I've been programming for about 7 years now, using various languages and technologies. Currently I work for Alces Software (alces-software.com). I'd like to help out teaching people and sharing what I know :).
I previously volunteered as a coding mentor at CoderDojo in London during my CS MSc there last year, and I am keen to keep helping people to learn how to code now that I live and work in Berlin; especially if they never thought they'd be able to code.
Hi, I've been a developer for 13 years, working in lots of different areas, including video games, networked audio and web development. I really love programming and programming languages. I'm also a trans woman, a lesbian and a total nerd.
Used to help organise London Django meetup group where we worked to increase diversity (hard) and implement a CoC (easier). I'd like to help improve the diversity of the programming industry because I think it's losing out by being white male dominated.
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 have been working in IT for over 10 years and for the last 5 as a Linux system administrator years. I able to help out with the a few different scripting languages as well as general linux related queries. Projects I contribute to: auter configsnap
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 am Arushi Singhal, Senior Year undergraduate at IIIT-Hyderabad. I was past intern of Outreachy Round 16 with Linux Kernel. I was also the Google-Code-In Mentor 2017 with OpenWISP and SugarLabs. Apart from this, I have done data science intern at RBEI.
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 algorithms Idris Eta PureScript functional programming Scala software architecture TypeScript Linux Haskell java python bash php
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
Currently heading engineering at Twyla. Previously worn many different hats in domains including security, finance, networking, data centers etc. Been contributing to OSS for a reasonable chunk of my life.
David introduced me to the project and I would like to help in any way I can. I'm a member of the Kubenetes project, organizer of the Cloud Native Barcelona meetup and SRE at CAPSiDE working with Azure, Google Cloud and AWS.
Web development flows through my veins, without it I’m not alive. I’m merging with technology to create the future today! Let’s build the web together and while we’re at it, let’s have a chat.
Hi, I'm a DevOps Cloud Engineer based in Edinburgh and looking to promote automation and infrastructure as code. Always available to help new developers, to share tips and tricks with best practices of coding.
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 think coding is a skill anyone can find useful and want to introduce and get people interested in it. I've been a software developer for a few years and can comfortably teach Python and Golang. Could do Matlab or C++ for beginners if needed
I've worked in tech for a long time, and been involved with various meetups in my home town in NZ, but here in Brighton I'd like to add a more active mentoring component. A long time ago I was a lab tutor at a university, and very much enjoyed it.
I want to coach! I have been writing software professionally since 2013, and as an amateur for 25 years before that. I'm currently working in C# (with heavy reliance on the functional library language-ext) but my strongest language is probably Python.