Hi. I'm Sarah.
Ember & Rails Blog
I’ve always been interested in technology, but when I was tasked with making something custom in SharePoint I fell in love with code. I geek out for continuous learning, problem solving, and process improvement and when I had the chance to change careers I knew software development would be the right place to experience all of this awesomeness.
My development journey so far has allowed me to have unique experiences; being the sole developer on a team creating solutions to integrate with marketing software; to a healthcare organization as part of a collaborative agile development team making a direct impact on the software and solving user problems.
When I'm not busy creating code I enjoy building and riding bicycles, doing home improvement projects, and spending time with my family.
Ruby on Rails
Git & Github
OverviewThis project was made to start learning React hooks. This is a work in progress, you can check what's next on my repo!
This blog was a side project started to better learn Ember and Ruby on Rails. It is a work in progress.
Ember, Ruby on Rails
This HTML canvas whiteboard was created using a websocket so users can draw and interact with each other. The drawings are stored on the server until the board is erased and users will see the existing drawings when they join.
This memory game was created using Font Awesome transportation icons.
This group project from Prime Digital Academy, where our client asked us to create a scheduling tool for on-call staff that would automate communication and provide an online resource for scheduling. We streamlined a completely manual process into a successful online tool the client is now using in production.
HTML, CSS, AngularJS, Angular Material, Express, Node.js, PostgreSQL, Node Mailer, Google O Auth, SendGrid
This application allows users to create pantry locations and preferred store lists, add items to their pantries, mark when items are used, and automatically generate shopping lists.
HTML, CSS, AngularJS, Angular Material, Express, Node.js, PostgreSQL
This app was created with a group I met at the 2018 Hack the Gap event. The idea we brought to life was creating an application that would combine menstrual health with nutrition and fitness tracking.