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      Alexa K. - JavaScript

      Alexa K. - JavaScript

      I am a San Francisco-based web developer. I began coding in 2012, having built a manufacturing scheduling system for a producer of medical face masks. My web development skills grew at a startup where, when I was hired, I was the only engineer. This gave me the opportunity to architect and implement the organization’s web technologies.

      I received my bachelor’s degree in Operations Research from the University of Alberta, and completed the Web Development course at App Academy, an immersive class with an acceptance rate of less than five percent. At my university, I won over $60,000 in scholarships, including the Presidential Centenary Scholarship, the institution’s most prestigious undergraduate endowment.

      My personal projects include developing a Chess game app, a Star Wars-themed version of Asteroids, and my own take on an Evernote style app. I moved to San Francisco from Edmonton to be a sales development representative for Zenefits, and have been a frontend developer at a startup for over a year.

      I am a San Francisco-based web developer. I began coding in 2012, having built a manufacturing scheduling system for a producer of medical face masks. My web development skills grew at a startup where, when I was hired, I was the only engineer. This gave me the opportunity to architect and implement the organization’s web technologies.

      I received my bachelor’s degree in Operations Research from the University of Alberta, and completed the Web Development course at App Academy, an immersive class with an acceptance rate of less than five percent. At my university, I won over $60,000 in scholarships, including the Presidential Centenary Scholarship, the institution’s most prestigious undergraduate endowment.

      My personal projects include developing a Chess game app, a Star Wars-themed version of Asteroids, and my own take on an Evernote style app. I moved to San Francisco from Edmonton to be a sales development representative for Zenefits, and have been a frontend developer at a startup for over a year.

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