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Projects

Title Description Status GitHub More
Metrak My personal media tracker built with Ruby on Rails. early development Link n/a
TarMarApi An API for the classic Tarot de Marseille built with Bun. alpha Link Homepage
21 Sid Creating a new website and a mobile app for a small business based in East London. early development Website Mobile App
Reading Room Helping educators and parents guiding children in developing healthy reading habits. deployed Link Demo
SOCS Helping organise and access all daily shared resources by the SoC coaches. deployed Link Demo

Tech Stack

JavaScript

TypeScript

Ruby

Python

HTML5

CSS3

React

React Native

Expo

Next JS

NodeJS

Express.js

Bun

Vite

jQuery

Rails

TailwindCSS

Jest

cypress

Postgres

SQLite

GraphQL

Git

Figma

Who Am I

I am Mickey and use they/them pronouns.
I am a a former baker turned developer who turns into a writer in their spare time.
What do all these things have in common? you might be asking yourself.
Well, they’re all about creating stories!
Writing speculative fiction let me weave the fate of entire unseen universes, shape never-heard-of-before worlds, mold unimaginable creatures who live otherwise undescribable lives.
As for food, it carries the stories of entire cultures and generations within its individual components, every single one of them enriched but its own history. The type of flour used or the way a dough is folded can make you jump within time and space faster than a Google search.
And then, well, there is code.

We’ve been hanging out for years, but we became close friends only recently.
From myspace to blogging as a teen to becoming a Linux user in my 20s up until self-hosting and dabbling with freeCodeCamp and the likes.
Then, last year, everything changed.
I decided to go all-in and I got selected by School of Code, an intensive 16-week web development bootcamp. And I enjoyed every second of it.
I learnt how to learn, to work in a dev team, to think computationally, to fall in love with problems rather than solutions.
More importantly, I saw how code is not just a bunch of commands we send to a machine.
Through code, we shape worlds, create cultures and refedine history. And I’m here ready to weave my own story with it.

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