Coaches

Here you can find a list of the 2777 volunteers who have coached at codebar.

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Mouad Naciri (he/him)

I'm a Site Reliability Engineer at Google. I've worked before Google with Backbone and React, and now I use AngularDart for frontend-end dev. I'm fluent in Java, Javascript, Python, and Dart languages. I want to help people learn the joy of programming.

Skills: Dart JS html Git css Redux React AngularDart nodejs C/C++ algorithms Datastructures java Go python

Alistair O'Neill (he/him)

I love to share knowledge and enthusiasm for programming. I started out as a Java developer in clinical software, then started developing Android and iOS Apps for clients and startups. I am currently using Kotlin in the financial sector.

Skills: kotlin Android iOS java Swift python SQL

Michael De La Rue

Signing up in response to mel's request for coaches. I enjoy helping people start programming and I also do FOSS tech stuff.

Alex Good (he/him)

I run a small software consulting company (makerlabs.co.uk), I'm a feminist and I find the gender imbalance in engineering roles distressing and would like to help address it.

Skills: java Swift Go javascript python

Melih Yalcin (He/him)

I would like to give some coding workshops. I have never done it before but I think I have to start from somewhere.

Skills: c c++ Go career living abroad Computer Graphics Game Development Coding Interviews

Jenny Judova (she/her)

Preferred languages are JS & Python (Html, css), frameworks: React & Ember JS. Work wise I am a front end developer in cyber security. In my free time I focus on Ember JS open source projects, and projects that are focus on climate change or politics

Cameron Brown

I'm a Googler.

Rachel Black

Working a developer after attending codebar and Founder & Coders last year, excited to help coach others learning to code.

KC Thomas (she/her/they)

Recent graduate of Makers Academy, and now an Associate Software Engineer at Just Eat Takeaway! I would love the opportunity to help make coding more accessible to other women and minority groups - especially given my non-technical background.

Skills: Ruby on Rails React.js javascript

Borja Igartua (he/him/his)

I have worked in mobile for most of my career, 2 years as an IT Trainer and some time as FullStack dev.

Dave Gurnell

Brighton-based functional programmer, building web applications with Scala and Javascript. I boulder, play piano, and run in my spare time.

Tawhid Hannan (he/him)

I'd like to help coach people. I'm a self taught backend engineer, working with Node.JS and now Go. I've worked on a range of projects, from your more standard enterprise application, to getting a collaborative text editing service out the door.

Jon Daly (he/him)

Happy to help out with anything - I am a professional software engineer with experience mainly in Python, but I should be able to help out with other languages as well. I also have some experience of teaching adults.

Skills: python APIs devops testing webapps SQL REST

Nicolas Marcora

I'm Head of Teaching at Boolean UK, we're sponsoring tonight's event and I am going to stay on for the event as a coach after our intro

Anna McDougall (she/her)

I've mainly got experience in web development with the MERN stack, and now have secured my first job in tech as a junior software engineer with Novatec in Berlin. Although I don't consider myself an expert, I'm friendly and good at explaining concepts!

Bouchra AL HALMUNI (she/her)

Freelancer Web developer, Designer, Editor and Communication manager. Mentor in EUROPE: Africa the post crisis journey By joining the codebar community I want to help & learn at the same times..

Kim Westley

I'd like to help students learn web development, I've been doing it for the last 10 years (ish)

Simon Reilly (he/him)

React, Javascript, Typescript, Python, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Docker, Continuous Deployment (CD), Testing, Amazon Web Services (AWS), NextJS

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