I currently work for the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Department, however I am looking to change career paths and jump headfirst into tech. I’ve been learning to code for around 2 months through online self training. I fully believe immersion is the best way to learn a skill and am very excited to continue this journey while working on projects from which the community of Fort Collins benefits.
I’m David. I work with WordPress a lot, speak at PHP conferences pretty regularly, teach people how to do WordPress development at WPShout, and generally just try to have fun. I don’t work too hard.
I also like to bike, read, and play board games. Castles of Burgundy is the best board game I think.
I’m a Junior Computer Science and Business Major at CSU, I have been coding for a few years now, and I look forward to helping to make Fort Collins a better place. I’m @rrob1487 on Github
My background is in Physics, but for the last three years I have been trying to become a Programmer. Born and raised in Fort Collins, Excited to learn more and join in a community: I’m 00wizard on Github.
I’m a security engineer in the Fort Collins area. I have experience with product development, code management, architecture, and QA, always with a focus on privacy and security. More experienced with back end than front end code, if left to my own devices developing a web interface, I’ll probably do it in flask.
Front-end designer and developer currently employed at Unizin doing mainly design (SketchApp) and Front-end work (ReactJS and Sass). Interested in assisting with Code For FoCo’s awesome mission and giving back to the community through code.
I am Isaiah Torain, and I am a recent graduate from Colorado State University. I am from Colorado Springs, CO and have been developing since I started school although I was “hacking” on things since I was a tike. I joined CodeForFoco to sharpen my developer skills, expand my network, and of course contribute to the community of Fort Collins by doing something I love! Check me out on Github or you can see my photos on Instagram (sorry, no fb or twitter). Also drop by my personal blog.
Hi everyone. I’m a CSU computer science student who is interested in learning more about programming and meeting interesting people. I interned at MathWorks for 6 months in 2016. I have experience in Java, iOS development with Swift and Python. I’m @posionus on Github.
Hi all, I’m a software engineer looking to contribute to my community and stretch my coding legs. I live in Old Town and love the idea of mozying over to help develop the next cool thing for our fair city. Talk to me about programming, computer hardware, video games, hiking, A/V, or anything else! And definitely join!
I am currently the Digital Dome Manager at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. There I manage the dome operations including developing and running programs and activities, maintain the server and other A/V technology that runs the dome, as well as numerous other tech related tasks around the museum. I graduated from Colorado State University with a BS in Business Administration with a Computer Information Systems concentration. You can find me on Facebook or Github at @zerdnog.
I’m a developer currently working at DataSplice in Old Town Fort Collins. I’ve been coding for around 15 years. The first half was mostly backe-end (Java/Spring Framework, and a little C# and Rails). Most recently have been focusing on HTML5 web and mobile apps. I enjoy functional programming, and am interested in languages and libraries such as JS, Elm, F#. I grew up in England, but have lived in the U.S. since 2005. I was also in the U.S. Air Force for a while as a weather forecaster.
I am a Web Application Developer at Colorado State University’s Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands.
My background is in Geographic Information Systems but in 2013 I jumped ship for the bright shiny object we call The Web, taught myself how to code, and started a small side business called A Better Map so I could make interactive maps that are much nicer than my website. Two of my favorites are the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail and 1947 Partition Archive.
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Besides maps, I enjoy pretty much all things tech: from IoT to NodeJS to WordPress to Docker, these things make my nerdy little world go around.