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Full Stack Developer - React-Redux-Ruby-Rails | Positive-minded individual | Bringing creativity to life through code

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Hello everyone! I'm an experienced full-stack developer specializing in web development, with expertise in React, Redux, and Rails to create tailored software solutions for diverse businesses. Alongside my technical skills, I've been actively practicing mindfulness for several months, enhancing my focus and problem-solving abilities. Prior to joining Microverse, I completed a two-year computer science program at UCSY, which provided me with a strong foundation in programming languages and an eagerness for continuous learning in the ever-evolving tech industry. Thanks to Microverse's intensive training, I've gained valuable experience in remote work and effective teamwork. Over the past months, I've worked on various projects, collaborating with developers from around the world to develop APIs and web pages. My problem-solving mindset and adaptability, honed during my studies and enhanced by mindfulness practice, make me confident in tackling challenges efficiently. I believe these skills and expertise make me an invaluable asset to any development team. Feel free to DM me anytime for a quick 10-minute chat to explore how my skills can benefit you. Front-End: Javascript, React, Redux, Tailwind CSS, Bootstrap, HTML5 Back-End: Ruby, Rails, MySQL, Postgres, Php, Laravel Tools & Methods: Git, Github, Render, Netlify, Mobile Development, Chrome Dev Tools Product Management: Prototyping | Wireframing Professional: Remote Pair-Programming, Teamwork, Mentoring Email:

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Multilingual, Multi-talented Software Maven

In 2013, I stumbled into the world of software and it's been a thrilling journey ever since. While residing out of state and working as a secretary, a company spotted my resume on a job board and invited me to interview for a junior development role. I was initially skeptical, (I joked that all I could do was update a MySpace page), but they recognized my proficiency in foreign languages and believed they could teach me to code. Although I absolutely bombed the technical interview, my future boss saw potential and told me he saw a working brain at play. They specialized in a healthcare abstraction software written in Smalltalk and it unlocked a part of my brain that I didn’t know existed — something creative and analytical and puzzle-y and I was hooked from word one. I worked with them for about a year before circumstances led me back to North Carolina to be with family. I knew I would never have such luck again, I enrolled in night school and pursued a software apprenticeship. In 2019, I made the decisive shift to a programming career, a choice that has become the pride of my life. Professionally, I am a passionate software engineer specializing in Ruby/Rails, driven by the challenge of solving complex problems with innovative solutions. I am dedicated to maintaining high code quality and ensuring long-term maintainability while approaching new features with a focus on fundamental design principles. Demonstrating confident ownership of my work, I strive to deliver projects with speed and accuracy. I thrive in both collaborative team environments and self-directed settings, embodying a lifelong student mindset, always eager to swiftly learn and master new technologies.