I hack HTML/CSS/Ruby/JS/SQL. And PHP if I must. Stuff I've done: Three Rings (volunteer management), OxUni library websites, put little red tractors on milk, freedeedpoll.org.uk, contributed to WordPress codebase, de-facto Ruby MOTP implementation...
I'm a lead software engineer working on business applications at PeopleDoc. I'll happily teach HTML/CSS/JS to the students. I once used to be a teacher, for 2 years at SupDeWeb, Paris, and I've been an engineering/project manager for the past 4 years.
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 :).
Studied philosophy at university, self-taught software engineer, currently working for Heroku, a Salesforce company. I enjoy helping people reach their potential, and giving back to that which has given me so much.
Experienced developer at Float. I've really enjoyed the mentoring that I've done as part of my job. I've also grown more and more frustrated at the lack of diversity in the industry and I'm looking to help with that.
I went to Makers Academy, so I'm at a beginning-junior-developer level. I'm ok with command line, Git, Ruby, Sinatra, Rails, and various CI tools. Might need a bit more practice or lead time before I can offer support or coaching in other areas.
cis white queer male. I want to share knowledge, nurture diverse voices and encourage compassionate, critical problem-solving. I'm an ex-GA TA and a mainly-backend web engineer.
I've coded as an amateur and a student for more than 20 yrs. Went pro last year via WDI at GA. I want to be a part of a more inclusive, balanced work environment, and tweeting stuff probably isn't going to get me there. This has a better chance imo.