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Nevertheless, Necoline Coded

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I started/continued to code in 2019 because...

I started coding because I wanted to build tools for underserved communities
I continued because I was busy creating a tool for refugee aid workers in the field.

I deserve credit for...

Building an entire platform for my organization to boost school attendance and increases access to food for children (especially girls) in refugee camps.

I hope to see my school/work/developer/tech community...

I hope to see people in the dev community celebrate learning over knowledge.
I hope to see developers take care of themselves and others.
I hope to see work places reward people that show growth and dedication in their work.

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Classic DEV Post from May 16 '19

A practical guide to Javascript Proxy

With Proxy, you get a tiger object disguised as a cat object. Here are about half a dozen examples that I hope will convince you that Proxy provides powerful metaprogramming in Javascript.

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Software Developer for Refugee Solutions