Jaymie Rosen

Front End Developer


About

Hello, I'm Jaymie. I'm a front end developer in Toronto. I'm currently looking for new and exciting opportunities, with a focus on learning and growth, UI development and working with a JavaScript framework or library, preferably React.

Coding is a fun and challenging way for me to express my creativity, as well as learn and acquire new skills.

When I'm not coding, I like to ride my bike, tend to my plants, watch and critique Disney films, make friends with dogs, and find the best matcha latte in Toronto.


Projects

I'm in the process of showcasing all my projects here. In the meantime, please feel free to checkout my CodePen and GitHub accounts.


Skills

  • Languages:
    • HTML5
    • CSS3
    • JavaScript
  • Libraries and Tools:
    • Sass
    • jQuery
    • React
    • Git
    • Chrome Dev Tools
    • GitHub
    • Git
    • APIs
    • Command line
    • Adobe Suite
    • Sketch
  • Frameworks and Platforms:
    • WordPress
    • Shopify (Liquid templating)
  • Current and Future Learning:
    • React
    • Redux
    • Vue.js
    • Unit testing
    • Node.js
    • GraphQL

Work Experience

  • Bank of Montreal
  • June 2018 — December 2018
  • UI Front End Developer
    • UI development (HTML, CSS/Sass, JavaScript, jQuery) for a client-facing wealth management product
  • Freedom Mobile
  • October 2017 — May 2018
  • Front End Developer and Web Designer
    • UI development (HTML, CSS) and web design for promotional landing pages
  • Jam Direct, Inc.
  • October 2016 — August 2017
  • Front End Developer and Web Designer
    • HTML (with CSS) email development

Education

  • Bridge School
  • September 2018 — November 2018
  • Software Development (ES6, functional programming, fetching data from APIs, React, Redux, unit testing)
  • HackerYou
  • May 2017 — August 2017
  • Part-time Intro and Advanced JavaScript
  • HackerYou
  • July 2016 — September 2016
  • Full-time Web Development Bootcamp
  • HackerYou
  • November 2015 — February 2016
  • Part-time Intro and Advanced Web Development
  • Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
  • January 2013 — December 2014
  • Graphic Design
  • Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
  • January 2012 — August 2012
  • Media and Communications
  • University of Toronto
  • September 2007 — June 2011
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, English and Art History

Volunteering

  • Ladies Learning Code Mentor
    • — Show students how to fix bugs in their code
    • — Engage students by offering them extra challenges during exercises
    • — Empower and encourage students to keep learning code