#Turning coffee into code
I like to think of myself as a bit unorthodox. I build desktop, mobile and web apps. I’m always learning and can’t get enough of technology. I enjoy a good read, listening to podcasts and audio books.
Check out my apps and extensions… you might love them! Give my blog a visit while you’re here. I post things about my life, my development stories and things that interest me. Are you part of a cause or non-profit? Get in touch! I love volunteering my time for a good cause.
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Back in 2017, I began working on Honey for Co-operative back. At the time, I released Honey as a sideloadable addon because I did not feel it was ready for prime-time. That changes today with the addon being made available in the chrome web store for any chrome based browser like Google Chrome and the…
Wow! What a year it’s been! It’s the end of a decade, the start of some amazing times for me and a time for reflecting. This past decade, I left my country for the first time ever travelling to Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and Canada where I explored Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, earned my undergraduate…
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CODING FOR A CAUSE
I partnered with ChildLine Trinidad & Tobago and UNICEF Eastern Caribbean to launch the My ChildLine app on Android and iOS. It provides fast access to ChildLine’s services for children in need of support. Call, chat, play games or request counselling all from one app. Resources are available for quick access to emergency services, social services and more with web links and 1 tap calling. Supports the migrant community with Spanish and French support.
My ChildLine will be expanded to other Eastern Caribbean States.
CROSS PLATFORM MOBILE GOODNESS
Other apps I've built
View, download or Fork? Your choice
I’ve worked on dozens of projects over the last few years and partnered with some cool companies and individuals. Most of my projects are hosted on GitHub and everyone can feel free to browse the repos, fork them or reach out. I try to develop openly as much as possible but like everything else, there are quite a few privately hosted repositories that I contribute to. If you think I can do something better, send me a message, I’m open to learning.