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 :)
I started programming as a hobby around 17 years ago. At that time I also was into video-game hacking. Much later, I realised I could make a living from my hobby and took it seriously. I'm currently working for 8thLight and liking functional programming
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.
Software Developer at CoachHub, alumni of ThoughtWorks. As I studied at Makers and also finished two Code First: Girls coding courses I am aware of the challenges that most new starters might face and here to help and explain as clearly as possible. :)
I have been a software developer for more than fifteen years and have mentored a number of junior developers in that time. I am very interested in improving diversity and inclusion in the tech industry, which draws me to codebar.
I would like to guide beginners both in what is already done (web dev, versioning, etc) and in some new field: with the friends from Founders and Coders we have started what they called *uncompetitive* competitive coding, also to better in interviews.
I'm a Site Reliability Engineer at Government Digital Service. I specialise in infrastructure and high scale web applications, but have a variety of development experience, including mobile apps. I like to help others learn to code.
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!
Hey! I am trying to get my girlfriend to one of these events after I met one of the organizers at a screening of CODE in Berlin. So, I thought maybe I could be a coach and then she would have to come. I worked as a Python programmer since 3 years.
I'd like to share my interest in computers with those who would otherwise be unlikely to experience how useful code can be. I've been doing software/computer related things for a variety of commercial, academic and voluntary organisations.
I am an experimental physicist whose software work is mainly in c++, but also heavily use python. I would be interested in helping with workshops on python / linux / git / embedded programming. Would also be interested in helping develop a c++ tutorial.
I've been programming for about 7 years now, using various languages and technologies. Currently I work for Alces Software (alces-software.com). I'd like to help out teaching people and sharing what I know :).
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 want to get over my imposter syndrome and fill the gaps in my basic knowledge that I have noticed lately. At the moment I am trying to build my personal website from scratch. Happy to help out as much as I can, I'm keen in sharing my skills.
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 went to Makers Academy, so I'm at a beginning-junior-developer level. I'm ok with command line, Git, Ruby, Sinatra, Rails, and various CI tools. Might need a bit more practice or lead time before I can offer support or coaching in other areas.