Test Driven Development
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JobFindr is an ongoing Python/Django application that I am developing as part of an apprenticeship. It allows a user to track all of the stages of their job application process from start to finish.
I am currently refactoring the project and separating the frontend into React and converting the backend to serve up the API so no direct links are available at the moment.
REST Countries API is a project to consume an API and present its data in a directory and also individual detail format. The project included light/dark theme switching, searching by user input and filtering by user from a dropdown select menu.
I built the project into a dynamic single page application with React.
This was a freelance project for a local New York Jewelry Designer who wanted a portfolio of her creations outside of Instagram where she normally posts her work.
This project was my submission to a Hackathon hosted by the coding platform Replit.com
The challenge was to utlize their platform and submit a project for their event and in just 6 days I was able to conceive, research, plan and develop my solution. I've covered my experience and process in a short article here: Read more.
My background prior to coding was in international business and I was involved with facilitating business between our American firms and companies in Hong Kong and China. My responsibilities were to help navigate communications across the different languages, cultures, values and ideas between the partners.
Additionally, I helped create systems to manage logistics across the entire business cycle coordinating it with each partner’s own systems and procedures. I used simple tools to build these systems but within them were the same problem solving, analytical thinking which I’ve brought to coding.
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I am available for work.
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