Anyway, I quit my job in construction, attended the Flatiron School, made it out in one pass, and never looked back. My first gig was a contract position as a full-stack developer for Petmasters. Now, I feel incredibly blessed to have ended up in my current position as a back-end (mobile) engineer at Teladoc Health. When I'm not coding, I really enjoy crocheting, honing my karaoke skills, watching bad reality shows, and spending time with my wonderful friends and family :)
CSS. Implemented timer, and score board (loses one star each time the player
reaches a certain number of tries). Modal pops up at the end with game stats,
and option to play again. Cards are shuffled each time the game is restarted.
classic arcade game Frogger. The player tries to make it from the grass to
the water withour running into the bugs. If player instance overlaps bug
instance on the canvas, the player position is reset to the starting point.
This project is done in React, and uses Google Maps API, Foursquare API, and
the react-google-maps library. Typing into the filter bar updates the list and
the map markers in real time. Clicking on a map marker reveals more information
about the venue. App is accessible and responsive.
This project uses React on the front end and Rails on the back end. Other technologies used: Postgres, Rails JSON API, Yelp API, Google Maps API, and Geocoder gem (Ruby). Users can get restaurant suggestions based on multiple locations. Users can also save favorites, which are persisted to a database. Front end Code | Back end Code | Deployed AppClose Project
This project uses React & React Router. A "Books" API
(provided by Udacity) was used to retrieve the books. Students were responsible
for creating components, and implementing all other logic & features such as search, dropdown, moving the books between shelves, and persisting the status of a book.