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Hi! I am Brenda 👩🏻‍💻

Front end web developer originally from California. I am passionate about developing the best user experience through front end development. Love to learn and discover new things. As a self-taught developer, I am a fast and very resourceful learner. I can work well independently or on a team. I enjoy encouraging and advocating for women in tech. As well as making tech and careers in tech more attainable and accessible.
Pronouns: she/her

Skills & Technologies



🎥 Visit My Youtube Channel

Blog Posts

💬 Visit Blog

"How I Learned to Code for Free and Why You Should As Well"
"How to View Your Live Localhost From Your Laptop on Your Mobile Device"
"Stop Memorizing! : The #1 Advice I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me"
"How to Think of Personal Project Ideas"


  1. Portfolio Public

    My portfolio website

    HTML 4

  2. Morocco4u Public

    Morocco4u is a travel agency react app where people can find and book tours throughout Morocco

    JavaScript 4 4

  3. A cafe website that I made to practice responsive design and dynamically adding content to a website with Javascript.

    CSS 3

  4. Responsive 3 card preview component built with HTML5 and SASS/SCSS

    SCSS 2

  5. Responsive Stats Preview Component with HTML5 and SASS/SCSS

    SCSS 2

  6. Responsive e-commerce order summary component


524 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2022

2 contributions in private repositories Nov 18

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