After a year of solitary learning, I’ve finally started my first software engineering job. I’m
excited, exhausted and extremely grateful for the path that led me here.
I loved to read career switching stories so I thought I’d give a shot at writing my own.
Refactoring is my favorite hobby. Nothing feels quite as satisfying than
extracting some common methods to an elegantly named module.
Quickly though, I usually run into trouble - how exactly am I supposed to pass an
argument to a module in Ruby? The answer is: through some metaprogramming!
(such a scary word)
This website is a scoring tool
dedicated to the board game
Deep Sea Adventure edited by
Its goal is to provide players a reliable way to compute the oxygen decrease
during a round. It’s meant to be used side by side with the board game,
either on a mobile or computer.
After 6 months of learning, this project is my first big, entirely personal
project, and I’m very proud of it.