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Freejaveline Software Developer

October, 2011 to Present

I believe that the right piece of software can change the world.

I find great satisfaction in creating tools that harnesses the power of information in useful and meaningful ways.

Even though I only code on evenings and weekends, I've seen too many poorly designed websites and programs to just sit on the sidelines any more. It's like community development for the internet. If we want the web to be user-friendly, well-designed, and human-focused, then it's our responsibility to do something about Internet blight like this terrible site (watch out, there's music).


Related skill sets:

Project Management:
  • Budgeting
  • Timeframes
  • Oversight
  • Reporting
  • Thresholds
Relationship Management:
  • Marketing
  • Grant Management
  • Status Updates
  • Project Evaluation
  • Sustained Investment

Programming languages I speak

Ruby
Php
Mvb
Jquery

Frameworks I use

Rails
Css3
Html5

Managing Director

August, 2015 to present

Yep, I have a day job. And it's my love for this job that keeps me from coding full-time.

20 Liters is a non-profit that provides customized, innovate clean-water technology to the areas of the world that need it most. We currently work in Rwanda providing water filters for families and communities. This organization is literally saving lives. The filters we invented remove bacteria and parasites that cause cholera and a host of other deadly diseases.

One of the many reasons I love 20 Liters is that our solutions use the human-centered design model, which helps make sure our filters are easy and intuitive to use.