I have been a software developer for more than fifteen years and have mentored a number of junior developers in that time. I am very interested in improving diversity and inclusion in the tech industry, which draws me to codebar.
I'd like to share my interest in computers with those who would otherwise be unlikely to experience how useful code can be. I've been doing software/computer related things for a variety of commercial, academic and voluntary organisations.
My background is a mix of technical and business in SMB/SME environments - charity & museum specialist. Specific technologies would be Microsoft stack development (.NET based) but also C, C++, Python. Hobby interest in IoT and electronics, craft/making.
I am an IT professional with over 10 years of experience working with a broad range of technologies and projects such as client server, integrations, web development, bits of mobile, dev ops, etc. I have worked for private and public enterprises & startup
6+ years of Android, lots of Java/Web before; currently at Trainline. I've actively contributed to Glide (Android image lib) for 3 years & dealt with user questions/issues. Personal projects: http://www.twisterrob.net/project/
Python, python for data science, machine learning python. I am a machine learning scientist at ASOS producing fashion recommendation models. Previously I programmed in C++ for a software company and did a PhD principally using python.
I'm interested in improving the diversity in the IT industry because all it takes is a brain and a handful of fingers: never a playing field has been so levelled and there is no reason anyone should be underrepresented.
I love coding and technical problem solving. I am passionate about empowering underrepresented minorities by supporting them as they learn to code. I'm currently a PM at Google, and have worked on Android, Chrome, and now Maps. I have a bachelors in CS.
I am studying in Aalto University with Game Design and Production as my major. Currently I am also employed fulltime at Shipyard Games as a game programmer. In addition to game development I am interested in computer graphics and computer networks.
I have many years of experience in backend development; good knowledge in Python, Ruby, C and Shell Script, and a strong background on algorithms. I can support people who want to learn about web development, scripting and algorithms.
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 work with satellite imagery, processing and data management but I love all things computing - Health, Education, Finance, Engineering, Entertainment in various guises and also tech for aid & development. I was a VSO volunteer in Ethiopia a while back &
I'm an Engineering Manager based in Edinburgh. Previously I have also been a Teaching Assistant at a university where I realised I like helping people out when I can. I also held ruby tutorials to my co-workers as well.
I am interested in coaching people, mostly in Python and C. I have tutored high school and university students before and enjoyed doing it. I have also attended a codebar event as a coach previously and found it great, so I want to do more.
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'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.
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 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 enjoy mentoring, and have trained a few graduates in Java (Spring, JPA) and JS (React). I like students who have questions, and can communicate what they're thinking. Advanced students get a lot out of me. I also like low-level stuff and devops.