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Jerry L Hoover (realjhoo)

Toki!

Hoover is a front-end web developer, with a dash of back-end knowledge, in the greater Houston area with Two Brave Dogs, where he serves as a consultant to our busy clients turning their web site dreams into... well... websites. He enjoys turning an empty page into something beautiful and functional using tools like Javascript, CSS, React, Node, Express, Vue and, on occasion, even Angular.

Hoover has a peculiar interest in the culture and religion of the ancient Angles, Saxons, Jutes and Frisians, the Old English language, the Elder Futhark, Esperanto, Toki Pona, calendars, measuring time in various ways and the current weather conditions outside the window of his office. He is currently either coding or reading a book... or possibly pitching a tent on the side of a mountain in the snow.

Developer. Teacher. Creator.

Visit his portfolio at http://realjhoo.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealJHoo

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerry-hoover-tbd/

Pinned

  1. Ancient Anglo-Saxon lunisolar calendar, based on the description of the Venerable Bede and using my adaptation of Meton's lunar cycle.

    JavaScript 1

  2. A simple text adventure game in toki pona

    JavaScript 2

  3. yapa Public

    Yet Another Pomodoro App. Created with Vue.

    Vue 1

  4. This will be a Toki Pona transliterator, the purpose of which is to take proper nouns and tokiponaize them into proper adjectives. WIP

    JavaScript 2

  5. fast-app Public

    A Typescript project to assist with intermittent fasting, which I display in an IOS app using WebView

    TypeScript 1

  6. An xbar plugin to show or hide dot files in Finder with a single (well... okay, two) clicks.

    Shell 1

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Contribution activity

January 2022

5 contributions in private repositories Jan 1 – Jan 2

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