I'm a web designer/developer and have also been involved making HTML5 apps. Although I already have some knowledge, I am always trying to learn more and push myself further. I’m currently learning Blockchain technology, starting with Solidity.
I love teaching code (I do for my job as well as Code First Girls).
I am a Trainee Technical Consultant at Sparta Global (just finished week 4 of 14). During my training at the academy, I have learnt many things pertaining HTML, CSS, JS and jQuery so I believe I'd be able to provide the most help on those areas.
I'm a recent graduate of CodeClan Edinburgh and I'd love to help others learn to code by sharing my passion and knowledge with them. It's one of my long term career goals to become a mentor and I know being a Codebar coach will be a fantastic experience.
Work on mentoring students. Have mentored through a training company called thinkful, have previously been Software instructor at QA and currently Senior Instructor at codeclan
I have already been a coach at Codebar when we hosted the event at ThoughtWorks and I would like to join again. :)
I'm interested in working on machine learning/data science/NLP projects, and in contributing to open source. I currently work as a software engineering for an AI start-up. I've been coding (mainly in Python) for about two years now.
iOS (swift specifically)
I work as a Research Engineering at Google DeepMind applying Machine Learning to Google products.
In October I finished a 16 week intensive Software Development course at Codeclan. Since then I have got a job working as a Backend Software Developer using PHP. It would be nice to be able to provide some assistance to aspiring developers
I have been running a company for 9+ years that solves problems, normally this involves automation of error prone process' and developing solutions with the products that customer already owns.
Share my knowledge of HTML CSS and JS applied to frontend responsive templates. I'd like to learn more about GitHub for version control and React.js and Angular.js
I started coding a few years back following freeCodeCamp's curriculum and doing tutorials at Codecademy and Oding Project. A year ago I started computer science studies at Turku University and I am now working as a java developer.
Mentor. Any. I am a developer @neontribe
To help as a mentor/coach for underrepresented minorities in tech. I've worked with Black Girls Code and Tech Ladies in the past.
DevOps Engineer, been learning programming myself from scratch, would like to help others with their first steps into software development, offer help, meet new people.
I want to help anyone needing help with web programming. I work with Node, Js, Mongp, SQL, HTML, CSS. I am also familiar with React, React Native, Yii2, WP, and basic PHP. I'm 3yrs post graduation from Metropolia so I'm not an expert, but I can help.
I would like to help out coaching participants learning programming on front and backend. I have worked with python and frontend as well as playing with deep learning on image recognition. Lately in my free time, I am using react to build toy apps.
I am studying for an MSc in HCI (UX). I have 14 years experience working in the IT industry and I want to encourage women and girls to join the coding community. I love the creative process of coding. I am also a potter, rower and cyclist.
I want to help our industry to become more diverse, I think it's good for everyone. I also enjoy mentoring and meeting new people. I have several years experience in operations which has become increasingly code driven over the last few years.
Junior Software Developer at BCN Tech City
I have many years of experience in backend development; good knowledge in Python, Ruby, C and Shell Script, and a strong background on algorithms. I can support people who want to learn about web development, scripting and algorithms.
Hi, I would like to work as a couch on python. I am currently a research associate and my major is applied cryptography. I am using python for my current project; therefore, I have some experience in python.
Art school grad who went to coding. I love coding react. I want to get people excited about coding and their ability to learn. I'm interested in how junior devs can gain leadership in a dev team while still getting necessary supports.
I'm happy to help out with Codebar Oslo!
JS, React, Elm, anything backend except Ruby. Am open to learning Ruby, though!
I worked as a full-stack engineer for 10 years and recently changed career paths. I love to see and help people learn code and it’s a great opportunity for me to keep it up. I’ve previously taught at CodeYourFuture, a London code school for refugees.
all flavors of JS, CSS, HTML, Node
I am a software developer, in London. I enjoy the relaxed environment and vibe of Codebar. I would like to get to know more people to learn and help each other :)
I would love to share my knowledge about JS, CSS and HTML. I've been tutoring some friends in the past on these languages and have also been an assistant for nodeschool.
I started coding when I was about 13 years old. I went to graduate school in physics where I worked on software for a variety of particle physics experiments. For the past few years I have been an engineer in Silicon Valley.
Python but could do HTML too if pushed. I am co-founder of a tech company (you have a couple of our employees already coaching for you) My real expertise is SQL, Excel and VB, but I have had to learn python in this role.
I'm front-engineer from Brazil currently based in Berlin. Started out as Java developer back in 2007 and these days I mostly don't care about technology as long as it has purpose supporting the idea.
I would like to help other people to get introduced into coding, I like to teach and have previously worked as Teacher Assistant for a bootcamp. I have worked in different industries in the past including hospitality, tech support, recruiting and others
I developed in C/C++ and Java in the past. I am a certified LabVIEW developer and National Instruments CPI (Certified Professional Instructor). I am interested in Web programming tools.
As a software developer from a non-tech background, I think many people perceive the field as scary/bleak/uninteresting. I disagree! I feel it's creative and full of opportunities, and would like to share this. I'd also like to get better at teaching.
Diversity in technology is important to me and I really enjoy teaching.
I am a front-end developer and test-drive development expert. I have >15 years in the industry. Until recently I was a Senior Software Engineer at Google. In a past career, I was a professional Maths teacher in England.