I am a professional software developer working in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. I enjoy coding, knowledge sharing and keen to help others and learn new things. I can provide coaching for all aspects of web development including JS, HTML and CSS.
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.
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'm a Software Engineer from UBA (Universidad de Buenos Aires). I moved to Barcelona in 2013 to do a Master in Security and High performance computing. Now I'm running the BCN office of Lemonade software development, a Belgium company.
I just graduated from the Founders & Coders bootcamp, and also just mentored the next cohort for a week. I want to keep teaching and helping people who are learning to code. I have lots of HTML/CSS experience, and a reasonable amount of React.
Love to help people out, either with helping them find their own way through a problem, or with more structured tutorials. Got my start with BASIC & PHP, and have had a long chunk of JS, Ruby and other things since. Am currently diving into Elixir. 😊
I'm currently working as a freelancer and would like to donate some of my free time. I have been building full stack software for the web for 18 years. I've done in-house mentoring at my previous jobs and a couple of public meetup talks as well.
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 in enterprise software development, and I want to develop my coaching skills