I’m a front-end developer, but that wasn’t always the case. Here’s a little about me.
As a first generation Persian-American, I have learned how to empathize and collaborate with people of different cultural backgrounds and nationalities. As a University of Michigan alumni, I embraced a growth-mindset to push myself through challenging situations. I learned Japanese, promoted sustainability practices to combat climate change within my sphere, and honed my commitment to become a better version of myself everyday.
After college, in Kamiyama, Japan, I utilized my interpersonal skills, language skills, and critical thinking to make language learning fun for my pre-secondary students by introducing them to American culture with interactive lessons that utilized visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles to teach.
Now as a software engineer, I am eager to apply my diverse experiences to problem-solving and team-building. The skills of thinking logically as well as giving and receiving kind, specific, and actionable feedback in tech has positively impacted me as a person. I am excited to see where my love of language, my growth mindset, and my technical skills will take me and how I can make a positive impact on the world.
Please reach out to me about opportunities or anything related to technology and sustainability. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- San Francisco, CA
- Denver, CO
- Detroit, MI
- Renewables & Environment
- User Interface Design / UI
- Visual Studio
- React Native
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It's a study app that allows Devs to answer 50+ of the most common front-end developer questions. They can also filter through questions, and upvote the best ones, and downvote not so helpful ones.
The client-side was built with React, React Hooks, and Router. The server-side was custom built on a PostgreSQL database, with an Express API, that's hosted on Heroku.
We self-taught ourselves how to implement in a back end less than one week, and learned how to tackle the big task of learning something new by ourselves.
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