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Victoria Fields

Front-End Engineer
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About me

I am a curiosity-driven software engineer with a background in pelvic physical therapy and small business ownership. My previous professional experiences have shaped me into a creative, organized, and communicative problem-solver who thrives in collaborative and fast-paced environments, and leads with empathy, patience, and adaptability in all relationships.

I cherish lifelong learning and communication in my work, and I am so excited to join a team of like-minded developers!

Outside of coding, I am a travel- and nature-enthusiast who enjoys writing and loves going on adventures with her parter and pupflake.

📬 If you're interested in chatting, please feel free to send me an email!

Preferred locations

  • Denver, CO
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • Santa Fe, NM
Open to other locations and/or remote work

Previous industries

  • Hospital & Health Care
  • Medical Practice

Skills

  • Chai
  • Continuous Integration
  • CSS3
  • Cypress
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • GraphQL
  • HTML5
  • JavaScript
  • Mocha
  • Npm
  • React
  • TypeScript
  • User Interface Design / UI
  • Visual Studio
  • Webpack

Currently learning

  • Express
  • Redux

Projects

Eat Local

Eat Local

Project scope time 60 hours
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Tools Used

  • Continuous Integration
  • CSS3
  • Cypress
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • GraphQL
  • HTML5
  • JavaScript
  • Npm
  • React
  • Webpack

This accessible application was built by a full-stack team of 7 engineers—3 FE, 4 BE—and featured JSON contract creation, daily stand-ups, weekly retros, and other agile practices over a 2-week development period. The team utilized GitHub issues as its ticketing system, and implemented CircleCI with automated an Cypress suite and linter alongside PR code review requirements.

This group project was assigned during the final module of Turing's Front-End Engineering program, about 19-20 weeks into its students learning how to code, with an emphasis on collaboration between front- and back-end teams. The details of this project are outlined in this project spec.

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Find My API

Find My API

Project scope time 35 hours
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Tools Used

  • CSS3
  • Cypress
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • HTML5
  • Npm
  • React
  • TypeScript
  • Webpack

This mobile-first, responsive, and accessible React application was built over a 6-day sprint, utilizing a wireframe and Github projects to organize user personas, user stories, and acceptance criteria during planning stages. It implements TDD via a robust end-to-end Cypress testing suite with thorough error handling and sad-path testing. It features both TypeScript and React hooks to produce a lighter, faster, and statically typed application.

This final solo project was assigned during the third module of Turing's Front-End Engineering program, about 16-17 weeks into its students learning how to code. The details of this project are outlined in this project spec.

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Rancid Tomatillos

Rancid Tomatillos

Project scope time 30 hours
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Tools Used

  • CSS3
  • Cypress
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • HTML5
  • JavaScript
  • React

This accessible React application was created and managed using both a wireframe program and GitHub Projects to outline high level project design, user stories and acceptance criteria, and React component functionality/data flow using OOP principles. It implements TDD via end-to-end testing with a Cypress suite that tests both happy- and sad-paths, and utilizes React-Router to produce a multi-page user experience and handle bad URLs.

This partnered project was assigned during the third module of Turing's Front-End Engineering program, about 13-14 weeks into its students learning how to code. The details of this project are outlined in this project spec.

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FitLit

FitLit

Project scope time 40 hours
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Tools Used

  • Chai
  • CSS3
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • HTML5
  • JavaScript
  • Mocha
  • Npm
  • Webpack

Built collaborating with a group of four developers, FitLit is a web application that consumes RESTful APIs without using async/await, hinging on a grasp of JavaScript’s asynchronous, single-threaded nature, and successfully integrates multiple responses into a single data model with error-handling. It meets both Lighthouse's and WAVE's accessibility audit standards, and features TDD with a robust Mocha & Chai unit- and integration-testing suite.

This two-part project was assigned during the second module of Turing's Front-End Engineering program, about 8-10 weeks into its students learning how to code. The details of this project are outlined in these Part 1 and Part 2 project specs.

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