I'm a Software Engineer at comparethemarket.com and a chapter organiser of codebar Peterborough. I previously attended codebar as a student when I was a stay-at-home mum trying to learn programming, so I know how valuable these workshops can be :)
I started programming as a hobby around 17 years ago. At that time I also was into video-game hacking. Much later, I realised I could make a living from my hobby and took it seriously. I'm currently working for 8thLight and liking functional programming
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 Site Reliability Engineer at Government Digital Service. I specialise in infrastructure and high scale web applications, but have a variety of development experience, including mobile apps. I like to help others learn to code.
Recent integration developer who wants to know as much as possible. Ideas come and go and therefore will work on any idea which is present when attending codebar. Working on a lobby and player challenging system for the video game industry
I'd like to help people learn to code by creating a safe environment. I have experience with coaching and training from my time at Amazon where I was a coach, trainer and Instructional Designer. Currently working as a developer at AND Digital.