I am a career changer, I don't know much but I would want to be part of codebar 'cause starting one thing that helped me the most was knowing I was not alone, it can be very scary at the beginning. we learn the most through teaching/helping others.
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: domain driven design Test Driven Development Type Theory Formal Verification Idris Eta PureScript software architecture functional programming Haskell bash algorithms TypeScript Linux Scala java python php
I recently moved to Edinburgh and started working with Claudia, another of your coaches. I have >15 years in the industry. Until recently I was a Senior Software Engineer at Google. In a past career, I was a professional Maths teacher in England.
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills
I've been working as web developer over 3-years. Half of this time I was front end focused, and the other half I'm back end focused. I like learning new things all the time and would love to help others who are excited to learn and grow.
I have been working on open source projects for now over 8 years. Programming and teaching are my truly passion. I have the eager to learn and the eager to share my knowledges to others, and vice versa. I'm also the creator of "pH7CMS" (pH7Builder).
Working at codebar gives me a chance to share my knowledge and help those who may have a lot of potential but few avenues to learn. I am an Indian and a developer at Zalando currently. Like to interact and socialize and have some teaching exp from colg.
Working with young people and want to find, and help facilitate in-person learning so looking for organisations to collaborate with and to bring out of the cities where possible. My current YPs all fit your eligibility criteria but we are all-inclusive.
Currently heading engineering at Twyla. Previously worn many different hats in domains including security, finance, networking, data centers etc. Been contributing to OSS for a reasonable chunk of my life.
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.
Canadian backend engineer at a Fintech startup here in London. I work with Java, microservices, databases, AWS, pipelines, etc. I am giving my first technical talks in May at µCon London 2019 (on building a search microservice and independent services)!
I'm a software engineer with experience in Angular, Java, and iOS Development, which is my current role. I want to work at codebar because I enjoy teaching people and inspire them about what they can create and when they feel empowered.
I've been working as a Software Developer for over 3 years and have a degree in Computer Science - but nearly trained as a teacher. My bread and butter is Java / SQL / building API's - but I love helping out folks where I can
I'd like to help people get to grips with core programming concepts and computer science knowledge. I currently work as a software architect and lead a team of Python software engineers. I enjoy teaching and coaching and also volunteer at Django Girls .
I'm a heavy user of Linux (Python/Bash) and Emacs, I've done professional Web dev (PHP/JS/Java/etc.), I like functional programming (Lisp/Scheme/ML/Haskell/etc.) and formal verification (Coq/Agda/Idris/etc.). I also like AI (GOFAI and machine learning).
I've been collaborating in some open source projects for a while, I enjoyed join a community and also help to grow a community. Now, I'm dedicating effort into learning outside the development world, like Product Manager skills and UX
I believe that tech should be available to everyone and coding is one of those things that can be if people have the right environment. I want to help provide that learning environment where people can be open and learn knowing that it's OK to not know.
As a student of Codeclan about to graduate and go into the field of the industry, i enjoy the opportunity in helping others. I have come from a management background in customer services and MI analyst, therefore comfortable talking and guiding others.
Recent BSc Computer Science graduate from King's College London with a first class degree. Freelancer and Upcoming Amazon Software Developer Engineer. I love building stuff on the web and mobile and helping others discover their passion for coding
I've worked as an academic scientist and as a scientist / software engineer / data scientist in industry. At codebar I'd like to help people feel empowered to chase after software roles outside of web/fullstack.
I'm a self-taught full stack developer. Currently working as a backend developer at Verkkovaraani Oy. I also run a consultancy firm Carpware Oy. If given the opportunity, I would like to share with others what i've learnt in the past few years.
I have over 20 years of experience across a broad range of tech subjects inc sf eng. Teaching/training/mentoring was something I thoroughly enjoyed during this time. It is currently not a part of my role and I miss it. https://shri.verks.co has more