I know PHP, have done some basic arduino stuff and did tutor Ajax at a codebar before. I also know some JS
I just moved to Finland and am learning to code.
Soy Coder de Factoría F5
When child I was excited about creating new shapes, playing with colors and make little combinations with them. Nowadays, I still keep this excitement with the chances and customization web design provide and, for that matter, I'm taking up some projects.
I volunteer at RailsBridge and RailsGirls events and think it's important to mentor under-represented groups in tech. I also enjoy teaching and learn new skills from the experience. I'm South African, having recently moved to London.
Founder of Add Jam and RookieOven. Always helping people get started in the local tech community.
Reverse Engineering, Java, C#, Deep Learning
I am a Software Engineer from Mexico, I used to be a teacher at the State University of Baja California. I am a teacher at heart and I coach at Django Girls and Rails Girls. Always open to talk about Star Wars =)
Canadian backend engineer at a Fintech startup here in London. I work with Java, microservices, databases, AWS, pipelines, etc. I am giving my first technical talks in May at µCon London 2019 (on building a search microservice and independent services)!
I'm a software engineer with experience in Angular, Java, and iOS Development, which is my current role. I want to work at codebar because I enjoy teaching people and inspire them about what they can create and when they feel empowered.
I've done some work for Web dev and currently working on C# at the moment, pretty comfortable with most things
I want to help others become better programmers :)
I've been a programmer for many years and with several languages. I enjoy the craft and solving problems. Im a particular fan of TDD, and anything that relates to people working better together. I like coaching and mentoring.
I would like to teach Java (advanced) and/or Python (basic)
Web applications, APIs. Will be happy to help anyone with python or java projects.
C#, ASP.NET MVC & WebForms, SQL Server, MongoDB, IIS, Windows, Ubuntu
Hey, I'm a product manager with a background in web development. I've learned coding thanks to one of such communities back in 2015 and changed my life direction to tech. So i'd love to contribute back, and codebar seems like a great community.
i am working at an uk-based company as a java developer. I can teach some html java python etc
I want to help teach people learn coding skills, and show how fun and enjoyable it can be
I am a developer, I love teaching and learning from others.
I've been working as a Software Developer for over 3 years and have a degree in Computer Science - but nearly trained as a teacher. My bread and butter is Java / SQL / building API's - but I love helping out folks where I can
I'm a software engineer with 3 years of experience, and am focused on the web. More specifically on responsiveness, accessibility, mobile websites. I also did a twitter bot once, which was much easier than it sounds!
founder of neu.studio
I have four years of experience building cloud services in python and golang - very happy to help share this experience where I can.
Native Android (Java), Node.js, embedded software for mobile phones in C/C++ (boot loader, sensor drivers, memory management, system optimization), Angular, front-end HTML / CSS/JS, security, 2G mobile apps
Engineer dabbling in Python and Dymola
I'm a heavy user of Linux (Python/Bash) and Emacs, I've done professional Web dev (PHP/JS/Java/etc.), I like functional programming (Lisp/Scheme/ML/Haskell/etc.) and formal verification (Coq/Agda/Idris/etc.). I also like AI (GOFAI and machine learning).
Senior java developer working for Crunch Accounting in Brighton. We design and develop a number of web based solutions for our clients using Java and Spring Boot all using a microservice based architecture.
I am a Java developer.
I am referred by Ryan Lynch,
I'm interested at getting better at writing cleaner code and helping others with understanding programming and software design.
Happy to help coach folk on java projects
Would love to help other people get better at what I struggled with
I've just finished a web development course at Northcoders and am now looking to use my powers for good, as it were! 😅 I hadn't heard of you guys before today but I like what you're doing and I'd really like to get involved.
Hi, I am not a developer, but I work as a technical web analyst. This means that I also work with frontend technologies (HTML, CSS, JS) and I believe I could be a mentor for beginners :) I also know SQL, and maybe few more skills that can be useful :)
Been using Python and Qt for custom app development at work, would like to explore either web dev or C#. JS looks especially interesting as well
full stack web dev
I already enjoy mentoring people within scouting but I have had limited opportunities to mentor people in technical matters. Electronic Engineering background, now a Cloud Engineer and have done some frontend, so a jack of most trades
I've been a developer at Crunch for almost 1.5 years and would like to pass on some of what I've learned to those who are starting out as developers.
Happy to help with most things! I've worked on browsers for a decade, and have touched almost everything in one at least once.
A lecturer at UCP and PRC with 25 years experience as a developer.
I'm a Software developer working in Cambridge, UK. I work mostly on the back-end with Java.
I am a teacher and regularly teach Python to my students. I am also trained in C#.
I have been recommended by a friend (Matt K). I am currently studying as a Software Engineer Degree Apprentice at the University of chichester. I am always happy to offer a helping hand. Great opportunity for practicing teaching and leadership skills.
I'd love to share/learn/help with web development
Makers graduate, job searching
I want to help
I've started web development 10 years ago. I worked with many things from back-end side across databases to front-end side. Currently I am focusing on serverless functions written in node.js using serverless framework, deployed to AWS. I'm working @ LEGO.
I work at Qlik as presales consultant and I can help students in their coding journey.
I like to work on all parts of the stack, but I’ve been especially excited about graphql APIs, typescript, and react lately
Happy to help with anything really - but iOS or Android projects are probably best.