Coaching in Birmingham. 2nd year Computer Science student. Have mentored young people at Young Rewired State previously, and often get involved in outreach programmes with uni.
Full Stack Developer
As part of my job as a tester, I have tinkered a bit with python and shell scripts,
Software engineer at Pivotal. Currently work mostly in Golang and yell at yaml. Previously a java/scala/sometime devops engineer at Equal Experts. Very previously a frontend developer at a doomed startup
I'm a Lead Front End Developer at redweb.
Worked the web for the last 15 years, initially design & HTML / CSS / JS, more recently working with Wordpress / Magento / Drupal / PhoneGap (phone apps) and Meteor JS. Hoping to help with coaching and pass something on.
Senior Ruby on Rails Developer, other interests include knitting, horses, and books
Coach. I know data science: Python, R, Matlab, statistics.
Full-stack developer, with an interest in front-end design
Front end for a while. Interests include art, sewing and coding
I can help with anything related to git, html, ruby, iOS development or generally with everything :)
I did Makers Academy and am working now on a startup
Web Developer. In a previous life an Oxford University Computer Science PhD
I've been working in the tech industry for more than 10 years and I like sharing my knowledge.
Help more people learn to code. Previously volunteered at a CodeClub for children.
Lead PHP Developer @ graze.com
I'm a front end web developer who has worked for lovefilm, amazon and graze.com. The web development community is great at sharing knowledge and expertise and I enjoy doing the same.
I am spanish, studied Physics (wanted to be a Mad Scientist when I was a kid) and work now as QA. After listening to the Brighton Codebar team during a Ruby Conference I became aware of Codebar and decided to help.
I'm a third year Computer Science student at Bath, currently on work placement in London. I have developed in Java for 2 years now and have taught Java to multiple people both at work and at university.
Learned about codebar from a fellow Thoughtworker. I enjoy teaching and coaching and one of my most best moments in career was being a coach in RailsGirls in one of our offices.
Always wanted to get involved with teaching coding
Heyo! My name is Nick, I'm from New York and I just moved to London. I'm working as a software developer for The Guardian and am looking for ways to get involved in my local tech community. I've volunteer-taught programming before and would love to help!
I have been fiddling around with code in one way or another for over 20 years, and I still love it! I'm looking forward to helping folks learn to code.
Being a coach
Client-side developer at the Guardian.
Software developer at ThoughtWorks, working with whatever languages come my way.
I'm a developer in Cambridge who has experience in developing responsive apps.
Software developer, moving to London and heard about codebar.io at silicon milkroundabout
I'm a front-end developer and am keen to share my experience and knowledge.
I've been writing code since I was a kid - I'm from the ZX Spectrum generation. I've worked for several large banks and software companies writing all kinds of applications. More recently I've managed development groups in the UK and India.
I am php developer who started to take focus on FrontEnd
I work at a start-up in Kemp Town that makes financial & trading software. I like the finance world as a programmer because almost any crazy algorithm you can think of has probably been used somewhere in the industry.
I'm a Front End Developer at Redweb helping out as a coach
I want to share my knowledge and help others learn
Web developer, daydreamer and all around happy person.Interested in all things internet and how it's reshaping our culture and society.
I've worked as a teaching assistant and tutor at undergraduate and graduate courses and absolutely loved it. I've also organized voluntarily tutoring sessions for small groups of students.
I'll be a coach.
mainly Android stuff..
I'm a fullstack developer at Enki in London. Having a general engineering background, developing help me find elegant and quick solution to very general problems and I'd like to give this passion to solve problems through code to others.
I am a software developer who loves programming and learning. They say you haven't learnt anything well enough until you teach it to somebody, right? I would like to challenge myself to do so. If it's for a good cause even better!
After having the amazing opportunity to attend Makers Academy, and now work as an iOS Developer, I want to share some of my luck around. I worked as an alumni helper at Makers Academy after graduating, and enjoyed helping people find the answer themselves
I want to help introduce and encourage people to get into the industry that I love! I work as a mobile developer at a tech startup and have a degree in Comp Sci. Coding can be difficult as times, but when it works, it's so rewarding.
Hi, I'm Despo! I'm the founder of codebar. I'm a software consultant working mostly with Ruby and Rails.
Software Engineer currently working with Angular/Front end at notonthehighstreet.com in London.
Software engineer of over 10 years. Specialising in Java (could coach in other languages though!)
I want to teach awesome front-end stuff
Head of UX at Notonthehighstreet with over a decade of experience building web stuff and a particular passion for all things frontend. Chat to me about HTML, CSS and JS :)
Ruby developer, builder of things, and organiser of the North West Ruby User Group.
Looking forward to doing some coaching. I am a ruby developer with experience in html, java, sql and some other stuff.
I would really like to get excited about coding again. I'm a front end developer and would like to continue focusing on front end technologies.
Software Engineer, interested in helping out with workshops and coaching.
I'm a former web developer working at DC Storm Brighton.
Software engineer at Gumtree(/eBay). I have experience in Java and Ruby on Rails webapps. Previous experience with coaching include RailsGirls, RailsInstallfest and WomenWhoCode. I'm also a WomenWhoCode co-organiser.
Help teach people
Improving my coaching and mentoring skills
Ruby stuff :)
In the past I've worked for various development labs from running tutorials at Reading University to working on enterprise middleware @ IBM. I've always enjoyed teaching & coaching, not just in the nuts and bolts of programming, but the thinking part too
Mobile lead @Pusher. I spend my days hacking and bantering.