Websites

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Websites I’ve worked on

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“It takes a village” – Here is a list of all of the websites I have contributed work to in the past. The work ranges from doing my part on a team, to entirely solo experiences, as well as building websites from the ground up, to what I can to improve existing websites.

A solid web developer should be able to work well with a team and write their code and documentation so that others may understand it, and continue the work later. I have a wealth of experience from working with several teams and maintaining a close relationship with my teammates to help solve any problems that may arise. In these teams, I have done my best to communicate any new strategies or technologies that can help with a project, or for future reference.

One thing I like to carry over across all projects is a consistent styling standard for writing code, and implementation of comments with a semantic meaning behind variable names so that anyone coming into the project will understand exactly what everything does. I am a big proponent of having a solid code structure and keeping my code organized whenever possible.

Below you will be able to find complete, early, and late-stage development websites, as well as websites that I have optimized, maintained, updated, migrated, and designed myself.

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