I want to help build a diverse engineering culture - only when worked on by diverse teams technical products can become the all-encompassing change agents we envision. I am working at Pivotal Labs, were we teach devs through pairing day by day.
I started programming as a hobby around 17 years ago. At that time I also was into video-game hacking. Much later, I realised I could make a living from my hobby and took it seriously. I'm currently working for 8thLight and liking functional programming
I just graduated from the Founders & Coders bootcamp, and also just mentored the next cohort for a week. I want to keep teaching and helping people who are learning to code. I have lots of HTML/CSS experience, and a reasonable amount of React.
I am a fulltime web developer, with fullstack web development experience. As part of my job, I get deployed to client site to work with different people on varies of projects, to both upskill myself and help to support everyone around me.
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'm a software engineer at BGL Life working mainly with C#, ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET. I've co-organized couple BGL Life ASP.NET Core workshops and conducted one at BGL Meta 2018. Passionate about TDD, pair and mob programming.
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.
I have been working on open source projects for now over 8 years. Programming and teaching are my truly passion. I have the eager to learn and the eager to share my knowledges to others, and vice versa. I'm also the creator of "pH7CMS" (pH7Builder).
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
Experienced C# developer and tutor/mentor for new developers. I actively practice a wide range of techniques and development methodologies including, but not limited to: TDD, Pair Programming, SOLID principles & AGILE
Junior C# developer in the financial services industry. I taught myself basic web development from January 2018 and then did an intensive bootcamp at Sparta Global, before starting my first software engineering job in July '18.
I'd love to be able to mentor those starting on their journey as a programmer, I've gone through a Makers Academy bootcamp earlier in the year, followed by a month long contract work at the V&A and currently due to start as a Software Engineer
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.
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!