I'm happy to help coach web development/product management. I taught several web courses in my university and last year at a summer camp for high schoolers in Palestine. I also worked as a product manager at Google for 3.5 years.
I want to help different people deeply understand software development and how tools or products they use, tick. I've worked with many languages and paradigms, having various roles within different development processes and industries.
skills: mentoring problem solving Software Development coaching programming algorithms Agile development Test Automation Quality Assurance Microservices Change Management Virtualization ITSM ITIL CMDB Release Management testing Scrum
I am a software developer working at DAZN in Amsterdam. Previously I worked at Sky in Leeds, and before becoming a developer I was a computer science teacher at a secondary school in the UK.
I have a MEng in Computer Science from Durham University and I've spent the last year working as a software engineer at Featurespace ltd in Cambridge.
I was lucky enough that I could be sent to university, but I know other people are not, so I'd like to give back to the community. I have never taught a course or similar before but I have experience in Java, Python and various frontend technologies.
I'm a developer, mainly java developer and I want join to the codebar to share the wonderful world of the software development and try to help people who want to join in.
I am a frontend developer that want to teach and inspire other people. I‘ve been working as a developer around 7 years. I‘ve been working in Yandex in Russia, then moved to Berlin and now work in Zalando. I love my job, JS and learn something new
Help motivated students achieve their goals. I've got 8 years of professional web development experience.
Volunteering as a coach, I'd like to help less experienced programmers skill up.
I am an researcher in the field of NLP/NLU/Text-to-speech. I would like to help out people interested in learning more about Python (or machine learning).
Signing up to help my company, Metaswitch, with their upcoming event. I've recently started programming here, from a non-technical background. I've enjoyed taking part in company hackathons, and have even taught a friend the basics of python.
Explaining ideas and concepts better by teaching
Frontend engineer @ Elsevier
Side projects w/ friends
I want to offer my expertise and knowledge to help people learning new paradigm or hone their skills. I have almost 15 years of experience coding mainly in Java and being involved in all technical aspects of a project. Currently training on kotlin
Learned tech via CodeClan's Professional Software Development Course. Learned life over many years and so would like to give something back & help out students taking their first steps in tech!
Hi my name is Ferdy, I grew up in Holland and have always enjoyed building things, one of the nice things about software is that you never have missing pieces. But coaching others have been some of the most satisfying experiences I can remember!
I'm a web engineer at N26, GDE for web technologies, would like to do some coaching. :)
I’m a front-end developer. I’ve been implementing web applications for over 10 years. I enjoy solving problems in a wide variety of environments and languages for small businesses and I like to learn other people how to be a good developer.
I want to share my passion for code. I think its an excellent outlet for creativity. I learned to program making android apps, and I'm currently a professional web developer. When I'm not making software, I'm out riding my unicycle or my bike.
I've worked on commercial and open source products. I currently work in open source at Apollo, making GraphQL tooling easy to approach. I'm a conference speaker, writer, and love teaching others.
I’m a young developer, with 6 months of experience with the JS ecosystem. I like working with react, mongo and express mainly.
My friend Michael had a great time and he recommended it to me, so I am curious to find out what the fuss is all about!! I'm a web developer at Broker Insights.
Hi, my name is Goran and I am a software engineer. I have a passion for coding and would like to help others in their journey to learn something new and fun.
I am currently a PhD student in Astrophysics and I have a love for problem solving. I also work as a web developer so I have a broad experience of coding. I think Codebar is a brilliant idea for allowing people to easily learn code in a fun way.
I like helping others so I offer my help as a coach :-) I started programming when I was a kid and had many different jobs since then.
I am a full stack .NET developer with interests in cognitive science, machine learning, JS frameworks like React and Angular and an appreciation for the full project lifecycle.
Coaching, which will help me spread what I know and improve myself
I am passionate about coding and I look forward to a career as a web developer.
I used to hate computers, and now I love them! And so can you :) I use coding as part of my day job as a scientist and am passionate about teaching others. Skills: Python, R, html, command line, version control
I was a teacher in a college academy teaching how to code in python and fortran, I enjoyed so much. I would like to help other peolple in his learning way and show them that coding is funny.
The reason I want to join as a couch at Codebar is to practice expressing complex ideas as well as meeting new like-minded people interested in development. I have made many websites, several online party games as well as developed web platforms.
I've coached at Codebar @ Google sessions. I've been a Software Engineer for ~15 years in the industry, the last 9 years of which as an SRE at Google. I typically work in Python and Go, but have an interest in Rust. Outside of work I play D&D.
I've helped organising (and I've mentored) a variety of events in the past, from society events at UCL, to Django Girls and she++ events in London. Codebar seems like a perfect match to keep on helping people enter tech.
I'm a full stack developer with LAMP and MERN stack experience. Myself is one of underrepresented group in the tech field. I would like to help more people from this group to get into the tech field for better tomorrow.
Hi I'm Liam! Originally from New Zealand, now living in London. I used to be a secondary school teacher, before retraining in IT. I am now a consultant at Infinity Works. Lots of spare time on my hands right now, thought I'd help out where I can!
I have been learning to code with Founders and Coders since March, having worked on the pre requisites for the course all last year. We have dived deep into HTML, CSS and JS and I'm keen to share my knowledge with other learners.
HTML and CSS Hi I'm Ina, a current student at Founders & Coders and would love to help people who are passionate about coding :)
I enjoy mentoring, and have trained a few graduates in Java (Spring, JPA) and JS (React). I like students who have questions, and can communicate what they're thinking. Advanced students get a lot out of me. I also like low-level stuff and devops.
I am currently a full time backend developer. I finished my math degree in University of Washington. I love to help other people to understand computer science better, I tutored class in college, hosted technical sharing session in company.
Help people learn Python! I'm a new grad working a startup after interning a couple times and being a TA. I started programming in college
I'd like to lend a hand in any interesting projects. I'm a Le Wagon alum and and my friend is also going to the June 17 workshop.