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Ryan Camp

Software Engineer
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About me

Backend Engineer (Ruby, Rails, Python, Django, Postgres) that loves to learn new things, solve problems, and make things hum. Whether working solo or in teams, I aim to design and write code that will make a positive impact for a business and the world. A life-long learner of new technologies so don't count me out on quickly picking up anything you put down. I have learned a bit of C language in my own time, and looking to dive into others (currently Java). Reach out! I would be excited to speak about what I can do to help you.

Preferred locations

  • Denver, CO
Open to remote work

Previous industries

  • Aviation & Aerospace

Skills

  • Bootstrap
  • C
  • CSS3
  • Django
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • Google
  • GraphQL
  • Heroku
  • HTML5
  • JavaScript
  • LinkedIn
  • Node.js
  • PostgreSQL
  • Python
  • Rails
  • React
  • React Native
  • RSpec
  • Ruby
  • Software Architecture
  • SQL
  • Vue.js

Currently learning

  • Engineering Management
  • IntelliJ
  • Java

Projects

Oh Crop!

Oh Crop!

Contribution time 85 hours
Collaborators

Tools Used

  • React Native
  • Oh Crop! was a greenfield project that helps you discovery new plants for your garden and also track when you need to take care of them. It is a mobile application that we used React Native to build. I was given the opportunity to take a FE role on this project.- 14 day team project 

    My areas of focus:
    React Native on ExpoHooksJestreact-native-testing-libraryReact NavigationTravis CI
Code Repository
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Sweater Weather API

Sweater Weather API

Contribution time 25 hours
Collaborators

Tools Used

Sweater Weather is a Ruby on Rails, ReSTful API that allows the user (FE) to access information on current and forecasted weather on a particular destination.Four major endpoints were exposed allowing Front End to:Get current weather on a locationCreate a user (Which also created and issued a token)Login a user (Which would give back token in response)A roadtrip endpoint that provided forecasted weather and travel time (require valid token) 

My areas of focus:
OOPToken AuthorizationSerialization of ResponseSingle Responsibility PrincipleUtilizing External Service (Google, Unsplash, Open Weather)

Code Repository
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Crime Time

Crime Time

Contribution time 70 hours
Collaborators

Tools Used

  • Rails

Crime time is a Ruby on Rails project that takes in crime data through a microservice, aggregates, and displays statistics.The team and I worked for two weeks on this greenfield project to build it from the ground up.Brainstorming(with Miro using sticky notes), Wireframing (with Miro), and Developing through the first sprint. 

My areas of focus:
Ruby on Rails Sinatra (FBI Mircroservice)OAuth (Google OAuth Services)PostgreSQLJavaScript (Fetch calls for dynamic display)Bootstrap 4 (Styling)

Launch the App Code Repository
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