Freelance Web Developer
Full stack web development. I have worked on projects in Node, Express.js, React, React Native,...
Le Wagon is a web development bootcamp that teaches Ruby on Rails and product development. I...
Steamleft had over 650,000 unique visitors, and 500,000 participating users in its first week. It was featured on PCGamer, Kotaku, The Escapist, and dozens of more online outlets. Steamleft is a webapp that aggregates and compares data between your personal Steam API and HowLongToBeat's data to estimate how much time it would take to beat your entire Steam library. It also provides hilarious alternatives for what you could be doing with your time, like reading The Hobbit or running across the United States a certain number of times.
Meal Meter is an app to help people develop beter eating habits. It lets users enter goals and then after each meal they can evaluate how well they followed each goal giving them personal accountability and helping them become more mindful about their meal choices. Meal Meter is built with React Native and is available in the Apple App Store.
This website allows missionaries to create a custom printed book from their emails. It integrates with the Gmail and Blogger apis allowing users to import. There is some basic image processing allowing users to customize cover designs and add extra attachments to emails if they want. The app then sends the data to a docker container which processes all the emails into one ready to print PDF file which is sent to the printing service.
Ruby5 years experience
I've worked on Ruby apps of all shapes and sizes. Including multi tenanted SaaS apps with a lot of complexity under the hood. I am familiar with many of the growing...
Docker2 years experience
I've been working with docker for a few years now. These days everything I do now lives in docker containers.
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Serverless Back-End for React - Your Introduction to Serverless Architecture
An intro to serverless architecture and building a simple serverless back-end for React.