My passion for coding started in college where I would watch my roommate dissect his code like a virtual biologist and put it all back together. It wasn’t until after graduation that I realized the seed planted by my roommate was beginning to sprout. So I started to teach myself and eventually found Lambda, which has been the fertilizer to help this passion grow from the seedling planted by my roommate, to the blossoming tree that it is today.
I am working full time as a Web Developer for a local company, based in Houston, TX. Prior that use to work as a digital marketer for 2 years, doing search engine optimization, Facebook and Google Ads mainly for startups. And as a part of my job was doing web development, this is where fell in love with the code and here I am!
I have a BS degree in Engineering, specifically in the automation of producing processes.
On the frontend, I did the login/signup page. We used hooks which were new to me but very useful! On the backend, I did testing for the coach-helpers-router and also the register. This was my first time using PostgreSQL and it was good to learn!
I am 22 years old and have lived in Michigan my whole life. My passion is singing/music and I hope to start creating my own music for all to hear! Here at Lambda, my life has changed for the better and I am truly excited for my future as a Full-Stack Web Developer!
I was born and currently live in Denver, Colorado. A Salesforce Administrator by day, and Lambda student by night, I’m almost always solving some kind of problem. Before Lambda, I was a hobbyist programmer and rarely built anything very useful. Now I know how to put the pieces together to make something fully functional and valuable. To clear my mind, I get outside in the sun, either for a hike, or play some disc golf with friends.
I’m currently a support engineer at a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider. I provide support for in on-boarding customers, billing questions, how to use features, setting up VoIP devices, troubleshooting issues with devices, and account fraud. I also write post for the Callcentric Blog. I enjoy working with customers. Listening to their problems and finding solutions to those problems. I have ten years experience at providing technical support with a small team. I also have experience working remote.