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RafaelDavisH

Hi 👋 there!

I'm a web developer passionate about all things JavaScript and ☕ coffee enthusiast based out of the City of Angeles. Check out my current projects and latest blog posts to catch up on where I'm at in my developer journey.

Projects

MoTo
  • Dec 15, 2019 | 👨‍💻 github - 🚀 site
  • I was fortunate to collaborate with a remote team called Toucans03 in the Chingu Voyage program. Moto has a Pomodoro timer, MIT (most important task) checklist, TODO, inspirational quotes, and a work-in-progress weather forecast. I was responsible for the Pomodoro Timer, dynamic backgrounds, MoTo's logo, GitHub workflow for pull requests and merges, two blog posts, which are part of a series ofr voyage logs.

Pomodoro
  • Dec 15, 2019 | 👨‍💻 codeSandbox - 🚀 site
  • Built a Pomodoro Timer as part of the features for MoTo, a Momentum clone app. The Pomodoro contains basic play, stop, and reset functionalities. It has a short break of five minutes, a longer break of fifteen minutes, and a twenty-five minutes time block for work. The play button has a fill animation that progresses as time comes to completion.

Basic CSS Web Design Blog
  • July 08, 2019 | 👨‍💻 github - 🚀 site
  • Collaborating with freeCodeCamp to build version 7.0 of their curriculum. Build a final version of a blog implementing basic CSS web design concepts. Currently working backwards to break down the final version into small steps.

Responsive Piano
  • May 21, 2019 | 👨‍💻 github - 🚀 site
  • Collaborating with freeCodeCamp to build version 7.0 of their curriculum. Build a final version of the Piano implementing all the responsive web design concepts. Worked backwards to break down the final version into small steps.

Favorite Food and Dessert Spots
  • June 2018 | 👨‍💻 github - 🚀site
  • Single-page application that uses Bootstrap, CSS Grid, Knockoutjs, Google Maps and Foursquare API to display food spots around LA. The markers display information about each spot using Google's Info Windows and saved images.

Latest Posts

3 Key Elements to Have a Successful Chingu Voyage