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PauMateu/README.md

Hello, geeks! 👋

  • 👋 Hi, I’m @PauMateu, a Computer Science graduate at @UPC.
  • 👀 I’m interested in web and mobile development, front and backend.
  • 🌱 I’m currently learning Vue and Improving my React skills.
  • 📫 You can reach me by mail or via the form on my website.

Languages

JavaScript Java C C++ HTML5 CSS3 Mongo SQL Python

Technologies

React Native Node.js Express Vue.js React Cordova Bootstrap MaterialUI Sass Heroku Firebase

Full Stack Projects

Pinned

  1. Barkingo Public

    Forked from morcufrosty/PES_barkingo

    🐶 Tinder-like fully fledged application build with React Native to help with the process of pet adoption, making it easier and interactive.

    JavaScript 1

  2. 🙋🏼‍♂️ Personal portfolio responsive website with my experience, projects and contact information.

    HTML 1

  3. Forked from jamipuchi/Pastanaga-2.0

    🥕 Full geolocation based game created with React Native and GraphQL, chosen one of the HackUPC 8 finalists, among other 140 projects .

    HTML 1

  4. cocktail.io Public

    🍹 Website featuring some information about cocktails, created as the final project of the HTML, CSS & JS Jedi course at UPC

    HTML 1

  5. rniture Public

    🛋️ Vue webapp to manage a furniture catalog. Floorfy technical challenge

    Vue 1

73 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to PauMateu/rniture, PauMateu/PauMateu, PauMateu/Personal-portfolio and 4 other repositories

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