Camila Bryans

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About Me

Having worked during my college years helped me to mature in many aspects. I went through two internships in multinational companies helping me become a young professional. After graduating from college, I continued to work in international job roles, which allowed me to meet people from all around the globe. My curiosity to look for new challenges led me to web development, so I started a new journey in this fascinating world. Currently, I am learning new technologies that enable me to improve my set of skills.

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Built with Love

Is it really open source if it's not built with love?

HTML: Knowing HyperText Markup Language (HTML) provides me a deeper understanding of a website structure. It has changed the way I look at a webpage, as now, I understand the different parts that help build a page.

CSS: I love working with Cascading StyleSheets since it allows me to play with the code by changing sizes, colors, borders, spacing, among other features. I believe that CSS gives the code life.

JavaScript: I chose to learn JavaScript since not only it is the most widely used programming language in the world but because of its functionality and because it is native to web browsers.

JQuery: I found JQuery a very helpful tool when it comes to build a website. It is important to have a strong understanding of JavaScript to work with this library.

Bootstrap: This framework helped me to work on not so simple codes and create my own portfolio. I look foward to keep using this tool to develop more webpages.

XML: Learning Extensible Markup Language allows us to store and transport data. It is both human-readable and machine-readable.

AJAX: The importance on learning Asynchronous JavaScript and XML is to be able to read data from a web server after the page has loaded, and send data back to the server.

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