I'm a software engineer with a focus on infrastructure as code and distributed systems. I've been a professional software engineer for 5 years, and would love to share what I've learnt and give something back to the community.
I am a backend PHP developer, I am used to work with Laravel, Lumen or Symfony frameworks. I love dockerizing everything and am a big fan everything that's around a web project (devops stuff) as well as an advanced linux user.
I am a fulltime web developer, with fullstack web development experience. As part of my job, I get deployed to client site to work with different people on varies of projects, to both upskill myself and help to support everyone around me.
I learned how to program at the Recurse Center, then somehow was part of the tech industry. Now I'm at Windmill building tools to make development easier and more transparent. I want to help others get as excited about code and problem solving as I am!
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.
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 have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
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'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.
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.
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.
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 :(
Hi, my name is Paolo! I would like to help the community by bringing to the table two years as digital project manager and one year of java developer using Spring. Furthermore I have personal experience in React, Vue, Unity(C#) , Docker and Linux.
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 a front-end developer. I’ve been implementing web applications for over 10 years. I enjoy solving problems in a wide variety of environments and languages for small businesses and I like to learn other people how to be a good developer.
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'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'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.
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.