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Hi! I'm Katie Duane

I'm a developer, writer, and former high school art teacher. I see writing code as similar to writing a good poem: it should be clear, efficient, beautiful, and accessible.

When I'm not writing code, it's very likely that I'm writing stories or poetry, painting, reading (usually 18 books at once), or spending time outside. I'm also a registered yoga teacher and love to travel.

Currently, I work as a Frontend Developer at Ware2Go, based in Atlanta, GA. I love coming up with simple solutions to tricky problems. At present, I help build the Reporting and Account Management sections of the application.

I'm working on remaking this portfolio site using Gatsby.js. Stay tuned for changes :)


Skills

Front-End

React.js

JavaScript

HTML

CSS

Sass

Bootstrap

jQuery

Back-End

Node.js

Express

Python

MySQL

PostgreSQL

Sequelize

Everything else!

Mocha

Git

PhotoShop

Illustrator

What I'm learning now...

PHP

WordPress

Other Professional Skills

Additional tools and frameworks I use: Cypress, Selenium, Gatsby.js, GraphQL, Netlify & Netlify CMS

I'm also skilled in: End-to-end esting, unit testing, debugging, time management, organization, communication, creative problem-solving, project-planning, writing, proof-reading, layout and visual design. Teaching and instructional design. Spanish.


Projects


Get in touch...

If you'd like to contact me or learn more about my professional experiences, please click on any of the links above.

A quick aside: I chose to draw a violet for the homepage because they can thrive almost anywhere, growing all over the world, in varying climates and locales. They are symbolic of spring, humility, candor, and intuition.

I'm also a practicing writer and artist. If you're interested in reading some of my work, you can find two recently published pieces: a poem about time, here: Jasper, and an essay about a star cluster and mythology, here: M45. I also wrote a literary city guide for Rochester, NY. Of course, I have several more projects in the works!