Hi, I'm Devree; (rhymes with 'every');
I'm a full-stack developer.
I'm a full-stack developer who wants to work on ambitious projects and contribute to a great team. I love getting deep into React and keeping a well-organized src file. I'm currently working on freelance assignments, my cooking skills, and cello practice.
MY FAVORITE THINGS
- Programming languages, spoken languages, new recipes, etc.
- Efficient collaboration
- Relatedly: well-written stories (ex. Breaking Bad; Hamlet; The Phantom Tollbooth)
WHEN I'M NOT CODING, I'M:
- A performing cellist, classical and other genres
- An avid reader
- A consumer of stories via screen (TV)
Practice Log App is an online platform for musicians, students, or anyone who wants to set a long-term goal and record details of their progress. Supports authentication with JWT. Users can create a private account, set specific practice goals, record practice details, and view a summary including total hours completed and the days, color-coded to portray a met daily goal (or an unmet one). I created this full-stack app for my private music students.
This app provides a mad-libs-style form for you to choose random words; it then generates random, grammatically correct haikus largely built from your inputs, with 3 lines of 5-7-5 syllables each, respectively. The "Haiku Shift" feature creates new random haikus using lines from the collection, offering a new meaning to each line in its new context. I love mad-libs and haikus. By building this app, I wanted to offer a creative study in dadaism, a movement in art and literature based on deliberate irrationality, for people who are also interested in wordplay and shifting meaning.
Devree Lewis, developer
Washington, D.C. Metro Area
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