Before becoming a Software Engineer, I was giving private piano lessons and working in a restaurant. When I decided to pursue a career in technology, I ran into many obstacles. Hope I can provide some assistance to your learning!
This is my first time teaching in a public setting. I have close to 8 years of working with Web technologies, both front-end and backend (HTML, JS, CSS, Python, beginner Elixir). I'm really passionate about learning and teaching is a great way to learn.
I'm interested in improving the diversity in the IT industry because all it takes is a brain and a handful of fingers: never a playing field has been so levelled and there is no reason anyone should be underrepresented.
I love coding and technical problem solving. I am passionate about empowering underrepresented minorities by supporting them as they learn to code. I'm currently a PM at Google, and have worked on Android, Chrome, and now Maps. I have a bachelors in CS.
I have been working in IT for over 10 years and for the last 5 as a Linux system administrator years. I able to help out with the a few different scripting languages as well as general linux related queries. Projects I contribute to: auter configsnap
I've been teaching 500+ people to learn programming in Uni Turku, Rails Girls, Django Girls, Boost Summer of Programming, mehackit and Koodimentori.fi courses/workshops. I currently work as a developer at Futurice.
I'm currently working as a developer for a large IT consulting corporation. I have a mathematics background from University and I was an assistant teacher for couple of courses. I want to work on explaining code-related stuff in clear, everyday language.
I'm interested in working on machine learning/data science/NLP projects, and in contributing to open source. I currently work as a software engineering for an AI start-up. I've been coding (mainly in Python) for about two years now.
I completed the CodeClan course in Edinburgh in January 2017 and have been working for the last two years with Registers of Scotland as a software developer, mainly in JS and Java. I am looking for opportunities to collaborate and teach coding.
I'm a Data Engineer at FanDuel, I saw a call for CodeBar mentors on our internal mailing list and thought it was a worthwhile thing to do. I work on projects in Python and SQL and in the past I've written things in Java and a game for Nintendo DS in C++.
I'd like to teach tech (HTML/CSS/Python/Ruby/JS) and coach ppl into better jobs. I co-ran a small tech agency for 4 years. I was a demonstrator at uni, taught a few recent "beginner days", have given a workshop & a few short talks on various tech topics.
I'm a social scientist turned computer scientist. Nowadays I do mostly frontend, but I've had a great opportunity to learn devops at my work in Emblica Oy and data science at Helsinki University. I play Ultimate Frisbee in my freetime.
Senior Software Developer at Futurice in Helsinki. I speak at local meetups, have a youtube channel, and podcast called composing code (music + code). Check my twitter link for details. English Native, Intermediate French, Basic Finnish and Russian.
I want to help our industry to become more diverse, I think it's good for everyone. I also enjoy mentoring and meeting new people. I have several years experience in operations which has become increasingly code driven over the last few years.
I have many years of experience in backend development; good knowledge in Python, Ruby, C and Shell Script, and a strong background on algorithms. I can support people who want to learn about web development, scripting and algorithms.
Art school grad who went to coding. I love coding react. I want to get people excited about coding and their ability to learn. I'm interested in how junior devs can gain leadership in a dev team while still getting necessary supports.
I am Arushi Singhal, Senior Year undergraduate at IIIT-Hyderabad. I was past intern of Outreachy Round 16 with Linux Kernel. I was also the Google-Code-In Mentor 2017 with OpenWISP and SugarLabs. Apart from this, I have done data science intern at RBEI.
Experienced C# developer and tutor/mentor for new developers. I actively practice a wide range of techniques and development methodologies including, but not limited to: TDD, Pair Programming, SOLID principles & AGILE
I am a developer at ThoughtWorks Barcelona. I like functional programming, formal verification and domain driven design. My preferred language is Haskell, though I am proficient also in PureScript, Scala, Java, Idris, TypeScript, Python and PHP.
skills: domain driven design Test Driven Development Type Theory Formal Verification software architecture Haskell Idris Eta PureScript algorithms functional programming Scala bash TypeScript Linux php java python
As a software developer from a non-tech background, I think many people perceive the field as scary/bleak/uninteresting. I disagree! I feel it's creative and full of opportunities, and would like to share this. I'd also like to get better at teaching.
I'm working as a machine learning engineer, so I could work on python, R, and maybe on databases & SQL too ! I've never done courses like that in the past. I came in Oslo for my very first job and I started last month, so it is very new to me.
I recently moved to Edinburgh and started working with Claudia, another of your coaches. I have >15 years in the industry. Until recently I was a Senior Software Engineer at Google. In a past career, I was a professional Maths teacher in England.
I have experience teaching programming to diverse groups of students through my experience as lead instructor of the Data Science Immersive course at General Assembly. As part of this I also taught Python, intro web development, machine learning, etc.
I have experience in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills