Can I see your portfolio 😁

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I see a lot of threads here and there wanting some eyes for suggestions,

Isn't it great if we start a thread where you can post your portfolio and other viewers can provide you suggestions.

here is mine through, (https://itsjzt.github.io). I tried to keep is less so it can fit without a scrollbar πŸ˜‚.

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Cool! I love the minimalism, I don't know if I'm in love with the source code examples without syntax highlighting but I'm still debating that in my head as I write. They're short enough that as a reader I don't really need colours but maybe a little desaturated color accent here and there would improve the feeling of minimalism.

What do you think?

BTW Massive.js seems very interesting. Data mappers are a godsend especially when working with legacy db structures.

I love that you wrote "that goes all in on PostgreSQL and fully embraces the power and flexibility of the SQL language and relational metaphors" - I tend to use A LOT of PostgreSQL only features even when ORMs and data mappers are involved. It, PostgreSQL, never let me down even once.

 

Thanks! A little syntax highlighting would be cool, I'll have to see about turning that on since it looks like fledermaus already supports it somehow. Big fan of that for static sites btw; I've used Jekyll with GitHub Pages for project documentation but I barely know anything about Ruby, and I really like fledermaus' more "build what you need, but make it easy" approach.

 
 

And this is mine.

Used to be styled with MaterializeCSS, but recently switched to Bootstrap 4. Just an index.html file with some styling and JavaScript.

 
 

This is my personal website.

It's not particularly poised as a portfolio since I'm still a student in college but it has a lot of my past work (that's on the web)

 
 

Nice idea !

Here is mine with its sources on my Github profile to allow people to share their improvements, open-source is key !

 

the background canvas is really great, πŸ‘

 

Got a little tired of changing my website constantly, so I decided to make it as barebones (with very little styling) as possible.

aarohmankad.com

 

Nice title πŸ˜„
Through the image has some responsiveness issues on mobile devices.

 

My personal website sergiodxa.com/

I used an statically exported site made with Next.js and Apollo to get data from a GraphQL API. Styles made by me based on the designs of ZEIT.

 

Pretty cool, btw do you know why zeit softwares don't work on 32-bit, I have still one 😐

 

now-desktop is due being an Electron app (most electron app doesn't work on 32-bit)
now-cli is something we're working on it to fix :)

 
 
 

My portfolio is kind of split in two.
But this is the personal/profile site.

charlholt.za.net/

 
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