I have been a software developer for more than fifteen years and have mentored a number of junior developers in that time. I am very interested in improving diversity and inclusion in the tech industry, which draws me to codebar.
Software developer. Computer science graduate. Web development bootcamp graduate. Experienced in coaching junior developers at work, and coaching children in youth clubs and summer camps. Experienced at public speaking, in stand-up comedy clubs mostly.
I'm a developer mainly working with EE. Mostly a backend dev but sometimes call my self a "full stack" since I got the basics of HTML/CSS/Browser js down, just not very good at making things pretty. Enjoy explaining things as I learn more in the process.
I would like to guide beginners both in what is already done (web dev, versioning, etc) and in some new field: with the friends from Founders and Coders we have started what they called *uncompetitive* competitive coding, also to better in interviews.
I'm a java web developer right now with 6 years of professional experience. I also have another 2 years of basic IT training experience, when I trained teachers in a college to use technology to enhance their learning. I want to improve diversity.
I spent 3+ years doing front end web development in Toronto and relocated to the UK at the end of 2015 where I have transitioned into web application development. Happy to help coach folks on anything front end web related such as HTML, CSS and JS
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'm a software developer, gamer & music lover. I'm experienced with HTML/CSS/JS/Nodejs, java/(a bit of) php & Android development. I love to hack stuff (software) every now & again. I also like developing & playing games.