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Web Developer, School iBox
May 06, 2022
Graduated of Wizeline's Academy React Bootcamp. 🥳 
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Web Developer, School iBox
May 03, 2022
A month ago, I joined to Wizeline Academy React BootCamp.

I felt ver nervous but I really like what I done with the final project. It was an e-commerce made with React, consuming a products API that they give to us.

I use Functional Components with Hooks, pure CSS, and, one of the requirements was use libraries at minimun, so I hadn't use libraries (just a few for do the carousel and put icons). That's the reason why is not responsive.

In the next weeks I'm going to refactor and add the responsive part to complete the challenge at 100%.

Also I'm going to do testing to the components.

But I'm in love with what I done. 🥰

Here is the link to the repo and the link of the page that is hosted in netlify:




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User Experience Designer, INTERLUNAR
Jan 01, 2021
I squirmed when I received an Honorable mention for best design 2020 from Glitch, for a website I had built for fun for a friend

I remember how challenging this period of time was for me. I never thought I'd break it into the tech space. I had just graduated, still figuring life out, dabbling in code, building mediocre websites that break all the time, having panic attacks! 

Fast forward a year-ish and I'm officially a UX designer at an agency with a value system that aligns with mine. Life may have taken a different path, but all in all, a reminder to trust the process!  🥳

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Staff Developer Experience Engineer, Netlify
Apr 20, 2022

Netlify has released Edge Functions in beta! 

This was a HUGE project with a lot of moving parts across the organisation, and I'm excited to share something to help developers get started with Edge Functions.

As part of this launch, the Developer Experience team at Netlify built an Edge Functions example site. You can read up on Edge Functions, deploy the site to your own Netlify account, or fork the public repo on GitHub to try out the code for yourself.

But what are Edge Functions, and how do you use them? I shared my take in this twitter thread.
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Staff Developer Experience Engineer, Netlify
Designer, N/A
Apr 15, 2022
Updated ArtBerat with a new look, as well as better functionalities. (Scrolling video, screenshots of pages on the featured website).

ArtBerat is a curated showcase of inspiring websites in Malaysia 🇲🇾
I built this with WordPress and Elementor.

Go check it out here -> https://artberat.com/
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Product Designer, iTranslate GmbH
Mar 15, 2022
 I just launched ProductivePrivacy   

For the longest time, I have been maintaining and building a personal database to keep track of privacy-focused, open-source, and end-to-end encrypted productivity tools. As the topic of online privacy and data ownership are both getting more important recently, I decided it was about time to make this database publicly available to everyone. My number one goal is to raise awareness about all the amazing productivity tools out there, that do respect their users’ privacy. I have been a privacy advocate for quite some time, as I completely banned Google products and services from my life, sharing privacy-focused tools within my newsletter Creativerly, and also highlighting the fact, that you do not need Google Analytics to get insights on the traffic happening on your website.

About ProductivePrivacy

Now, it is time to launch something new for folks interested in privacy:
If you are on the hunt for privacy-focused, open source or end-to-end encrypted productivity tools and alternatives to the ones you are already using, ProductivePrivacy is the place to go.
I am excited to launch ProductivePrivacy to the public. Since I have been maintaining my personal database with Airtable, I decided to build a directory website with Softr. Softr gave me the possibility and power to build a directory website powered by an Airtable database, literally in minutes. You connect your Airtable account to Softr, choose the building blocks you like, and link the individual database entries to Softr’s frontend. It is exciting to be able to bring a project to life with such a powerful and easy-to-use tool.

Get involved

The database of ProductivePrivacy is a constantly growing one, as it is my personal interest to gather privacy-focused productivity tools and share them with the public. Therefore, I also encourage everyone to share their findings or the tools you are building within that area with me, as I happily add them to ProductivePrivacy. Just get in contact with me and we can discuss anything else from there. Currently, you will find 31 tools within ProductivePrivacy, ranging from note-taking, PKM, project management, to task management tools.
As part of the directory website, I am also launching a casual newsletter, which should inform anyone who is interested in updates to the directory, but also news and articles about the topic of data privacy in general. If that is your thing, you can sign up right here.

What do I have planned next for ProductivePrivacy?

I want to keep improving ProductivePrivacy. That means, I am always looking for new tools to add to the directory, I want to grow it in general, and I want to evolve the website. Therefore, I am already working on v2 of ProductivePrivacy. Softr was great to build v1 of the directory and get the project out there quickly. But now I want to focus to build v2 of ProductivePrivacy, which means designing a website that meets my standards, ideas, and expectations. I am still exploring which tool might be the best fit for it. Webflow seems great, powerful, and gives me the creative freedom I need, but on the other, it is pretty pricey (if you have any ideas or alternatives, let me know). I do have some monetisation plans in mind for ProductivePrivacy, but right now I want to focus on evolving and polishing the project. 
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