I started programming as a hobby around 17 years ago. At that time I also was into video-game hacking. Much later, I realised I could make a living from my hobby and took it seriously. I'm currently working for 8thLight and liking functional programming
I want to help build a diverse engineering culture - only when worked on by diverse teams technical products can become the all-encompassing change agents we envision. I am working at Pivotal Labs, were we teach devs through pairing day by day.
I'm tying to polish my web-dev skills, primarily trying to improve my css, react, and d3 skills. I am an entrepreneur and a hobbyist programmer. I would also love to help to mentor in order to give back to the community.
I've coded as an amateur and a student for more than 20 yrs. Went pro last year via WDI at GA. I want to be a part of a more inclusive, balanced work environment, and tweeting stuff probably isn't going to get me there. This has a better chance imo.
I'd like to use my coding skills to help people learn to code. I like Functional Programming and currently I work for Codurance. I have done (either professionally or purely for learning) Haskell, Scala, PHP, Ruby, Java, JS, React and others :)
Long time software developer and consultant who gained most of his experience consulting media companies in United States, LatAm and Finland. Part of the founding team at Talented. Can help with anything from validation of ideas to programming.
I'm a web developer who loves making weird and fun things with code. I spent the last 9 years working in startups of various sizes and love helping developers grow and progress. I currently work at Applied where we help people hire fairly and diversely.
I am a developer at ThoughtWorks Barcelona. I like functional programming, formal verification and domain driven design. My preferred language is Haskell, though I am proficient also in PureScript, Scala, Java, Idris, TypeScript, Python and PHP.
skills: Linux domain driven design Test Driven Development Type Theory Formal Verification software architecture Idris Eta PureScript php bash Scala algorithms TypeScript functional programming java Haskell python
As a software developer from a non-tech background, I think many people perceive the field as scary/bleak/uninteresting. I disagree! I feel it's creative and full of opportunities, and would like to share this. I'd also like to get better at teaching.
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
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.
Hello! I'm a passionate full-stack software engineer with over 10 years of experience working in the tech space. I've volunteered several times with Founders and Coders, and wish to continue to find ways to encourage others to get into coding :)