I've attended a bootcamp some 5 years ago and switched career to be a software developer. In the years since I've worked in various roles across the stack. I've attended codebar in the past as a mentor and it was a great experience!
Experienced developer at Float. I've really enjoyed the mentoring that I've done as part of my job. I've also grown more and more frustrated at the lack of diversity in the industry and I'm looking to help with that.
Hi, I've been a developer for 13 years, working in lots of different areas, including video games, networked audio and web development. I really love programming and programming languages. I'm also a trans woman, a lesbian and a total nerd.
I am a fulltime web developer, with fullstack web development experience. As part of my job, I get deployed to client site to work with different people on varies of projects, to both upskill myself and help to support everyone around me.
Here to volunteer and help out at workshops! I'm primarily a backend developer who works with Node.js; I can bring good infrastructure, architecture and application planning skills and I love meeting and talking to other developers :)
I want to help our industry to become more diverse, I think it's good for everyone. I also enjoy mentoring and meeting new people. I have several years experience in operations which has become increasingly code driven over the last few years.
Help teach people to code! I've got a strong background in front-end and server side development, SQL/NO-SQL, .NET, typescript, functional programming, TDD, automated testing and concurrency.
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
I've been a software engineer for close to 8 years. Being a self-taught software developer, I believe that anyone has the ability to learn how to code, and I would like to support new/less experienced developers learn/ improve their development skills.
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.
Canadian backend engineer at a Fintech startup here in London. I work with Java, microservices, databases, AWS, pipelines, etc. I am giving my first technical talks in May at µCon London 2019 (on building a search microservice and independent services)!
I've been collaborating in some open source projects for a while, I enjoyed join a community and also help to grow a community. Now, I'm dedicating effort into learning outside the development world, like Product Manager skills and UX
I enjoy teaching and helping others. People with a different background than me will look at a problem differently and see an opportunity I may have missed. Helping people with different backgrounds learn to code helps us all
I am currently working as a software team lead. I really enjoy the mentoring aspect of my job, and I would like to have an opportunity to do more of that at a larger scale. I also want to encourage diversity in the field, and to help demystify tech.
I'm used to work in many languages and stacks (frontend, backend, AI/Data-science). I'm CTO in a Berlin startup, and can help on mentoring, DDD, entrepreneurship (mentoring for VC or bootstrapped business) and career development.
In codebar I want to use my skills to enable new people to do awesome stuff! I'm a 4th year student of computer science in UPC. I went to a lot of Hackathons across europe and EEUU. I also work in CAPSiDE as a python developer
I have worked in software for almost 20 years as developer, architect and tech lead, building software for different types of businesses . I'm currently working at Photobox, helping to reimagine the way users create their books.
I want to grow my skills as a polyglot engineer. I currently work on a cloud based SaaS focused on python, java and have experience with Linux servers. I want to grow my skills as an engineer by teaching what I know and learning what I don't.
I've worked in tech for a long time, and been involved with various meetups in my home town in NZ, but here in Brighton I'd like to add a more active mentoring component. A long time ago I was a lab tutor at a university, and very much enjoyed it.
Hi, I am a Big Data Consultant at Netlight Helsinki, Finland. I have more than 3 years experience in Data Science and Data Engineering projects. I have taken a workshop on Deep learning in NLP and I am interested to do more of those.
Hi I'm Liam! Originally from New Zealand, now living in London. I used to be a secondary school teacher, before retraining in IT. I am now a consultant at Infinity Works. Lots of spare time on my hands right now, thought I'd help out where I can!
I'm a senior software engineer at ThoughtWorks. I have been working as a fullstack software engineer since graduating from a Computer Science degree in 2014 & keen to teach others what I've learned over the years about backend development.
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've been an engineer for over 8 years and have experience in Java, JS, Go and Python. In recent times I have been focusing on server-side development, and in the past I have worked with front-end development and Android development.
I’d like to help out in a coaching capacity. In the past I’ve helped out with Step into Tech events so have some experience with mentoring. I’m currently working at BT as a Cloud Software Architect, working with a variety of tech daily
Currently VP of Engineering @ Yieldify. I like to code and help businesses succeed by implementing scalable processes. I'd love to help someone on their journey to becoming a professional software engineer.
I've worked in software development for ~6 years and recently ran a graduate bootcamp over 4 months which I really enjoyed doing. I'd like the opportunity to continue coaching and teaching and to help make our industry a more diverse and inclusive place.
I enjoy sharing what I know - no question is a bad question. I've been a software engineer for 10+ years as an individual contributor as well as a manager, and can share perspectives from both.