Hello, I am Dana Freitas, aspiring web developer. I am currently in school and that is where I discovered how fascinating it is. Web development is the fusion of art and science, a perfect result of the combination of each, for which is why I study it with curiosity and passion.

I am interested in learning a wide variety of techniques and tools to learn this craft. My ultimate goal is to obtain employment, of this website as evidence. I practice programming in my spare time, along with learning Spanish and writing fiction.
Skills
HTML
CSS
JAVASCRIPT
GIT
PHOTOSHOP
SQL
HTML
CSS
JAVASCRIPT
GIT
PHOTOSHOP
SQL
Portfolio
This project is a hypothetical museum made out of a woman's ancestral home in the United States. It features notably both a gallery of the items and a menu of food served there; this is done through Jquery and photoshop to turn some of the vertical images horizontal.
The collatz conjecture is a mathematical conjecture that has not been solved yet. It is notable for being easy to understand for the average person. If you take an odd whole integer, figure 3x+1. If it is even, x/2. Repeat these steps, and eventually, you will reach the pattern of 4, 2, 1, 4. The issue is whether there is an exception to this pattern or not? With this website: you can input your own numbers and see if you can discover an exception.
This is a database created in SQL, about a contracting company. This includes files that show the creation of the database along with questions that are solved, providing an ability to both create and manipulate this data.
This project is a hypothetical museum made out of a woman's ancestral home in the United States. It features notably both a gallery of the items and a menu of food served there. This is done through Jquery, plus photoshop to turn some of the vertical images horizontal.
The collatz conjecture is a mathematical conjecture that has not been solved yet. It is notable for being easy to understand for the average person. If you take an odd whole integer, multiply it by 3x+1. If it is even, x/2. Repeat these steps. Eventually, you will reach the pattern or 4, 2, 1, 4. The issue is whether or not there is an exception to this pattern. With this website, you can input your own numbers, and see if you can discover an exception.
This is a database created by SQL, about a contracting company. This includes files that show the creation of the database along with questions that are solved, proving an ability to both create and manipulate this data.
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