A popular Twitter hashtag is #100DaysOfCode. From this day forward, I shared on a near daily basis. Sharing my work with others helped me build confidence in my skills. It's also a nice way to get feedback and constructive criticism that helps you grow. Want to see my first tweet?
The final React-centered Sprint Challenge required us to craft axios calls to get, add, edit, and delete data. We also made a log-in page that stored a unique token via local storage. You can see the code in action here.
Park Passport is a nature lover's guide to local parks. I made a fully functional back-end, including verification with JSON web tokens, and tested extensively on Insomnia. Users are able to log-in, sign-up, view/add/rate parks, and leave reviews. Attached is the repo plus a video of a star rating system I added later.
I led the creation of release canvases and user surveys. With help from another developer, I created scrubbers to clean back-end data and make sure it's structured correctly. This landing page is the most user friendly website I've ever designed. Plus I made responsive adjustments for desktop users and a Pomodoro Clock that helps students work in short, focused bursts so they can be more efficient.