Roman G.

Roman G.

Full Stack Developer specializing in all things JavaScript

New York , United States

Experience: 2 Years

Roman

New York , United States

Full Stack Developer specializing in all things JavaScript

90000 USD / Year

  • Immediate: Available

2 Years

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About Me

I am a hard working full-stack software engineer focusing on JavaScript web applications using React or Angular 7 with Node.js and Express. I work with NoSQL and SQL databases, particularly PostgreSQL. I have good analytical skills and enjoy solvi...

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Portfolio Projects

G & V Auto Clinic

Company

G & V Auto Clinic

Description

Client requested a basic website to show their information of the business. It is mobile friendly, with mobile functionality, created using ReactJS, HTML5, CSS3, NodeJS, Express, and Chai/Mocha for testing. It was created to have geolocation as well as implementing Google Maps functionality. For styling, a parallax was implemented using CSS3 with images selected by the client.

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Tools

Git

Bank Clone

Company

Bank Clone

Description

Bank required me to present a demonstration to assess my skills commonly found in financial institutions. Users could create an account, add and retrieve digital funds, as well as move them from savings to checkings, and the other way around. The savings portion calculated a percentage to be added yearly based on the amount in the account. Users were also able to send digital funds over to other users, using their email address.

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Tools

Git

Company

Portfolio

Description

Created my portfolio to easily showcase both resume, about me, as well as my skills using React, CSS3, JavaScript, HTML5, and mobile friendly design.

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Meili

Company

Meili

Description

Thesis project created for my bootcamp in a team of 4, Meili was a travel itinerary for users coming to New York. Based on their preferences inputted, our application would display an itinerary of however many days they chose, with 3 activities and 3 restaurants, changing daily. Users were allowed to drag and drop their plans to either different days, or change the order of the plans we gave them within that day. Preferences were based on budget, preference for food/activities, the weather, and how much they would rather spend inside than outside.

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Tools

java