Full Stack Development | Medical Science | Health & Wellness
"Pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off you." - Maya Angelou
I believe in the power of affirmations. Speaking is believing; and, as a Texas-based software engineer, I assert my position as a leader in the computer science industry through the development of creative and innovative programming.
Version Control of Repositories Using GIT Commands, Collaboration on Large Software Developments
Object Orientation, Dynamic Semantics, Data Structures, Program Modularity through Modules and Packages
React Front-End Framework, Redux State Management, Interactivity, DOM Manipulation, Communication with Server
Object Orientation & Relational Mapping, API, Rails MVC Architectural Design, RESTful Routing Conventions, Rack, ActiveRecord
SQLite; Accessing, Manipulating, and Managing of Data Held in Relational Database Management Systems
Structuring of Web Pages & its Contents via HTML; Custom Presentation of Colors, Layout, & Fonts via CSS
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, FULL STACKFlatiron School, August 2020 - Present
MASTER OF SCIENCE, MEDICAL SCIENCEHampton University, August 2016 - May 2018
GPA: 3.9; Histology, Cell/Molecular Biology, Organic Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, HEALTH SCIENCEBaylor University, August 2011 - May 2015
Concentration: Pre-Medicine; Human Anatomy, Physiology, Exercise Physiology, Kinesiology, Nutrition, Health & Human Behavior, Biology, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry, Physics
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CONTRIBUTING WRITERThe Startup Publication, September 2020 - Present
Producing technical articles, rooted in fundamental programming concepts and delivered with science-based analogies for the largest active publication of 720,000+ followers on Medium’s platform
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