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 previously volunteered as a coding mentor at CoderDojo in London during my CS MSc there last year, and I am keen to keep helping people to learn how to code now that I live and work in Berlin; especially if they never thought they'd be able to code.
I'm a software engineer with a focus on infrastructure as code and distributed systems. I've been a professional software engineer for 5 years, and would love to share what I've learnt and give something back to the community.
Been working professionally with Java since 2007. Started using kotlin more than a year ago and it has almost completely replaced Java in my daily work. Enjoy writing in Go. In my spare time I learn about frontend, playing with things like react.
I learned how to program at the Recurse Center, then somehow was part of the tech industry. Now I'm at Windmill building tools to make development easier and more transparent. I want to help others get as excited about code and problem solving as I am!
Hi! I'm Curtis. I like to coach, mentor, teach, and write curriculum. Please check out my LinkedIn for background and references. https://www.linkedin.com/in/cschlak
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 want to help people build the confidence needed to start a career in Software Development. It took me 4 years to have that myself and after 2 years as a Software Engineer, I learned that half of the job is simply trusting that you can learn/do it.
I've coached at Codebar @ Google sessions. I've been a Software Engineer for ~15 years in the industry, the last 9 years of which as an SRE at Google. I typically work in Python and Go, but have an interest in Rust. Outside of work I play D&D.
I've helped organising (and I've mentored) a variety of events in the past, from society events at UCL, to Django Girls and she++ events in London. Codebar seems like a perfect match to keep on helping people enter tech.
I have worked in the industry for nearly 30 years, and it is very white male-oriented, so Codebar is a great project. I have a degree in Computer Science, a Masters in Music Technology and a PhD in Blockchain Technologies.