Dan Prudhomme devCodeCamp Alumni

Veteran

Relocation:  No – Mississippi Gulf Coast or Remote
Availability:  Immediately

Technologies

  • JavaScript
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Node.js
  • React.js
  • Express.js
  • MongoDB
  • Web Services & Rest API
  • JSON
  • Git & GitHub
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Postman
  • Chart.js
  • Node Schedule

Dan Prudhomme

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10-Day Final Project

My MERN stack capstone project is an application called Ambitious Forgetfuls.  It is designed not only as a daily reminder tool for everyday tasks but also as a tool that can be used to incentivize the users to actively seek out and complete tasks for rewards.

Registered users can create their own task or use the search feature to view other users’ profiles and request to take on the task together.  As the creator of a task, a user can use the search feature to invite another user to complete their task.

Completing a task will grant the completer a point.  Points are displayed using Chart.js in the form of a bar graph on each user’s profile and as a pie graph on each tasks’ page allowing everyone to see how their points stack up to one another for that particular task.

Points, users, and tasks are all stored on a cloud MongoDB database.  User password information is encrypted before being saved to the database.  Node.js and Express.js on the backend control daily/weekly schedules that Chart.js pulls its data from.  The use of React.js with hooks gives a seamless user experience without the need to refresh the page to see data change.

Watch my video presentation of this application below.

Hire Me Because…

I have over 11 years of troubleshooting and problem-solving experience.  I see myself as a partner rather than an employee. Meaning, I feel the success of the company I work with is directly tied to the product and accomplishments I provide to the company.  I am a dedicated, focused, and punctual individual that will not accept failure on my behalf.

Passion For Programming

I am an addict of programming.  Whether I’m looking at a website, a piece of electronic equipment, or a toy, all I can think about is what technologies, loops, arrays, or conditionals went into creating its behavior.  I will frequently find myself programing my own projects for hours on end without realizing a moment has passed.  Solving a problem that previously seemed impossible gives me an abundance of thrill, fulfillment, and motivation to continue.

Three Words About My Professional Qualities

Persistent:  When presented with a problem I do not give up until I find some kind of solution.  There are so many ways to solve problems and I will break down my issue and attack from every angle until I have a viable solution to my problem or until I make it a non-problem.

Humble: I am not afraid of humility or being wrong. I enjoy constructive criticism and consider the advice given to me. I believe the moment we are right about everything we will no longer be on the frontier of innovation.

Philomath: I have a passion for learning.  I believe receiving mentorship is invaluable. I spend a minimum of three hours a day listening or watching educational content, from programming to astrophysics, to anthropology, and much more.

Three Words That Describe The Best Role For Me

Challenging: I am a natural problem solver and I am ready and willing to take on the complex task my team assigns to me.

Meaningful: I want my work to be fulfilling.  I want to develop exceptional products that are easy to use, understand, and better the lives of consumers.

Growth: I want to be in a position where I can absorb knowledge from my mentors and peers.  I am eager to learn and grow as a developer to make the best products I am capable of creating.

Watch My Capstone Presentation

A 10-day sprint that starts with each students’ idea. They are responsible for architecting this application, researching and learning any new languages or technologies to complete it, and build the final project. Since this is their crowning achievement during our course, instructors are very hands-off during the lifecycle of the development of their capstone.