I'm a Junior Application Engineer at The LEGO Group. I started coding properly in 2016, and I attended a bootcamp in 2017. I love gaming and crafting. I am a member of the South London Makerspace. I also love playing Dungeons and Dragons!
Fell in love with the pure creativity of code and switched to the #000 side. Combine client-facing skills and user advocacy along with love of making. Currently contracting on React/Node.js projects and looking for a role that combines client-facing skill
Full-stack dev with over 14 years of experience. I have done it all: e-commerce, internet banking, social apps, real-time trading engines, sports betting, ML/AI... you name it! Expert in C# but proficient in many other languages.
My profile page: http://taifatang.com I myself is a programmer conversion. I studied Biomedical and Forensic Msc. It was scary to take a career leap. I started off paying for a courses and 2 years on my life has changed. I wish same can be done for others
I’m Jared Palmer and instead of hunting and gathering, I run a software team that builds epic stuff for companies, startups, and governments. I’m passionate about open source and have authored a few libraries such as Formik, Razzle, and Backpack.
Love to help people out, either with helping them find their own way through a problem, or with more structured tutorials. Got my start with BASIC & PHP, and have had a long chunk of JS, Ruby and other things since. Am currently diving into Elixir. 😊
Senior Software Developer at Futurice in Helsinki. I speak at local meetups, have a youtube channel, and podcast called composing code (music + code). Check my twitter link for details. English Native, Intermediate French, Basic Finnish and Russian.
I am a developer at ThoughtWorks Barcelona. I like functional programming, formal verification and domain driven design. My preferred language is Haskell, though I am proficient also in PureScript, Scala, Java, Idris, TypeScript, Python and PHP.
skills: domain driven design Test Driven Development Type Theory Formal Verification software architecture Haskell Idris Eta PureScript functional programming php bash Scala algorithms Linux java python TypeScript
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 recently moved to Edinburgh and started working with Claudia, another of your coaches. I have >15 years in the industry. Until recently I was a Senior Software Engineer at Google. In a past career, I was a professional Maths teacher in England.
Hello! I'm a frontend engineer working in fintech. I switched to tech from education when I was in my late 20's. I want to contribute in getting more people from underrepresented groups to have a career in tech, thus making the whole industry more diverse
I like giving back to the community by helping other folks learn development, particularly web. I recently moved from Seattle, where I volunteered a few days a week TAing in a high school with TEALS and in prisons a few a month through Unloop (no profits)
I'm a software engineer with experience in Angular, Java, and iOS Development, which is my current role. I want to work at codebar because I enjoy teaching people and inspire them about what they can create and when they feel empowered.
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 strive to make the web more inclusive and a safe place for everyone! If we want to inspire positive change in the world, we need to take action - learning to code is a great way to take control of our experiences with technology and the web.
I've been collaborating in some open source projects for a while, I enjoyed join a community and also help to grow a community. Now, I'm dedicating effort into learning outside the development world, like Product Manager skills and UX
Front end dev with 15+ years experience, having begun as a LAMP developer. Despite many recruitment initiatives our industry is still male-dominated, this needs to change. I am also a qualified workplace trainer and Scrum Master.
New front end software developer. I've volunteered at other similar learning environments such as CoderDojo and myself was a teacher in the past. I'd like to promote a positive environment and help explain topics in a clear, easy-to-understand way.
I'm used to work in many languages and stacks (frontend, backend, AI/Data-science). I'm CTO in a Berlin startup, and can help on mentoring, DDD, entrepreneurship (mentoring for VC or bootstrapped business) and career development.
I would like to practice my TDD, design, pairing and coaching skills. I've been working as a software developer for the last 10 years, doing TDD for 7 years. I'm passionate about Extreme Programming, Domain Driven Design and DevOps.
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.
I'm a full-stack software engineer but focusing on server-side languages in my current job. I have been in the industry (professionally) for about 15 years. I'd love the chance to give back and help others learn to code.
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.
Passing on my passion for creating cool things with code. Working as a full stack dev at Ghyston (creating bespoke software for local businesses), alongside various open-source and jamstack/expo projects in my spare time.
I’m a front-end developer. I’ve been implementing web applications for over 10 years. I enjoy solving problems in a wide variety of environments and languages for small businesses and I like to learn other people how to be a good developer.
I'd love to help others learn to code. I started learning on my own 2 years ago, and I remember how tough it was. After attending a bootcamp, I realized how helpful in-person communication is, and I'd be happy to provide that to those who are struggling.
I've helped organising (and I've mentored) a variety of events in the past, from society events at UCL, to Django Girls and she++ events in London. Codebar seems like a perfect match to keep on helping people enter tech.