Front-End Developer/ Mobile-App Developer
New York City, US
An online database for users to access and reproduce primary materials of the history of the city of New York. Has a search engine focusing on navigational queries that display the results with view controls that can be adjusted by the user.
LG&WA is an organization created to preserve and provide New York City's most important social and political history. We serve a broad array of researchers: journalists, students, scholars, exhibit planners, and policymakers examining the past of Greater New York.
Advancing in the Emmy-Award winning B.F.A. in Communication Design from the New York City College of Technology has aided I learn to apply a creative process that combines the visual arts and technology to communicate ideas on customer facing environments.
Earned a scholarship award with Break Through Tech formerly known as WiTNY (Women in Technology & Entrepreneurship in New York) on Cornell Tech in 2017-2018. Thanks to the workshop presented to over 200 students called "From class diagram to API server with LoopBack.io and Node.js" in the CUNY Hackathon Fall 2017. This presentation was made with the support of the IBM Watson Cloud City Team with which I learned hands on about strategic processes and technical skills such as REST APIs, Agile Development, design thinking, Prototyping, Loopback.io, React programming and others.
As a Computer Science major in La Guardia, I was able get hands on experience with several programming skills to develop, deploy, test, and demo a variety of mobile applications, websites, and computer software which allowed me to make an impact in my community. For example, working in teams with a professor and two other students we developed a Java Application named "USafe" that acts as a mobile house security system for people in dangerous situations.