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.
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.
Hello! I love the idea of this group, and I would like to join you as a coach. I am a programmer and have more than 3 years of professional working experience. I have a lot of experience in web development and some experience in hybrid mobile application
I've just recently graduated from a local coding bootcamp (Northcoders Manchester) and I'm looking to embed the knowledge I've picked up by coaching others, helping them overcome problems I've experienced and new ones.
I'm interested in improving the diversity in the IT industry because all it takes is a brain and a handful of fingers: never a playing field has been so levelled and there is no reason anyone should be underrepresented.
Sharing knowledge and making a diverse tech world is what got me excited about programming in the first place. I've started my first job as a Junior Product Engineer after completing the Constructor Labs bootcamp over summer and I want to pay it forward!
I'm interested in working on machine learning/data science/NLP projects, and in contributing to open source. I currently work as a software engineering for an AI start-up. I've been coding (mainly in Python) for about two years now.
I recently completed a Full Stack Coding Bootcamp at DigitalCrafts and am eager to transition my career focus toward a challenging position as a Software Engineer formally in the Finance Industry.
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.