I want to help people to learn how to code. I work as a front-end/dev-ops developer in London.
Hi! I'm Giuseppe, and I'm a Software Engineer at Pivotal. I'm Italian but I've been living in London since 2015 :) I love to coach on any topic I'm familiar with but I'm particularly interested in software design, refactoring and testing.
I'm a developer mainly working with EE. Mostly a backend dev but sometimes call my self a "full stack" since I got the basics of HTML/CSS/Browser js down, just not very good at making things pretty. Enjoy explaining things as I learn more in the process.
I program in Erlang by day, and in Emacs Lisp by night. I look forward to helping people learn more about programming.
Software Engineer, creative and detail-oriented. Geek. I fix things that aren't broken.
I'm tying to polish my web-dev skills, primarily trying to improve my css, react, and d3 skills. I am an entrepreneur and a hobbyist programmer. I would also love to help to mentor in order to give back to the community.
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.
Student at Founders and Coders.
I'm a Software Engineer from UBA (Universidad de Buenos Aires). I moved to Barcelona in 2013 to do a Master in Security and High performance computing. Now I'm running the BCN office of Lemonade software development, a Belgium company.
Python. I work as a data engineer and have previous experience using Flask.
Studied philosophy at university, self-taught software engineer, currently working for Heroku, a Salesforce company. I enjoy helping people reach their potential, and giving back to that which has given me so much.
I want to mentor students on html, css, node js and vanilla js. I've just completed an 8 week bootcamp at founders and coders and would love to share my knowledge with someone who would really benefit from good mentoring/ coaching.
i'm an android developer occasionally writing some webapps. Used to teach kids to code.
I like coding and vegan ice cream.
Software engineer at Google; I'm a generalist with a lean towards back-end systems, but I can also help with basic front-end and scripting languages. I ♥ Python! (and there's lots of love for other languages too)
Coaching. I am a recent graduate from Makers Academy
Help build peoples confidence in frontend languages and skills, something I been working with for many years.
After doing bits of FreeCodeCamp and creating helpful code (in python) to help the charity I worked for, I decided to redirect my career towards programming. I am currently doing ConstructorLabs course.
I've worked as Manager & Python Developer in the fields of 3D/VFX and medical education. I'm also very interested in data science, machine learning and deep learning. Passionate about person development and learning; I enjoy helping people learn!
I have been coding for around the last 12 years, primarily .NET and JS, and complaining about lack of diversity in industry for nearly as long.
in love with all js related, full-stack wannabe
I make things and help people learn how to make things...
I like working in Python and Java.
Front-end developer with a 7 years’ experience working building UIs and digital interactive experiences. I favour semantically structured markup, accessibility, CSS, and JS. I'd love to give back part of what I learned so far, and learn new things too.
I'm very passionate about increasing diversity/inclusivity in tech!
I would like to join as a Coach. I have been working with Software Development for more than 7 years. Would like to share some of my experiences with others...
I am one of the codebar Barcelona organizers.
I'm from Iceland, now live in London and work at GitHub. I used to help run meetups and nodeschool in Iceland and would love to help out at Codebar.
Would love to teach Python, C++ and a little bit of software engineering. Programming in C / Unix since 1980 (seriously). Lectured in software engineering at U of Sussex. Now director of southcoastscience.com - writing IoT firmware in Python and C++.
I'd like to help out where I can. I'm a young(ish) white, male, native-english-speaking software engineer with 18 years of professional experience that would like this industry be a lot more diverse. Too many people in my field look like me :-)