Hi, I'm Cris Motinha
Since I started programming 5 years ago, I've used my GitHub account to version all sort of code: my personal studies, college assignments (I have a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from the Fluminense Federal University) and even birthday gifts. Here's a summary so you can browse easily through my repositories :)
Unfortunally, most of these projects doesn't have a readme file, if you want to know more email me or open an issue :)
- Code testing
- Firefox extension
These group projects were made in short time and we weren't graded by code quality: they were deployed in Heroku and every functionality worked
- Javino (Arduino)
My personal website
It's still in progress, but you can already see what's deployed in https://crismotinha.dev
- https://github.com/crismotinha/crismotinha.github.io (static files)
- https://github.com/crismotinha/crismotinha.dev (made with Hugo)
My first portfolio page
Definety not updated but so many good memories..
These repositories are from 2016/17, when I was still in the beggining of learning how to code. I hope listing them here will inspire me to have some new code in 2021 :)
Mongo DB World 17 Python crawler
I made this Python crawler so I could see my own position in the contest MongoDB made to win hotel and travel tickets (spoiler: I got the second place :( but I went to the conference anyway!). You can see some of this story in my medium and in this interview (both in Portuguese).
My first game
Coding assignments from online courses
Some cool slides
Some cool slides used in my talk "Enquanto Houver Café, Haverá Esperança", in RioDevDay/16
But what about the rest of the repositories?
Well, as a good programmer, I have tons of unfinished projects, repository forks that I never really worked on (or just made some tiny changes), a few too-personal-to-indexing repositories and some courses/college group assignments that in the end, weren't versioned