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've been a programmer for 10 years and currently work as a software engineer at StatsBomb who provide sports analytics. I feel I should be doing something to help underrepresented people in tech so I would like to coach at codebar.
I want to help people to learn to code or improve their digital skills.
Assist with coaching
I'm a software developer with 10 years experience, looking to offer some assistance to others who would like to move into the profession.
I would love to help out with the front end side of codebar, helping to nurture underrepresented talent and eventually coach my own workshops. It would mean a lot to help others going through the same thing that I went through!
I'm a self taught developer whose had the benefit of some great mentors and some great collaborative learning. I'm most excited about FP (Scala all day at my job, Elm/Purescript/Haskell when I can).
I'm an expert VBA programmer and Excel developer, but also know some Python and SQL. I'm happy to help out in any way I can. I think I'm probably best suited to teaching coding concepts, but honestly, am happy to do anything that might help. Cheers!