The people who know me know my passion for code. My father gave me a computer when I was eight years old. Within a year, I had made it my goal to learn how to make it do what I wanted it to. That was the beginning of my immersion into coding. I didn't even realize until my first programming class in high school that I could make a living by writing code.
Coding is more than a career for me. Coding is a hobby, a passion, and a living. They say when you have a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. When computers were first being developed, they were called the universal machine. So when you have a universal machine, maybe every problem really is solvable.
Things I Can Do
I've used a number of frontend and backend libraries. I'm proficient in Express, React, Svelte, SvelteKit, Electron, SMUI (my own library), and Nymph.js (my own library).
I specialize in web technologies, and have a strong understanding of the systems upon which they are built, such as HTTP/HTTPS, TCP/UDP, and IP. I have a strong background in database architecture, RESTful design, and data structures.
Open Source Projects
My passion for open source led me to start SciActive. It is the name under which most of my copyrighted code is held. Here are just a few examples of the projects I started and maintain.
Nymph.js is an object relational mapper for Node.js, designed to bring all the power of database querying to the client side. From the browser, Nymph allows you to essentially write DB queries, save data objects to the backend, and run server side methods on your data objects, all while providing powerful access control.
You can find many more of my open source projects on the SciActive GitHub page.