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 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
Working at codebar gives me a chance to share my knowledge and help those who may have a lot of potential but few avenues to learn. I am an Indian and a developer at Zalando currently. Like to interact and socialize and have some teaching exp from colg.
I’ve been working on frontend and backend (web), mobile app development for five years and instructing React Native trainings. Recently I started working as a user interface designer which has been quite fun. Happy to talk about all of those!
I have experience with IT since 2005, and with development since 2009. I've done a lot of web stuff, I'm a full stack engineer and currently, I've been on a team lead role.
I've been in web development for 3 years and have some experience with HTML, CSS, JS, Python and PHP languages. I've been working with Wordpress, Magento, Electron, React JS, React Native and Django. Any of these would be good to work on at Codebar! : )
Working with young people and want to find, and help facilitate in-person learning so looking for organisations to collaborate with and to bring out of the cities where possible. My current YPs all fit your eligibility criteria but we are all-inclusive.
I'm a full-stack developer and team lead at Epimorphics. My team focuses on building web applications for data management and data visualisation. I've heard about the great work that Codebar is doing, and am happy to help if I can.
Currently heading engineering at Twyla. Previously worn many different hats in domains including security, finance, networking, data centers etc. Been contributing to OSS for a reasonable chunk of my life.
I want to learn Python in depth. I've worked with it a bit in the past for data analysis (SciPy, NumPy, Pandas) but I've stopped using it recently and I don't want my skills to depreciate. Ideally I'd like to learn a lot about web ops going forwards.
I volunteer at RailsBridge and RailsGirls events and think it's important to mentor under-represented groups in tech. I also enjoy teaching and learn new skills from the experience. I'm South African, having recently moved to London.
Canadian backend engineer at a Fintech startup here in London. I work with Java, microservices, databases, AWS, pipelines, etc. I am giving my first technical talks in May at µCon London 2019 (on building a search microservice and independent services)!
I'm a software engineer with experience in Angular, Java, and iOS Development, which is my current role. I want to work at codebar because I enjoy teaching people and inspire them about what they can create and when they feel empowered.
I am interested in coaching people, mostly in Python and C. I have tutored high school and university students before and enjoyed doing it. I have also attended a codebar event as a coach previously and found it great, so I want to do more.
I'd like to help people get to grips with core programming concepts and computer science knowledge. I currently work as a software architect and lead a team of Python software engineers. I enjoy teaching and coaching and also volunteer at Django Girls .
I'm a heavy user of Linux (Python/Bash) and Emacs, I've done professional Web dev (PHP/JS/Java/etc.), I like functional programming (Lisp/Scheme/ML/Haskell/etc.) and formal verification (Coq/Agda/Idris/etc.). I also like AI (GOFAI and machine learning).
I'd be happy to contribute to reduce disparities in access to tech. I have experience working with data with Python, R, and SQL, and as an academic tutor. I am a queer emigrant working in tech, passionate about language, self-taught coder.
I would like to teach Python at the Bristol codebar. In the past I worked as a maths tutor for two years and have worked as a C++/CUDA/Python programmer for 2 years, but I have never taught programming so I am keen to give it a go. Also, I play banjo.
I a full stack developer with a flexible array of experience in software development. My main stack is the MERN stack but I currently work with the .NET framework at my organization where I am enrolled as a National Service Person.
I got into web development later in the "game", having spent 6 years as a video producer in humanitarian settings before. Programming is something I am way more comfortable with! I love to help others find that click as they learn their trade.
David introduced me to the project and I would like to help in any way I can. I'm a member of the Kubenetes project, organizer of the Cloud Native Barcelona meetup and SRE at CAPSiDE working with Azure, Google Cloud and AWS.