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Hey (or is it HAY), 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).

Looking for a job for Fall 2022 and on! Remote only, flexible on everything else.

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, usually with Gatsby. 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)

Check out my portfolio. Follow my creature 🐴🐐🐕 adventures on instagram and follow my lease horse, Ray and his Moustache on Instagram .


  1. React SPA for dressage tests featuring easy search


  2. hobby site with gatsby


  3. portfolio Public

    my personal portfolio


  4. Gatsby powered serverless dynamic form generation and registration system


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