I hack HTML/CSS/Ruby/JS/SQL. And PHP if I must. Stuff I've done: Three Rings (volunteer management), OxUni library websites, put little red tractors on milk, freedeedpoll.org.uk, contributed to WordPress codebase, de-facto Ruby MOTP implementation...
I'm a lead software engineer working on business applications at PeopleDoc. I'll happily teach HTML/CSS/JS to the students. I once used to be a teacher, for 2 years at SupDeWeb, Paris, and I've been an engineering/project manager for the past 4 years.
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 am an IT professional with over 10 years of experience working with a broad range of technologies and projects such as client server, integrations, web development, bits of mobile, dev ops, etc. I have worked for private and public enterprises & startup
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!
I'd like to use my coding skills to help people learn to code. I like Functional Programming and currently I work for Codurance. I have done (either professionally or purely for learning) Haskell, Scala, PHP, Ruby, Java, JS, React and others :)
This is my first time teaching in a public setting. I have close to 8 years of working with Web technologies, both front-end and backend (HTML, JS, CSS, Python, beginner Elixir). I'm really passionate about learning and teaching is a great way to learn.
I've worked as an academic scientist and as a scientist / software engineer / data scientist in industry. At codebar I'd like to help people feel empowered to chase after software roles outside of web/fullstack.
I am a front end / LAMP dev with 15+ years experience. I am keen to empower the next generation of devs. Despite many recruitment initiatives our industry is still male-dominated, this needs to change. I am also a qualified workplace trainer