I'd like to help out where I can. I'm a young(ish) white, male, native-english-speaking software engineer with 18 years of professional experience that would like this industry be a lot more diverse. Too many people in my field look like me :-)
Hello! I love the idea of this group, and I would like to join you as a coach. I am a programmer and have more than 3 years of professional working experience. I have a lot of experience in web development and some experience in hybrid mobile application
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.
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'm interested in working on machine learning/data science/NLP projects, and in contributing to open source. I currently work as a software engineering for an AI start-up. I've been coding (mainly in Python) for about two years now.
I'm a social scientist turned computer scientist. Nowadays I do mostly frontend, but I've had a great opportunity to learn devops at my work in Emblica Oy and data science at Helsinki University. I play Ultimate Frisbee in my freetime.
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 have experience with IT since 2005, and with development since 2009. I've done a lot of web stuff, I'm a full stack engineer and currently, I've been on a team lead role.
I've been in web development for 3 years and have some experience with HTML, CSS, JS, Python and PHP languages. I've been working with Wordpress, Magento, Electron, React JS, React Native and Django. Any of these would be good to work on at Codebar! : )