I enjoy all things sports related. Basketball specifically. Growing up playing sports has taught me how to be a hard worker, a good teamate, and how to be a leader. I also spent many years in the Restaurant industry. Working as a server, host, and a cook, I learned how to work in high intensity and fast paced environments, and how to mediate and work through conflict between customers and co-workers. I made the transition to become a software developer for my love of problem-solving and creativity.
- Boulder, CO
Adopt a Pet
Adopt a Pet
Adopt a Pet was a paired project that used Ruby on Rails to build an application that allows users and admin to use RESTFul end points to create, update, delete, and retrieve information for pets and their application status. This was one of my first projects using the Ruby on Rails framework, so my main achievement was to learn how to efficiently use the framework to build out the desired functionality we were searching for. I also learned how to begin to implement ActiveRecord querying to achieve the desired functionality. I was also able to apply HTML and CSS styling into this project.
Pantry Wizard is an application that allows users to create a profile with specific food preferences and allergies. Through this profile, users can then generate meal plans for certain days based on these food preferences. My focus on the project was implementing google OAUTH and consuming the Google Maps and Places API to display a map with the nearest grocery stores to a users inputted location. I also helped with setting up the front end side of the application and general maintenance and bug fixes on our backend server.