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'd like to help out where I can. I'm a young(ish) white, male, native-english-speaking software engineer with 18 years of professional experience that would like this industry be a lot more diverse. Too many people in my field look like me :-)
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've been in some form of web development for nearly 20 years and enjoy giving back and helping others learn. I've been both a frontend and backend developer, and I currently work as a UI designer in education.
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 4 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.
Hello! I love the idea of this group, and I would like to join you as a coach. I am a programmer and have more than 3 years of professional working experience. I have a lot of experience in web development and some experience in hybrid mobile application
Currently working in the tech industry, more specifically doing Mobile Development. I have run a Code Club in London for about 3/4 months. I would like to help individuals grow in their domain and feel confident about achieving anything.
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.
I am a DevOps Consultant at Contino. I would love to work with Codebar as a coach for HTML, ruby and Python. I would love to introduce the concepts of Devops and some cool Devops tools in the market like Chef, Ansible, Docker etc if there is demand