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.
Previously worked in education with Microsoft Education UK links where I ran a tech club at my school for 3 years. Since then have been volunteering at Step Into Tech for 18 months, running code and design workshops for students. Volunteered at Untangled.
Hi I'm a frontend web developer. I work for a design agency and also freelance part time. I am also a qualified teacher and before becoming a developer worked as a primary school teacher for several years. I would like to help others learn to code.
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 am currently working as a software team lead. I really enjoy the mentoring aspect of my job, and I would like to have an opportunity to do more of that at a larger scale. I also want to encourage diversity in the field, and to help demystify tech.
I would like to work on the web tech stacks from html,css and js. Would love to share the very bit of knowledge that I have to other students whom are enthusiastic about code and willing to learn new things as I too am learning as I go through my career.
I've worked in many fields, and know many languages, as well as embedded and electronics work. I've always had an interest in teaching, and always happy to help those that need it. I've aways been ready to mentor those within the companies I've worked for
I have a Bachelor's and Master's in Electronics and communication engineering. I worked as an Assistant Professor(ECE) back in India. I recently graduated from Flatiron school's Full stack web development course. I would love to help new coders!
Being able to build software has opened many doors for me in my career. I recognise that a good deal of privilege gave me the opportunity to learn and improve my knowledge, and to make a career out of it. This box has limited characters :(
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.
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 love to mentor and share knowledge ,and am glad to be part of this great social cause. I am a B.Tech CS graduate, have 2+ years experience in Tata Consultancy Services. I am a self-taught Front End/Web Developer now and willing to share my knowledge.
I’m a dev that changed career from physics and maths teacher to software, and appreciate the struggle it entails, intellectually, energetically and emotionally. I’d like to support others in their journey.
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 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.
Hello, I’m a Junior Web Developer who has recently completed a 3 month Full-Stack Software Engineering Immersive course over at General Assembly. I’m really keen to apply what I've learnt and would be looking to make friends and mentors in the industry.
I'm a full stack developer with LAMP and MERN stack experience. Myself is one of underrepresented group in the tech field. I would like to help more people from this group to get into the tech field for better tomorrow.
I have been learning to code with Founders and Coders since March, having worked on the pre requisites for the course all last year. We have dived deep into HTML, CSS and JS and I'm keen to share my knowledge with other learners.
Hi I am a student of Bootcamp in Glasgow. Was attending online codebars as a student and can't be grateful enough for help, support and advices I've got from my tutors. Now feel confident enough to teach. Biggest challenge in my learning was being bilingu
I finished Makers in October 2017, and since then I've worked as a backend developer at Funding Circle. At codebar I'd be happy to help with any problems, from working on basics, solving katas etc. to helping someone trying to build out an application