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'm a Senior Mobile Engineer, as well as a volunteer instructor for Code First: Girls. I am passionate about the world of technology a bit more diverse and inclusive. I believe anyone can make it with enough passion.
I'm a web developer working with: React, React Native, REST, GraphQL, Node, Express, Mongo, Mongoose, Meteor. Some of the stuff I've done: https://www.fulbacho.net/activities http://mylastapp.herokuapp.com/ https://www.sportyspots.com
Software developer. Computer science graduate. Web development bootcamp graduate. Experienced in coaching junior developers at work, and coaching children in youth clubs and summer camps. Experienced at public speaking, in stand-up comedy clubs mostly.
I've been in web development for 3 years and have some experience with HTML, CSS, JS, Python and PHP languages. I've been working with Wordpress, Magento, Electron, React JS, React Native and Django. Any of these would be good to work on at Codebar! : )
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’ve been working on frontend and backend (web), mobile app development for five years and instructing React Native trainings. Recently I started working as a user interface designer which has been quite fun. Happy to talk about all of those!
I work as a consultant in Futurice, and also doing frontend development combined with design as UI/UX. I was doing a lot of React and frontend in general and worked as a teacher at my university and also did a lot of mentoring in Aalto student projects.
I enjoy teaching and helping others. People with a different background than me will look at a problem differently and see an opportunity I may have missed. Helping people with different backgrounds learn to code helps us all