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 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)
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'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
I believe that tech should be available to everyone and coding is one of those things that can be if people have the right environment. I want to help provide that learning environment where people can be open and learn knowing that it's OK to not know.
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/
I a full stack developer with a flexible array of experience in software development. My main stack is the MERN stack but I currently work with the .NET framework at my organization where I am enrolled as a National Service Person.
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.
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 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'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 have worked in software for almost 20 years as developer, architect and tech lead, building software for different types of businesses . I'm currently working at Photobox, helping to reimagine the way users create their books.
I want to grow my skills as a polyglot engineer. I currently work on a cloud based SaaS focused on python, java and have experience with Linux servers. I want to grow my skills as an engineer by teaching what I know and learning what I don't.
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'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.
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 senior software engineer at ThoughtWorks. I have been working as a fullstack software engineer since graduating from a Computer Science degree in 2014 & keen to teach others what I've learned over the years about backend development.
CTO at a London based tech start up with a Rails, GO and other things stack. Always keen to improve the diversity of my teams and my community to ensure the best outcomes for those around me and the projects I work on. 15+ years in the game.
Over the past six months I've been trying to appreciate the importance of diversity. I feel codebar can help me learn more and improve my worldview. I'm a software engineer for Airts Ltd, with 7 years of experience writing enterprise software.