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💎 Ruby Radar #9 - Junior Spotlight

Welcome to the 9th edition of Ruby Radar! In this edition we have our first Junior spotlight, where we shine a light on someone in the community searching for a job as a Ruby on Rails developer. This week, we are putting the spotlight on Chris Wade, but next week this can be you if you contact us!

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⚡ Junior Spotlight: Chris Wade

Hi, I'm Chris from Melbourne, Australia. I recently finished the @LeWagonMEL boot-camp in March'21 where our final group project was a social network 'for good' ( love-lumina.me ) utilizing Rails, JS, ActionCable, and OAuth. I've since gone on to learn React / Redux, StimulusJS, Tailwind CSS, and dove deeper into Web-sockets and HTML over the wire in general. 

I personally seem to steer towards the back-end, and building the foundations of a project. I would love to be involved with a team again, learning from seniors, I have a passion for Ruby, and would love to get it touch with any companies looking for an eager to learn candidate. 

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Curated with ❤️ and 💎 by Andrew Mason and Collin Jilbert