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Curious and driven new graduate from Le Wagon Montreal. I am eager to learn in real world settings!

I started learning code in late 2022 and it quickly became clear that this was the path I wanted to follow, so I decided to completely commit to it and make a drastic career switch. I joined a bootcamp here in Montreal, Le Wagon, where I had a wonderful experience! I come from an artistic background. I am a composer, and worked the past 10 years in the tattoo industry to make a living. At Le Wagon I learned how to build Rails apps as a full-stack developer, working in teams within the agile methodology. I also learned JavaScript, bootstrap, worked with Webpack, and PostgreSQL, amongst other things. I very much enjoyed designing schemes for databases and working on the back-end. At the end of the final sprint each of the team members chose a feature to add to our final app, something we could work on by ourselves; I chose to build a chat room from start to finish. Even though I did finish in time for demo day, I kept on fine tuning and debugging it after the bootcamp was done. It was a super fun and awesome challenge to tackle by myself! Now I am looking for a position that will allow me to grow as a developer in the real world. I want nothing more than to gain experience and learn from those who are further along this path. I feel very passionate about being part of a team, I love collaborating. I think creatively and love brainstorming ideas with others. I can bring very good insights to a team. I have great communication skills and my curiosity always leads me to continue learning. My interests are varied, and I dive deep into a subject when I am curious about it, be it within tech, science, music, art, psychology, cats, houseplants, you name it! If you want someone who can connect with a varied group of people and have interesting conversations, I am your gal!

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How's your Domain Model doing?

Hey, how's your Rails app doing? Does it feel ok to work, or is starting to feel like a drag? Or maybe you're just getting and are worried about getting things right out the gate? My take is that your app is missing better tools for Domain Modeling. If your Domain Model isn't in the best shape, it can often be a slog to continue feature development and maintenance. All the little cuts add up and it's just no fun. You need a better approach to get set up well and to stay that way. I'd like to help you out. I'm excellent at feature work and finding elegant solutions that'll take less resulting code and thus there's less to maintain. I've been on the Rails core team, so I also know Rails inside and out. Leveling up Basecamp Here's a lot of the stuff I did at my tenure at Basecamp: Wrote an IMAP-based importer for emails, using Puma's TCP serving, while communicating with a third-party about getting into Gmail's export options Helped elevate the organizations focus on accessibility alongside a third-party contractor, including looking at options for a new foundation for a11y APIs in Rails Invented the underlying idea and internal implementation for Kredis, a flag-ship feature in Rails 7, which replaced one-off Redis data interactions throughout the app Wrote "Since you last visited" with the domain concept of an inbox Glance, it used a Kredis datetime updated when a lazy-loaded turbo-frame would enter the viewport, the frame was injected into an inbox where a sorted Stimulus controller would automatically place it, with CSS the frame was hid the top of the inbox or on a pagination boundary Used Kredis to build out a per-inbox onboarding flow with elegant code Wrote exports for emails and contacts, including inventing geared_refresh_frame_tags which wrapped the exports in the UI and would reload at distinct intervals Came up with an ActiveSupport::CurrentAttributes based Filtering class for account filtering, to inject the account condition into queries, also included per account turbo_stream channels to broadcast to — this happened in a code review for a team member Added a Menu view object to consolidate our view logic between HTML and the mobile app's JSON Additionally, I sketched out many potential abstractions, including an ActiveSupport::Policy object to check or abort on conditions. Throughout my entire tenure, I've written excellent code that continually pushed the boundaries of what the organization could do and set an example for other developers there. What I'm Up to I'm the author of several gems that take Rails further without getting in the way of your code. I run a Ruby and Rails community Discord server with 500+ members, giving your team a space to bounce ideas off of other senior Rails developers. We welcome developers of all skill levels!

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