This music teaching aid guides users through setting goals, selecting a goal, completing a practice session, and viewing results. A collaboration with Kingsley Victor (node API server) and Miguel Rivera.
A game-like educational web app designed entirely by me. Tracks each user's progress toward mastering basic arithmetic, as well as time spent and problems practiced per day.
Allows user to input, edit, and delete contacts. Filter by tag or search by name.
Allows user to manage items, and displays lists automatically sorted by due date and completion. Pixel-perfect responsive HTML/CSS from Photoshop files.
If I finish this tutorial project, the world will have another Twitter clone. As is, you can sign up and view four pages of seed users. Developed with a full suite of tests.
Since then I've explored Ruby on Rails, Vue.js, Express.js, and React.js, and created my own projects with each of these frameworks. I've utilized various tutorials, read a lot of documentation, and asked questions. I'm excited to continue learning about these tools and others, and I'm eager to put my skills to work as part of a great team.
I have always enjoyed the challenge of building things from scratch - where "scratch" is anything from cloth or wood to musical sounds or lines of code. My first exposure to web developing was an elective course that I took while working on my BA in music. After many years of playing with geocities and WordPress, I eventually decided to seek a full-time career in this field.
I'm a good listener and an open-minded thinker. I'm quiet by nature and good at tactful communication (thanks to my 10+ years of teaching violin). I'm passionate about quality and I'd be an asset to any team.
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