I previously volunteered as a coding mentor at CoderDojo in London during my CS MSc there last year, and I am keen to keep helping people to learn how to code now that I live and work in Berlin; especially if they never thought they'd be able to code.
I want to get over my imposter syndrome and fill the gaps in my basic knowledge that I have noticed lately. At the moment I am trying to build my personal website from scratch. Happy to help out as much as I can, I'm keen in sharing my skills.
I discovered programming while on a completely different career path, and with many helpful resources (thank you Codebar!) managed to become a software developer. I have been working with Python and Kubernetes and currently I am doing React Native.
Fell in love with the pure creativity of code and switched to the #000 side. Combine client-facing skills and user advocacy along with love of making. Currently contracting on React/Node.js projects and looking for a role that combines client-facing skill
I'd love to help individuals who have an interest in learning to build things and hopefully have an interest in joining the tech industry. I've worked in a dozen companies over the past 16 years, focusing on the web as a platform for impacting the world.
I just graduated from the Founders & Coders bootcamp, and also just mentored the next cohort for a week. I want to keep teaching and helping people who are learning to code. I have lots of HTML/CSS experience, and a reasonable amount of React.
Full-stack dev with over 14 years of experience. I have done it all: e-commerce, internet banking, social apps, real-time trading engines, sports betting, ML/AI... you name it! Expert in C# but proficient in many other languages.
My profile page: http://taifatang.com I myself is a programmer conversion. I studied Biomedical and Forensic Msc. It was scary to take a career leap. I started off paying for a courses and 2 years on my life has changed. I wish same can be done for others
I get excited about graphics programming, ed-tech, VR, physics (and lots of other things too!). Prior to moving to Oxford I was working as a graphics programmer job for Microsoft. Now I'm working on side-projects and freelancing here and there
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.