I want to help people to learn how to code. I work as a front-end/dev-ops developer in London.
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++.
Hi! I'm Giuseppe, and I'm a Software Engineer at VMware. I'm Italian, now back in Italy after living in London for ~5 years. I love coaching on any topic I'm familiar with but I'm particularly interested in software design, refactoring and testing.
Help out other people learning to code
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.
I'm an FP evangelist, so I'd like to practice my mentor skills.
I'm an experienced developer working in Perl. I've been training junior developers for the last ten years. I do open source and speak at OSS conferences (mostly about mentoring).
I program in Erlang by day, and in Emacs Lisp by night. I look forward to helping people learn more about programming.
Berlin. Working as a software developer using mainly React Native and TypeScript. Most confident in Front End related technologies and languages.
I'm an SRE at Goldman Sachs in London, and I believe in the value of a broader, more diverse industry. I try to help out with efforts to improve this when I can.
I want to pass on my skills to underrepresented groups in tech.
I want to improve my teaching and communication skills and meet new people. I am a frontend developer for 4 years.
I'm learning java and also want to learn something else
Graduate of the awesome Founders & Coders bootcamp. Currently working as a software engineer at Formidable. Previously at Ticketmaster. Most keen to help people with React or vanilla JS projects and learning CSS and HTML!
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
I'm a Data Engineer at FanDuel, I saw a call for CodeBar mentors on our internal mailing list and thought it was a worthwhile thing to do. I work on projects in Python and SQL and in the past I've written things in Java and a game for Nintendo DS in C++.
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!
I'm a software engineer at BGL Life working mainly with C#, ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET. I've co-organized couple BGL Life ASP.NET Core workshops and conducted one at BGL Meta 2018. Passionate about TDD, pair and mob programming.
I love teaching. I taught school children game development, I taught students assembly language and I was a mentor at my work for interns teams to teach them how to program in our application. I am interested to see if codebar is the place for me
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.
I'm a Software Engineer at comparethemarket.com and a chapter organiser of codebar Peterborough. I previously attended codebar as a student when I was a stay-at-home mum trying to learn programming, so I know how valuable these workshops can be :)
Lead Engineer at NEVERBLAND. I like solving problems.
i'm an android developer occasionally writing some webapps. Used to teach kids to code.
I am a Makers Academy graduate currently working for Datanauts in Brighton. Would like to become a coach to pass on some of the knowledge I've learned and help create some new coders!
I'm an Engineering Manager based in Edinburgh. Previously I have also been a Teaching Assistant at a university where I realised I like helping people out when I can. I also held ruby tutorials to my co-workers as well.
JS/Front End Engineer looking to help other women in the space. I self-taught myself programming over 12 years ago when I was in high school so I could buy expensive purses, and now I am a Lead Engineer at Nike so I can buy expensive shoes.
I'd like to practice teaching. I'm a developer for a several years and I had presented at meetups but I don't have much experience with teaching. I would also have a few words regarding the teaching materials, as jQuery in 2019 is a bit obsolete.
I've just recently graduated from a local coding bootcamp (Northcoders Manchester) and I'm looking to embed the knowledge I've picked up by coaching others, helping them overcome problems I've experienced and new ones.