I'm an Engineering Manager based in Edinburgh. Previously I have also been a Teaching Assistant at a university where I realised I like helping people out when I can. I also held ruby tutorials to my co-workers as well.
Front End developer who loves learning new technologies. Here to help other coders to building cool, new things! I started as a self-taught front end developer and then enrolled in the immersive software engineering bootcamp at Flatiron School, London.
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.
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.
As a student of Codeclan about to graduate and go into the field of the industry, i enjoy the opportunity in helping others. I have come from a management background in customer services and MI analyst, therefore comfortable talking and guiding others.
I work for FT as a full-stack dev, 2.5 years ago I graduated from Makers Academy so am familiar with "good coaching". I'd love to teach JS and CSS and have some experience in leds and Arduinos. I'd love to inspire starters by reducing their fear of coding
Happiest when I'm coding, reading, or being active outdoors. Core tech stack includes React/Redux, Node/Express, and SQL/noSQL databases. My best work manifests when I'm working to expand the cause of a mission-driven company.
I have a Bachelor's and Master's in Electronics and communication engineering. I worked as an Assistant Professor(ECE) back in India. I recently graduated from Flatiron school's Full stack web development course. I would love to help new coders!
Being able to build software has opened many doors for me in my career. I recognise that a good deal of privilege gave me the opportunity to learn and improve my knowledge, and to make a career out of it. This box has limited characters :(
I’m a dev that changed career from physics and maths teacher to software, and appreciate the struggle it entails, intellectually, energetically and emotionally. I’d like to support others in their journey.
I'd love to help others learn to code. I started learning on my own 2 years ago, and I remember how tough it was. After attending a bootcamp, I realized how helpful in-person communication is, and I'd be happy to provide that to those who are struggling.
I finished Makers in October 2017, and since then I've worked as a backend developer at Funding Circle. At codebar I'd be happy to help with any problems, from working on basics, solving katas etc. to helping someone trying to build out an application
I would love to help out with the front end side of codebar, helping to nurture underrepresented talent and eventually coach my own workshops. It would mean a lot to help others going through the same thing that I went through!
I recently career-changed from marketing into software development, and I'm really keen to give back by helping others on their journey to becoming developers. I attended Makers Academy and am now working as a dev for tiney 🎉 mainly in React, JS, and TS.
I am a Makers Academy graduate who once upon a time knew nothing about coding! Entering this world can seem pretty scary and confusing, all emotions I have experienced first hand. I want to help new students to realise that coding is fun!