Hi there, I've been a full-time Rails developer since July 2014, and I'm always trying to learn as much as possible. I like teaching others what I know and helping them :)
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.
Software developer. Computer science graduate. Web development bootcamp graduate. Experienced in coaching junior developers at work, and coaching children in youth clubs and summer camps. Experienced at public speaking, in stand-up comedy clubs mostly.
Junior developer working with React and C#
Coaching. I am a recent graduate from Makers Academy
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...
For the last 3 years I've run http://summerofhacks.io/ (4 full day events from hack days to workshops). Last year we ran a Railsbridge event, similar to codebar, for women only. I also coached at CoderDojo for 6 months.
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.
I'm a Junior Application Engineer at The LEGO Group. I started coding properly in 2016, and I attended a bootcamp in 2017. I love gaming and crafting. I am a member of the South London Makerspace. I also love playing Dungeons and Dragons!
Front end developer.
Currently a Partner Engineer at Facebook. Developer for 10+ years. Mostly web, front-end/backend, some Android.
I work at a software company based in Brighton. I have some experience in c#, js, HTML, css, php and git
Relatively new software engineer at Made Tech. Have mostly coded with Python, Ruby and C#. Can also have a stab at some JS, HTML and CSS.
Junior C# developer in the financial services industry. I taught myself basic web development from January 2018 and then did an intensive bootcamp at Sparta Global, before starting my first software engineering job in July '18.
I'm an FP evangelist, so I'd like to practice my mentor skills.
I am a software engineer who works in a consultancy on government projects. I have been involved in the node community for about 1 year now and it has been so valuable for my career. I'd really like the chance to give back and help others learn to code.
Have done a front end course and am now doing a python course
I am looking to coach, I have a background in embedded and web technology.
I'm an experienced developer working in Perl. I've been training junior developers for the last ten years. I do open source and speak at OSS conferences (mostly about mentoring).
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'd like to practice teaching. I'm a developer for a several years and I had presented at meetups but I don't have much experience with teaching. I would also have a few words regarding the teaching materials, as jQuery in 2019 is a bit obsolete.
An app using Flutter.Finished homework.
i want to help with houston chapter goco is starting
I've been writing code, designing websites and building things since I was 13 years old. I like helping others and sharing my knowledge to help others better their skills, and achieve their goals.
I found my development course to be extremely rewarding and so I would love to give something back especially to individuals who (like myself) don't fit the typical developer mould. I now work as an automation engineer & have won a hackathon.
I started my career in 2000 as a webmaster (aka jack of all trades!) programming in Perl, up to my most recent job as a CTO. I really enjoy helping people from all backgrounds understand technical concepts.
Looking for an opportunity to give back to the community and help inspire new developers!
I want to improve my teaching and communication skills and meet new people. I am a frontend developer for 4 years.
I have been studying web development and programming for a few years and I am interested in helping others learn valuable skills. I have built several web applications and would like to give back to the community through coaching.
Many many moons ago i used to give private lessons in basics of programming for 1st year Business Students at Uni who had a compulsory programming module, i did Business Informatics and in my second year that provided a fun way to practice. I loved it.
I would like to help teach code in Houston. I have been a developer for past 7 or so years. I have mostly done Android work professionally, but recently have been doing some Node.JS and Flutter work. I did teach code in Austin also.
I would like to be problem solving/python/c++ mentor.
I have worked in IT industry since 2010, and just quit my job at the end of 2019. I'd like to help people who are interested in coding, and make myself happy staying in a coding-focused community.
I am a frontend developer that want to teach and inspire other people. I‘ve been working as a developer around 7 years. I‘ve been working in Yandex in Russia, then moved to Berlin and now work in Zalando. I love my job, JS and learn something new
I'm looking to improve my coaching skills and hopefully better myself as a developer along the way (explaining things to others helps you to understand them better yourself). I learned to code at a bootcamp and currently work as a dev at mangahigh.com
Help motivated students achieve their goals. I've got 8 years of professional web development experience.
Volunteering as a coach, I'd like to help less experienced programmers skill up.
I am an researcher in the field of NLP/NLU/Text-to-speech. I would like to help out people interested in learning more about Python (or machine learning).