I have experience teaching programming to diverse groups of students through my experience as lead instructor of the Data Science Immersive course at General Assembly. As part of this I also taught Python, intro web development, machine learning, etc.
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'm currently training as a technical consultant and want to use coaching as a way to share my new skills and reinforce concepts I've learnt
Mostly HTML and CSS or perhaps just helping out with the evening itself
I currently work as a mentor at Northcoders
I am a sysadmin with developer skills helping others to learn
Data scientist with 2 years of experience. I’m happy to share my knowledge and coach other people.
During my time at university I worked as a demonstrator for three years helping the lower years during their programming practicals. Since leaving I have found that I miss the people orientated aspect of this the most and would love to get back into it.
I'm a js/react developer, currently working on an academic project which is open source. Would like to develop mentorship skills.
I've been a professional software engineer for over 10 years. I have experience with Scala, Java, Ruby, C++ and more recently Python and Typescript. I would be happy to help people working on projects involving any of those technologies.
Join Dropbox's workshops as a coach
I'm here to coach. This is such a great initiative.
I’m Rob, I lead the frontend team at a design agency, and I’d love to help anyone looking to learn frontend skills. We work primarily with Vue at Fueled, but I have experience with other stacks. I’ve created a few coding courses and run workshops.
I work with satellite imagery, processing and data management but I love all things computing - Health, Education, Finance, Engineering, Entertainment in various guises and also tech for aid & development. I was a VSO volunteer in Ethiopia a while back &
I'm a software engineer in the Cambridge area. Outside of work I enjoy Lego and PC gaming.
I am working as a software engineer after an intensive course at codeclan, the main stack on the company I am working at is Python and AWS.
I’ve been working on frontend and backend (web), mobile app development for five years and instructing React Native trainings. Recently I started working as a user interface designer which has been quite fun. Happy to talk about all of those!
Developer at Sanity.io. Does both front-end and back-end.
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Software Engineer at Dropbox
I have ran a Rails Girls workshop in Oslo a couple of years ago, mainly to learn more programming myself, and it was extremely popular. I have learned a thing or two since, and now I think it's time for me to support those who start out.
I’m a developer for seven years. And I like the meetup. And I want to show my support.
I have experience with IT since 2005, and with development since 2009. I've done a lot of web stuff, I'm a full stack engineer and currently, I've been on a team lead role.
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.
New to CodeBar. Joining to learn and support the awesome Barcelona group.
Site Reliability Engineer / Software Engineer
I've been in web development for 3 years and have some experience with HTML, CSS, JS, Python and PHP languages. I've been working with Wordpress, Magento, Electron, React JS, React Native and Django. Any of these would be good to work on at Codebar! : )
I am a web/mobile developer at Theodo UK. I am one of just 3 woman developers there out of ~35! I studied Computing at Imperial College London before. I would love to coach/mentor women in tech.
I get frustrated by the fact that 14 years after I graduated from computer sciences people are still surprised to find a female programmer. Encouraging others to learn to program is a great way to do something about it.
Software development manager at Amazon working on Alexa's Q&A systems.
I love teaching people interesting skills and see a lot of potential societal growth with the usage of technology
I am a developer, I want to deepen my technical skill by teaching people how to learn
Hello! I'm a frontend engineer working in fintech. I switched to tech from education when I was in my late 20's. I want to contribute in getting more people from underrepresented groups to have a career in tech, thus making the whole industry more diverse
Help people learn coding. I'm specialized in analytics, reporting, database. Mostly python and SQL.
I am a software engineering apprentice at Google and I have built numerous projects like a compiler, apps, website and currently working on a machine learning library.
From student to an organiser and coach. Reach out to me if I can be of help.