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This is an open-source collaboration with the volunteer group, 'Code for Denver.' We build apps, software, and websites for non-profits, local government, and the community that serve their needs. This project uses the Mapbox API along with Denver public records to render a map that is more visually functional to possibly better aid future poverty reform agendas. We are working towards capturing a timeline of data to implement a toggle to illustrate how the neighborhoods developed over the years.
This was the first project I ever created. In order to help my girlfriend, who resells clothes online, I wrote several scripts using Python, Selenium, and JS. The first goes through her hundreds of Poskmark listings and compiles all the details into an excel document. From there, I automate the process of relisting all her items to Mercari and Facebook. I also wrote a script that follows thousands of Poshmark users to give her account more exposure. The final script reshares her listings and runs almost 24 hours a day. My efforts have significantly increased her sales, saves her hundreds of tedious hours, and really elevated my excitement for development.
I created this project for a previous restaurant that I worked at. They needed to be able to track the capacity of their building that has four different entrances. Four users login and greet guests at each entrance to keep track of the capacity via Firebase. Created with React.
This was a another quick project so I could explore more dogs on the internet. It is built with ReactJS and uses Redux for state management. It uses Axios for get requests to a dog API. It builds info cards based on the JSON return. User can search results for breed, group, and temperament.
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