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  1. joshmanders

    For Hire: Full Snack Developer (Node.js, React, React-Native, GraphQL, DevOps)

    Welp, I see Adam made this section so I will take the opportunity to be the first to populate it. I'm a full stack developer with over 20 years experience. Primarily was a PHP developer up until 2014 when I went full JavaScript. Now days I write Node.js, GraphQL, React and React Native apps...
  2. jarod_peachey

    Development Calorie Tracker App - React, PHP, MySQL

    What's up, Webwide?! Over the past year, I've been working on a small project of mine. It's a calorie tracking web app that tracks calories gained through meals and calories burned through workouts. https://caltrack.netlify.com/ It's kind of my scapegoat for learning new languages or trying...
  3. overshard

    Development Timelite, an extraordinarily simple time tracking app

    Hello All, I've been working for a little bit on a new time tracking app that solves a need I have. Consulting I need to record my time on a variety of platforms, whichever my current employer chooses, and I got tired of most of them not having something as simple as a timer. I also like to...
  4. sfcgeorge

    Hi, I'm Simon

    I'm Simon, 25, London... feels like an ASL 😅 Anyway, I don't like writing about myself but let's try. I started designing websites at 11, gradually learned JavaScript and PHP through my teens, switched to Ruby which I love, then a stint of Java while I did Computer Science at uni. I've...