Hello! My name is Olivia, but typically I use Chew for everything :P. I know Ruby and Java, and I'm starting to learn PHP as well. I plan to expand my knowledge, but hey, at least I know what I don't know!
I've also contributed to many projects (I find contributing to libraries I use to get features I want benefits both me and others). I also contribute my time to other projects, cleaning up their issues.
I've always been a fan of programming, and I always have ideas of stuff I want to make, then I try to make it! Every time I do, I learn a little bit more. Unfortunately, some stuff I want to do and host costs me money. As I'm going into college, I'm probably going to have to spend it on studies rather than stuff I want to do. Any money would help me a ton, get me through college, and get my projects funded. I try to not charge for most of the things I do; I always offer a free alternative for others in my situation.
I hope you consider sponsoring, and if you don't, that's ok! You can also support me by appreciating my work, and it would also mean the world to me :)
5 sponsors are funding Chew’s work.
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The simple tier, just to show you care :)
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The second tier, show you really care a bit more, thank you!
$5 a monthSelect
The "I REALLY appreciate you" tier, I've never been appreciated like this before, so thank you so much <3
$10 a monthSelect
Alright alright, I get it, you like my work so much you're donating more than I earn at work an hour. Thanks!
$20 a monthSelect
Look, I'm not an expert at writing tier descriptions, but this is quite a lot of money a month. I appreciate your appreciation! I don't know how I can thank you enough for supporting my work THIS much. This will let me host my projects on more expensive hardware, making my janky, inefficient code finally able to run!
$30 a monthSelect
This is basically $1 a day. If you really feel the need to give me $1 of your day, I would really appreciate it. Does this mean I can buy a VPS for $0.041/hr? Probably, if the math checks out.