I also offer virtual office hours if you want to chat about coding, get advice, want to teach me something cool, or need somewhere to vent.
When I'm not coding, you might find me reading, working out, playing basketball or riding my bike.
|The Powers of CSS-in-JS||March 22nd, 2019|
|Testing Out GraphQL with REST Endpoints||January 29th, 2019|
|Twilio Superclass Workshop||January 19th, 2019|
|What is Gatsby.js - a Warm Introduction||January 11th, 2019|
|Build Chrome Extensions with React||December 5th, 2018|
|Step Up Your Portfolio Game - Use Gatsby.js||October 6th, 2018|
- How to Create Code Profiles in VSCode
- React Native - Adding App Icons for Android
- The Practical Checklist for Getting a Job
- Implementing GraphQL with a REST API
- Identify Unknown Phone Numbers with Python 3, AWS Lambda, Twilio Lookup and SMS
- Meditation will make you a better programmer: Here’s how.
- I made my first open source contribution within 200 days (and how you can too)
A "gamified" learning platform to help you become a web developer. The idea is that it will take you from the beginning to being job-ready using interactive dialog-style lessons, quizzes and small tasks.
A simple Chrome extension to help you coordinate across timezones. Input the date and time of your event and then we give you a link where others can view the event in their respective timezone. Timezoning made easy 👏🏼
More on GitHub
I try contribute to open source whenever I can.
If you're logged in to GitHub, you can see my contributions here.
I send a few emails per month to share things I'm excited about. I'd be delighted if you signed up.