Hello! My name is

Alyne Alvarenga

I am a Software Developer based in Toronto, Ontario.

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About me

With a background in translation and education, I am a natural problem-solver. Finding the perfect word to translate a concept, or improving on procedures to ensure businesses run smoothly, I have always leveraged technology to achieve the goals of the organization.

I now bring my passion and drive to web development, where I solve problems and create accessible user experiences with React, Vue.js, JavaScript, TypeScript, Node.js, Express.js, MongoDB, HTML5, CSS3, SCSS, TailwindCSS.

Technical Skills

  • JavaScript

  • React

  • Vue.js

  • TypeScript

  • Accessibility

  • HTML5

  • CSS3

  • Sass

  • TailwindCSS

  • GitHub

  • Git

  • Firebase

  • jQuery

  • Node.js

  • Express

  • MongoDB

Learning Now

  • GraphQL

  • PostgreSQL

  • Nest.js

Projects

Track Your Workouts

A React application that allows the user to create an account and store multiple workout routines in Firebase. Each workout card has a log button that tracks how many times the user has completed a specific workout, so they know when to change their routine. Features React-Router and User Authentication.

  • React
  • JavaScript
  • Firebase
  • CSS3
Computer and phone showing the design of this project.
Computer and phone showing the design of this project.

Super Battle!

Built with the Superhero API, React Hooks and Material-UI, users can choose two characters and a condition of battle to see who would win. The original project was built with jQuery and in collaboration with Opjot Nijjar. Original project can be seen live here, and its code is here.

  • React Hooks
  • Material-UI
  • JavaScript
  • API

HaikYou

A React application that uses the Datamuse API to help the user create a Haiku. Once the user types in the first word of their poem, the API will suggest the next words, which the user can choose until the haiku is completed. The application tracks syllable length and will move onto the next line automatically. Once the user is satisfied with their haiku, they are able to save it to a public list of haikus stored in Firebase. Made in collaboration with Sarah Vieira, Prianka Farzana, and Norman Hussey.

  • React
  • JavaScript
  • Firebase
  • API
  • CSS3
Computer and phone showing the design of this project.