Skip to content
Avatar
🦄
🦄

Achievements

Achievements

Block or Report

Block or report jennego

Block user

Prevent this user from interacting with your repositories and sending you notifications. Learn more about blocking users.

You must be logged in to block users.

Report abuse

Contact GitHub support about this user’s behavior. Learn more about reporting abuse.

Report abuse
jennego/README.md

Hey, there 👋

I am looking for a remote job! Front-end, some full stack okay too. Part-time or contract is fine! Internship is fine (as long as there's actually mentorship). Not looking for a full time role. Thanks.

I'm Jennifer or Jen. I am a web developer based in Ladysmith, Vancouver Island, Canada (About 2-3 hours from Vancouver via Ferry).
Currently I am focused on learning React/Gatsby, Redux and GraphQL. Most of my personal projects are currently with a JAMstack. I also have done some Ruby on Rails, WordPress (sage), Django (as api source) and basic html/css sites.

I am non-ironically obsessed with ponies 🐴 . unicorns 🦄 and purple. I attempt to ride dressage (I do spend a bit of time away from the screen! Not much, but some.)

  • 🎓 2017 Graduate of CodeCore Bootcamp. Also 2013 SFU BA (English)
  • Frontend (React, templating etc) and JAMstack, with some backend skills (APIs, MVC like Rails)
  • 💜 Often Not But Always Purple
  • 🙃 Weirdo
  • 🐴 Horse and Pony Obsessed
  • 🇨🇦 Canadian (BC - Pacific Time)

Currently working on learning: Elixir, Phoenix, GraphQL, more React

Check out my portfolio. Follow my creature 🐴🐐🐕 adventures on instagram.

Pinned

  1. dressage Public

    Rails based responsive web app and api for dressage tests

    Ruby

  2. React SPA for dressage tests featuring easy search

    JavaScript

  3. hobby site with gatsby

    JavaScript

  4. my personal portfolio

    JavaScript

604 contributions in the last year

Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Mon Wed Fri

Contribution activity

October 2021

42 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 24

Seeing something unexpected? Take a look at the GitHub profile guide.