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I am looking for a creative environment where web apps are developed through collaboration and sharing knowledge. Being eager to learn new skills and technologies, I will bring a fresh and proactive yet professional approach into the team. My goal…. => free the www from poor and boring user experience.
I am a hard-working, responsible, curious developer, always determined to keep on learning. I have training in full stack Ruby on Rails & React development thanks to Codaisseur, with a preference for back-end, and over a year of work experience maintaining and building a big Ruby on Rails application. I am passionate about writing new clean code as well as refactoring and debugging existing one. I am looking for new exciting career opportunities where I can continue building my skills.
Coding is my new passion. I enjoy writing codes that build stuffs and solve problems. Graduated from Codaisseur, I would like to look for a company where I can grow and learn to become a more experienced programmer. I am able to work quite comfortably in both front-end and back-end positions, so a full-stack position would be my preference.
I am proactive person and as a developer, my goal is to expand my knowledge and grow as a professional and share my enthusiasm. My New Year's resolution is to find a job that enable me to grow in a company that shares my values. I’m passionate about building products that make processes (and life!) easier. Extremely positive, focused and eager to learn.
I am one of those programmers who are extremely passionate about the art that is their work, strive for continuous learning/improvement and can really get their teeth deep into any interesting project. I am especially enthusiastic about code that is more complex / deeply layered, so I'd like to go as low-level/computer-y as possible and touch as many areas of programming as possible :) As long as the work itself is captivating and the culture fits with my introversion/nerdiness, I really don't care if the programming work is in or outside of webdev! I'm a quick learner so I should quickly become 'now-I-can-google-my-way-out-of-most-things' comfortable with any ecosystem/language/framework/stack~
After the program ends I would like to start working as a front end developer as soon as possible. Working on a new cool web application in line client’s requirements or adding that new feature that will boost user experience is something I would be doing. It is important for me to be able to constantly develop myself so I would like to have an opportunity to work with new technologies in my work place.
I'd like to work for a smaller company in an awesome, diverse team. Using my new found and existing skills. I'm always trying to find that sweet spot of usability and innovatively for every project I'm working on.
Having worked with research for the Brazilian government for the past 6 years and with translations for the last 10, the switch from text to visual has been quite a challenge for me; one that I've taken full-heartedly. In order to keep developing these new skills, I'd love to start my career in Digital Design working for a company where I can be part of a bigger team, from which I can continue to learn and grow. In the meantime, I'll keep practicing every day. I couldn't be happiest with this career switch: I feel complete when I'm designing, trying to solve problems and coming up with intuitive solutions.
As a passionate designer coming from a background as a South African medical doctor, I would make a valuable addition to any team. I have strong leadership qualities and do my part as a team-player through maintaining communication, motivating the team toward the end goal, and contributing 110% of my design skills & talent! I am looking for a role that will make use of my strengths (namely UX research, storytelling & presentations), as well as allow me to further develop & grow as a designer in all spheres.
Hi! I am a UX/UI designer with a love for all solutions that are smart, innovative and sustainable. Big fan of working in small teams, facilitating sprints and building something testable! Take a look at my work or drop me a line!
My boyfriend introduced me to coding & turned out I loved it! He now regrets it because he is now like the sidepiece in the relationship I have with coding! I completed the intense programme here at Codaisseur and am now looking for a fun job where I can continue to grow as a developer (and also fund my lego addiction). In 5 years I hope to have gained more valuable experience, developed my skills further, and have a Lego sculpture displayed in my lounge that I built.
Ever since I unboxed my first family computer I have been interested in programming and harnessing the power of millions of little silicon transistors. Life took me down a different path but I have always tinkered with code and automation. I finally have a chance to make it my full time job and I'm here to seize the opportunity.