Frontend developer at the Ministry of Justice. I focus a lot on accessibility in my role there. I used to run codebar Oxford, and work + volunteer with Code First: Girls, then did 2 dev internships, worked in a consultancy in Oxford, then moved to MOJ!
I used to teach web programming and offer training support to students in the Brooklyn college on a majority of languages. I am a full stack developer with seven years of experience and an iOS developer with one year of experience
I'm a Full Stack developer at Akkroo, and have spent the last five years getting my hands dirty in everything from servers and databases to front-end frameworks. I've also got a passion for maths, hashing out problems and fixing things!
I hack HTML/CSS/Ruby/JS/SQL. And PHP if I must. Stuff I've done: Three Rings (volunteer management), OxUni library websites, put little red tractors on milk, freedeedpoll.org.uk, contributed to WordPress codebase, de-facto Ruby MOTP implementation...
I would love to teach FE coding standards. I would like to learn more JS (angular / react). I have worked for several company's in the UK, fav Built By Buffalo Brighton. They have all the interns that I used to help teach FE.
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
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 am a Trainee Technical Consultant at Sparta Global (just finished week 4 of 14). During my training at the academy, I have learnt many things pertaining HTML, CSS, JS and jQuery so I believe I'd be able to provide the most help on those areas.
I am studying for an MSc in HCI (UX). I have 14 years experience working in the IT industry and I want to encourage women and girls to join the coding community. I love the creative process of coding. I am also a potter, rower and cyclist.
I have the soul of a programmer and bits in my blood. I have years of experience teaching computer science and office automation. Tengo el alma de programador y bits en mi sangre. Poseo experiencia de años enseñando informática y ofimatica.
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 a hybrid mobile and full stack developer, currently using Ionic, TS React & Angular day to day developing apps for a healthcare software house . I'd love to get involved in helping out others with anything web related and giving back to the community
I'm a Front-End Software Engineer. I'm from Spain, where I studied Computer Science and when I finished, after working a year there I decided to come to London to learn some English and work in better places. I've been living here since 2012
Front end dev with 15+ years experience, having begun as a LAMP developer. Despite many recruitment initiatives our industry is still male-dominated, this needs to change. I am also a qualified workplace trainer and Scrum Master.
I recently completed a Full Stack Coding Bootcamp at DigitalCrafts and am eager to transition my career focus toward a challenging position as a Software Engineer formally in the Finance Industry.
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.
I was lucky enough that I could be sent to university, but I know other people are not, so I'd like to give back to the community. I have never taught a course or similar before but I have experience in Java, Python and various frontend technologies.
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 am a Makers Academy graduate who once upon a time knew nothing about coding! Entering this world can seem pretty scary and confusing, all emotions I have experienced first hand. I want to help new students to realise that coding is fun!
I graduated from a web development bootcamp this August, and got my first job as an engineer in November! I really enjoy supporting growth and helping new coders understand that they can solve hard problems. Basically... I like being a cheerleader :)