Hello new friend!
🚧 This site (Gatsby) is 2+ years old. Debating what to build the 2021 version with. Next.js has been my solid goto for while now, but yeah thinking 11ty or maybe html or django or hmmmm.
I grew up in the California Bay Area and now live in New York. I like 🐕 s, solving problems, more 🐶 s also 🐢 s.
Win Son Brooklyn
Taiwanese american restaurant and bakery.
NPM package for google translate
Website 2.0 for NY's newest and most exciting React Meetup
A community-driven investment fund
View 500 days of Tommy's cartoons
FaunaDB + React flashcards app
A marketplace for pop-up experiences
Industrial & Commerical Operations Network
The definitive tool for energy professionals
Foden Dev Blog
Blogging up in here
- CSS Modules,
- Jest Testing,
- Cypress Testing,
- React Testing Library,
- Styled Components,
- Sendgrid & Mailchimp APIs,
- MixPanel & GA Analytics,
Born and raised in Mountain View, CA (Before google took over the town), I went to html summer camps at Stanford as a kid and I have always been messing around on computers. I attended college in San Francisco, and was tweaking websites for friends and landing pages for different social networks. After college I moved to NYC to be closer to family.
I soon found a job with a design firm and absorbed more and more of their IT and accounting workload, enabling the firm to let go of IT contracts and consolidate the firm's backend needs.
In 2015, I was getting tired of consuming so many faulty websites and apps and kept seeing the limitations of the app or places where I wanted to tweak the app. Some times a small part of the design or other times want to add more robust features or want to even totally redo the app entirely. I wanted to really start creating and contributing, so I started to take MOOC's and follow various tutorials working mainly with Python and Ruby, building various projects, a sandwich tracker and some other small projects, but the magic was hidden behind gems and I wanted to really get into the nitty gritty, so end of 2016 decided to take a bigger step, kick this thing into gear for real.