freelance front-end engineer
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.
Software developer. Computer science graduate. Web development bootcamp graduate. Experienced in coaching junior developers at work, and coaching children in youth clubs and summer camps. Experienced at public speaking, in stand-up comedy clubs mostly.
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'm an android developer occasionally writing some webapps. Used to teach kids to code.
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 can teach about developing concepts, and php. I was teacher at Factoria f5, now I'm developer in Lifull connect
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.
I've worked in software development for ~6 years and recently ran a graduate bootcamp over 4 months which I really enjoyed doing. I'd like the opportunity to continue coaching and teaching and to help make our industry a more diverse and inclusive place.
I am a profession coder with nearly 30 years experience, currently a freelance software consultant.
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.
I like to teach coding in different formats. I've been teaching Python at university and at Django-girls in Helsinki. Codebar seems like another great opportunity to help people with coding.
Have done a front end course and am now doing a python course
Python student, R teacher.
I'd like to see if I can help mentor students. I am a professional software engineer, and would like to see more women in tech.
Working with young people and want to find, and help facilitate in-person learning so looking for organisations to collaborate with and to bring out of the cities where possible. My current YPs all fit your eligibility criteria but we are all-inclusive.
I love teaching people interesting skills and see a lot of potential societal growth with the usage of technology
Literally anything. I have to dip into all kinds of things in my day to day.
I'm an engineer working in telecoms, I learned to code on the job with a system built entirely on shell scrips but have since used many different languages including Python and Java.
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.
Sales in a tech start up
I finished Makers in October 2017, and since then I've worked as a backend developer at Funding Circle. At codebar I'd be happy to help with any problems, from working on basics, solving katas etc. to helping someone trying to build out an application
I'm on Founders and Coders and want to give back! Codebar was great for me and I'd like to pay it forward.
I want to help people overcome any fears or mental blocks they have in doing coding. Whether it be for passion or career, I want to enable people to self-study confidently and engage with any developer community wherever they are.
I am a past graduate of Founder and Coders.
I'd like to come and observe the teaching and how it helps students and find out what it is all about :)
Here to help out if I can! :)
I've been a software engineer for close to 8 years. Being a self-taught software developer, I believe that anyone has the ability to learn how to code, and I would like to support new/less experienced developers learn/ improve their development skills.
I'm a web developer who loves making weird and fun things with code. I spent the last 9 years working in startups of various sizes and love helping developers grow and progress. I currently work at Applied where we help people hire fairly and diversely.
I am a self-taught Software Developer, with almost 3 years experience developing. I specializes in Web and Android Development, currently focusing on Front-End Development and aspiring to be a Full-Stack Developer. https://feyagape.github.io/