In short, I love SQL. I'm currently working as a product manager (analytics) at lyst. I'm also an ex engineer, working in languages such as python, is and php. I would love to share my passion with someone who's yet to discover the power of sql.
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've been teaching 500+ people to learn programming in Uni Turku, Rails Girls, Django Girls, Boost Summer of Programming, mehackit and Koodimentori.fi courses/workshops. I currently work as a developer at Futurice.
I'm a Data Engineer at FanDuel, I saw a call for CodeBar mentors on our internal mailing list and thought it was a worthwhile thing to do. I work on projects in Python and SQL and in the past I've written things in Java and a game for Nintendo DS in C++.
I'd like to teach tech (HTML/CSS/Python/Ruby/JS) and coach ppl into better jobs. I co-ran a small tech agency for 4 years. I was a demonstrator at uni, taught a few recent "beginner days", have given a workshop & a few short talks on various tech topics.
I am a Software Engineer working mainly with angularjs, Java and Oracle SQL. I'd like to get involved with coaching at codebar as meeting people making their first steps into development always gets me inspired to keep adding to my own personal learning.
I am studying for an MSc in HCI (UX). I have 14 years experience working in the IT industry and I want to encourage women and girls to join the coding community. I love the creative process of coding. I am also a potter, rower and cyclist.
Hiya coders! I'm a C# developer with experience in the financial services industry. I was bootcamp-trained at Sparta Global and used to be a student at Codebar. I can help you with .Net Core, Vue, testing, interview preparation, CV tips, and more :->
I'm a web developer who loves making weird and fun things with code. I spent the last 9 years working in startups of various sizes and love helping developers grow and progress. I currently work at Applied where we help people hire fairly and diversely.
Lead software engineer at the BGL Group. I enjoy mentoring and coaching within my team. I've given a couple of lightening talks at BGL's tech conference, Meta. Would be great to get involved in some coaching/pairing/collective learning.
Help teach people to code! I've got a strong background in front-end and server side development, SQL/NO-SQL, .NET, typescript, functional programming, TDD, automated testing and concurrency.
As a software developer from a non-tech background, I think many people perceive the field as scary/bleak/uninteresting. I disagree! I feel it's creative and full of opportunities, and would like to share this. I'd also like to get better at teaching.
I'm working as a machine learning engineer, so I could work on python, R, and maybe on databases & SQL too ! I've never done courses like that in the past. I came in Oslo for my very first job and I started last month, so it is very new to me.
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
I have been working as a backend .Net developer for about 6 years now for a range of companies, spanning from finance software to E-Commerce websites. I currently work for Good Energy as part of the mobile development team serving the app data via an API.
I'm an experienced developer working in Perl. I've been training junior developers for the last ten years. I do open source and speak at OSS conferences (mostly about mentoring).
I've been working as a Software Developer for over 3 years and have a degree in Computer Science - but nearly trained as a teacher. My bread and butter is Java / SQL / building API's - but I love helping out folks where I can
I'd like to help people get to grips with core programming concepts and computer science knowledge. I currently work as a software architect and lead a team of Python software engineers. I enjoy teaching and coaching and also volunteer at Django Girls .
I'm a heavy user of Linux (Python/Bash) and Emacs, I've done professional Web dev (PHP/JS/Java/etc.), I like functional programming (Lisp/Scheme/ML/Haskell/etc.) and formal verification (Coq/Agda/Idris/etc.). I also like AI (GOFAI and machine learning).
I'm a hybrid mobile and full stack developer, currently using Ionic, TS React & Angular day to day developing apps for a healthcare software house . I'd love to get involved in helping out others with anything web related and giving back to the community
I'd be happy to contribute to reduce disparities in access to tech. I have experience working with data with Python, R, and SQL, and as an academic tutor. I am a queer emigrant working in tech, passionate about language, self-taught coder.
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 went from not being able to code at all to making a video game for a presentation and using Python for data analysis. I want to help other people, especially women, learn to code and realise that it's not as scary or difficult a prospect as it seems.
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
I've been working as a Software Engineer for more than 3 years (PHP mostly, now Java). I fell in love with this profession; you can meet amazing people while creating really nice stuff, and i'd like to share my passion and knowledge while learning from u!