A travel content sharing platform with user authentication and google geocoder API written with Node, Express, and MongoDB.
Sensational Simon Game
A memory sequence game released in 1978 with instrument sounds, keyboard play, and written with ReactJS.
Tic Tac Toe Game
An ubiquitous game playable against AI (MiniMax algorithm) or another player written with ReactJS.
Remarkable Respondez App
A custom ReactJS event app built for our Free Code Camp Ashburn group with use of ReactJS and Firebase.
Phenomenal Pomodoro App
The work/break cycle app based on the Pomodoro Technique by by Francesco Cirillo.
Cool Calculator App
Terrific Twitch App
A Twitch app displaying channel streaming status and information from Twitch API with assistance of Fetch API.
Witty Wikipedia App
Wikipedia app displaying your search results or random article from WikiMedia API with assistance of Fetch API.
Wonderful Weather App
Weather app displaying local weather. Forecast listed for the day, 48 hours, and 1 week using Dark Sky API and Skycons.
FCC Ashburn Website
Home page for the Free Code Camp Ashburn chapter which hosts events, build projects, and create community.
With a remote team of Chingu-Voyage, we cloned a Chrome Extension "Momentum Dash".
Random Quote Machine
Random quotes generated from Forismatic API to share with friends on Twitter and Facebook.
An app for the traveler who wants to make a packing list before the big trip.
A barber shop business based in Sterling. Created with the Divi Theme Framework by Elegant Themes.
I have already obtained Free Code Camp Front End Certificate and Web Developer Bootcamp Certificate. I have a strong interest in web applications, mobile applications, and cloud computing.
I host events with our local Free Code Camp Ashburn group and attend other local tech events with the Code With Me group. In the past, I have worked remotely with a team with Chingu-Voyage, clients in my freelance web design business, and designed in Wordpress with Divi Theme. I love coding, traveling, and meeting new people in my spare time. Thanks for visiting and have a great day!
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