#, and I wrote my masters thesis (in physics) in Python 2.7.
I would like to teach/explain programming to beginners and by that I can learn. I have built web apps, mobile apps and other programming. Currently I am a software developer.
I want to help other students as much as I can. I understand that codebar is targeting minority student and I know how hard for minorities to break into tech. I was offered help from CodeYourFuture and know it is my duty to contribute back.