Working a developer after attending codebar and Founder & Coders last year, excited to help coach others learning to code.
Willing to help young talents to understand and share the art of programming.
I discovered programming while on a completely different career path, and with many helpful resources (thank you Codebar!) managed to become a software developer. I have been working with Python and Kubernetes and currently I am doing React Native.
I am referred by Ryan Lynch,
I want to work on web apps
I'm interested at getting better at writing cleaner code and helping others with understanding programming and software design.
I like teaching, I think it's very gratifying to share knowledge. I am a regular tech meetup organizer and have have given talk myself a few times in the past. I have been a tech mentor at startup week-ends but that was probably 7 years ago.
I'm Tom, an ex-academic now freelance programmer with a side line in music and low cost robotics such as the PiWars competition series. I write and maintain a Python library for joystick controls for fun, and use other languages for work as needed!
Hi. I am Janavi Anand. I am an Engineer with Masters Degree in Applied Electronics. Also recently attended Grace Hopper Program by Fullstack Academy (women only program). I want to give back and contribute to the society. This will be a good start for me.
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 am a developer at SKY UK
I'm a UX designer, I would be able to provide coaching on UI/UX design
I know somebody from my boot camp cohort who is coaching there and want to give some help too
A lecturer at UCP and PRC with 25 years experience as a developer.
Mainly Java developer, other languages also but not as much.
I'm a Software developer working in Cambridge, UK. I work mostly on the back-end with Java.
I'm a self taught developer, my background is with PHP but I've also dabbled with Python and Nodejs.
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 would like to help teach code in Houston. I have been a developer for past 7 or so years. I have mostly done Android work professionally, but recently have been doing some Node.JS and Flutter work. I did teach code in Austin also.
Makers graduate, job searching
First time as Volunteer for Codebar, I'm SET (Software Engineer in Test) with around 10 years experience working in ITs area. I think it's a good idea to dedicate time helping others to improve skills and increase knowledge.
I want to help
Heya, i'd love to become a coach at codebar. I currently work for OpenMarket and jumped at this opportunity. I've been a developer for two years and often just find myself surrounded by people who 'wish they did what i do' so i'd like to make it happen!
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 took part as a coach when Codebar gave a session at Google as I work there as a software developer. I'm also taking part in a Googler Teaching Googler to Code program. I really enjoy helping people learn coding skills and want to get better at it.
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.
Hi , I'm Tsvetan, I have 10 years of experience working with php and JS . I want to register as a coach in the Barcelona codebar workshops, because I think the industry needs to change and become more equal.
Head of the software team at DC Storm, started there working primarily on UI and over the last 4 years have worked into my current position. I live with my Wife over in sunny Worthing, no pets and no children yet.
I enjoy teaching & helping people learn how to solve problems. I've been a participant before in Railsbridge a couple times and really enjoyed it. My skillset has gotten to the point that I think I would be a good fit to help people with HTML, CSS and JS
I work at CodeClan as an instructor, taking students from little to no programming knowledge to their first job in 16 weeks. I have experience teaching Ruby, Java and JS, mainly in terms of web dev. We also teach some frameworks at the end of the course.
Make web/mobile apps. Taught at CodeClan.
I would love to teach FE coding standards. I would like to learn more JS (angular / react). I have worked for several company's in the UK, fav Built By Buffalo Brighton. They have all the interns that I used to help teach FE.
I would like to contribute as a coach if needed. I am a software engineer for Oxford Computer Consultants in Oxford and have a 4 years working experience as a developer in total. I feel competent to contribute in the fields of C#, SQL, C etc
Developer at The National Archives.
I'm an engineer at QikServe and want to learn by coaching and helping others.
python, java, html