September 2020 - Present
Reviewed 200+ students’ projects on their technical abilities.
Gave students feedback to help them become the best programmers by assessing their code clarity, style, and best practices on project PRs.
I ensured that students understand their project objectives very well by arranging one-on-one video calls to help them attain mastery.
In this project, I developed a frontend web application, Car Rentals for hiring/renting cars using Car Rentals API, I built from the ground up using Ruby-on-Rails with JSON Web Token for authorization and authentication.
In this project, I developed a frontend web application, catalog of financial values using Stock API, and collect the data from my React Application. It shows the most active stocks, top gainers, and top losers as well the ability to search stocks and show the latest stock news.
In this project, I utilize the Phaser 3 framework to build an adventure game with four levels comprising of snowman enemy and bomb at level 4 only. The player acquires points by collecting star coins. I used local storage to persist player scores as the player transitions to the next level/scene of the game. I also used the Leaderboard API to post the player's score, displaying the top 10 players on the leaderboard scene.
If you have been using Heroku often, you’ll notice that it is not suitable for persisting image storage and should not be used for any permanent storage. In this article, we simplify how you can perform direct uploads to Cloudinary in your Rails application, in order to persist your image uploads.
File uploading is an important aspect of many Rails applications and image uploading, in particular, is one of the most important features. In this article, we’ll simplify the image uploading process in 7 simple steps to make your life easier, using Shrine.
In this article, you will gain an in-depth understanding of controller specs, request specs, and feature specs. You’ll learn how to use Capybara to describe a typical user story where all interactions are driven via the user interface.