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
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 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.
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 4 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 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.
Full-stack dev with over 14 years of experience. I have done it all: e-commerce, internet banking, social apps, real-time trading engines, sports betting, ML/AI... you name it! Expert in C# but proficient in many other languages.
I get excited about graphics programming, ed-tech, VR, physics (and lots of other things too!). Prior to moving to Oxford I was working as a graphics programmer job for Microsoft. Now I'm working on side-projects and freelancing here and there
Hi! I work at Northcoders which is a coding bootcamp in Manchester. I love teaching code, but I do a bit less of that in my job now than I used to so hence signing up to coach at Codebar. I love code, yoga, reading, and learning foreign languages!
I am a London based software developer specialised in front-end technologies. Currently working at JustGiving as a Senior Front-end Engineer. In the past I worked at Gumtree / eBay ECG, IBM, The App Business. After 15 years of involvement with software de
I want to help people learn! I've taught and organized software carpentry workshops before as part of my job. This involved teaching various scientists of different disciplines, the principles of programming, version control, and unix shell.