My name is Samantha, and I'm a flight attendant turned developer.
After working for several years in the aviation industry, I decided to pursue my passion for technology and programming. I dedicated all of my free time to learning and practicing coding.
The transition from flight attendant to coder wasn't easy, but my experience in customer service helped me to develop strong communication skills and a keen attention to detail - two qualities that are essential in coding.
I love the challenge of solving complex problems and creating innovative solutions. I am looking forward to finding a job where I will have the opportunity to work within a team of talented developers and hone my skills while contributing my own knowledge and unique experiences. I am especially interested in backend functionality and web app development.
When I'm not at my computer, I enjoy traveling, watching live music, and taking advantage of all the amazing experiences New Orleans has to offer. I'm excited to see where my coding journey takes me, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to pursue a career that I'm truly passionate about.
My projects were built using one or more of these tools, technologies, and frameworks.
This site is a bloody good time, literally. It has a
distinctive and attention-grabbing design which features
a bleeding header section.
Visitors can explore the MySQL connected photo-gallery where images can be sorted by photographer or show.
Nodemailer is used to handle all of the messaging and subscription notifications.
This landing page, for a fictitious pet adoption site,
flexbox to make it truly responsive.
Subtle features such as hover animations, give it a more professional look. The menu on smaller screens features multiple sections for easy navigation.
Find your next pet today!
This project allows users to log 'outings' on an
Each outing contains some data about the experience and local storage saves all of the user's outings so that they may be reviewed or added to on a future visit to the site.
This project was part of the Udemy course titled
"The Web Developer Bootcamp" by Colt Steele and the code comes directly from
It is a fullstack web app in which users can create, read, update, and delete campgrounds. The data is stored using MongoDB.
The application authenticates users, hashes passwords, handles errors, and more.
I can't wait to hear from you!