May 2021 – September 2021
Provided quality control and appropriate feedback for code reviewers within a cross-functional team in order to optimize the code review process
Assessed code clarity, style, and best practices on project PRs.
Helped 300+ students debug their code and understand technical concepts.
Created and coordinated a continuous learning program for junior code reviewers.
Tested API integrations for react capstone projects.
A UNISWAP clone blockchain application, deployed on Ropsten Network. The application was developed using Solidity, Nextjs, Sanity.io, and TailwindCSS.
The project was basically building a Frontend web application for a client - an NFT collections marketplace Developed a frontend web application showcasing Mad Ⓥ-Apes, NFT collection using React.js, styled components, and Bootstrap. Maintained modularity of code, optimized performance, and improved SEO functionality.
I developed an interactive marketplace where clients can purchase courses(students can choose products of their choice) with Ether digital currency. It features a marketplace page with real-time updates of Ether currency and course prices compared to the US dollar.
GraphQL describes itself as a query language for your API, you ask for what you need and you get exactly that, you don’t have to make calls to get an object with tens or dozens of more fields that you may or may not need.
A common way to do Authentication is by generating a JSON-Web Token and Ruby on Rails is the framework we use when building a JSON API. In this article, we focus on authorizing our endpoints and testing them using Postman.
Token-based authentication has gained a lot of popularity in securing an API. In this article, we'll take our Rails RESTful JSON API app to the next level through user registration and login, plus authentication with JSON Web Tokens.