Learned about codebar from a fellow Thoughtworker. I enjoy teaching and coaching and one of my most best moments in career was being a coach in RailsGirls in one of our offices.
I'm Tom, an ex-academic now freelance programmer with a side line in music and low cost robotics such as the PiWars competition series. I write and maintain a Python library for joystick controls for fun, and use other languages for work as needed!
Hi! I'm Giuseppe, and I'm a Software Engineer at Pivotal. I'm Italian but I've been living in London since 2015 :) I love to coach on any topic I'm familiar with but I'm particularly interested in software design, refactoring and testing.
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.
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.
Hi codebar team! My name is Emilio and I just finish a highly demanding 12-week coding course at Makers Academy, please see my cv: https://github.com/Wil0/CV I love helping people to push themselves further learning news technologies.
I am founder of CodeWeekend community in Afghanistan and here at Bournemouth to pursue my post graduate education on MSc Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship. CodeWeekend Links: http://www.codeweekend.af & http://www.fb.com/CodeWeekend
Hey! I am trying to get my girlfriend to one of these events after I met one of the organizers at a screening of CODE in Berlin. So, I thought maybe I could be a coach and then she would have to come. I worked as a Python programmer since 3 years.
I'd like to share my interest in computers with those who would otherwise be unlikely to experience how useful code can be. I've been doing software/computer related things for a variety of commercial, academic and voluntary organisations.
I'm a PHD researcher at Bournemouth University working on engineering Software-based Motivation and making its application in Business Environments more employee friendly and less stressful. My interests vary from security, networks, and programming.
I am an experimental physicist whose software work is mainly in c++, but also heavily use python. I would be interested in helping with workshops on python / linux / git / embedded programming. Would also be interested in helping develop a c++ tutorial.
I've been programming for about 7 years now, using various languages and technologies. Currently I work for Alces Software (alces-software.com). I'd like to help out teaching people and sharing what I know :).
My background is a mix of technical and business in SMB/SME environments - charity & museum specialist. Specific technologies would be Microsoft stack development (.NET based) but also C, C++, Python. Hobby interest in IoT and electronics, craft/making.