I have been learning to code with Founders and Coders since March, having worked on the pre requisites for the course all last year. We have dived deep into HTML, CSS and JS and I'm keen to share my knowledge with other learners.
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.
I finished Makers in October 2017, and since then I've worked as a backend developer at Funding Circle. At codebar I'd be happy to help with any problems, from working on basics, solving katas etc. to helping someone trying to build out an application
I'd like to do my part in reducing disparity by helping others get support in learning to code. I used to do research in educational technologies and computer science education. I've now been a developer for 5 years so hopefully have experience to share
I've been a programmer for 10 years and currently work as a software engineer at StatsBomb who provide sports analytics. I feel I should be doing something to help underrepresented people in tech so I would like to coach at codebar.
I'm happy to pass down my knowledge on web/frontend development and help people who want to try/pivot their career but need a bit more encouragement to do so. I'm a product engineer, in the past I've volunteered in meetup and worked in bank/startup
I would like to help and encourage other women and lgbt people of all ages to learn to code. I have worked as a developer for 2 years now after doing a bootcamp. And one day I would like to work in a team where I'm not the odd one out!
Hey, my name is Manjoot - I'm a junior developer from the UK who loves web development! I've always enjoyed using my knowledge to help and uplift others- whether its being a mentor to CS students in high school or leading projects at my coding bootcamp.
I would love to help out with the front end side of codebar, helping to nurture underrepresented talent and eventually coach my own workshops. It would mean a lot to help others going through the same thing that I went through!
Hello! After 10 years in digital marketing I realised that the aspects of my job I loved the most were the ones in which I got to bury my head in code 🚀 I've just completed the #100DaysOfCode challenge and I want to help others find the joy of coding!
I've been an engineer for over 8 years and have experience in Java, JS, Go and Python. In recent times I have been focusing on server-side development, and in the past I have worked with front-end development and Android development.
I recently career-changed from marketing into software development, and I'm really keen to give back by helping others on their journey to becoming developers. I attended Makers Academy and am now working as a dev for tiney 🎉 mainly in React, JS, and TS.
I really enjoy mentoring people who are learning to code and talking to them about their projects. I currently work as a full-stack web developer at WhiteHat. Previously I had an academic career, including a fair amount of university teaching experience.
I'd like to help get people from knowing very little (or nothing) about programming to the point where they are comfortable enough to start working on small projects of their own. - In my own experience , that is the most important hurdle to get over.
I’d like to help out in a coaching capacity. In the past I’ve helped out with Step into Tech events so have some experience with mentoring. I’m currently working at BT as a Cloud Software Architect, working with a variety of tech daily
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!
Currently VP of Engineering @ Yieldify. I like to code and help businesses succeed by implementing scalable processes. I'd love to help someone on their journey to becoming a professional software engineer.
I've worked in software development for ~6 years and recently ran a graduate bootcamp over 4 months which I really enjoyed doing. I'd like the opportunity to continue coaching and teaching and to help make our industry a more diverse and inclusive place.
I'm a Software Engineer at FindMyPast based in Scotland. I work across the stack so I have experience building front-end apps as well as building backend services. I'm a Certified Scrum Master so ask me about agile and scrum!