Eduardo Mejía

#frontEnd #qualityCode #clearCommunication #writter

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Eslint fix my mistakes, thank you ✌

What is it good for? Well, glad you asked a random person. So eslint is a tool for identifying and reporting on patterns found in ECMAScript…

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🏡 How to work remotely

My experience in the tech industry from El Salvador and within the US You might ask why I can advise on this topic, well I worked for a…

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🔥 How to exit node terminal

What to do? Well, have you ever been in the position to run JavaScript and you do not want to open the console developer and then run on…

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What have I been doing amid these times?

Content During these hard times, I have been working from home, as many of my friends and part of my family. Days go by and I find myself…

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What happens when the browser loads a page

Content The process to load a page starts when the browser requests a resource to the server, many different verbs tell the server how it is…

This is me, chilling in a town in El Salvador.

Hi, I'm Eduardo Mejía, Front End Developer from El Salvador, living in the US.

I am from El Salvador. A nice country with a lot of good things in a tiny amount of earth. It's so tiny that you're able to be at the beach in the morning and have a great old town tour at the afternoon, you could even go to a nice mall at night and be back to your place all in one day.

I decided to be a Software Developer because I like the idea to create nice things to make life easier to others, I also was impacted when I realized I could be really good at this just by having a laptop and internet, the fact that a boy from El Salvador can compite with people that was upbrought in a country with different opportunities gave me hope my future was as bright as my imagination.

Fun fact about me, I am a former shortstop baseball player, I even played representing my country for a couple of years, wonderful, amazing, fill with beautiful memories.

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My Working Process

As a Front End developer, the way I craft out great websites is as follows










AgilityFeat, Inc.

FEB '16 - SEP '17 & SEP'18 - CURRENT

Part of the team that created In charge of most of the Front End development of the product. Development was based on agile methodology.


Sep '17 - Sep '18

In charge of the Front End development of TechLatam's web-based projects such as websites and dashboards. Responsible for top-notch web development based on beautiful designs.


UEES - B.S. Systems Engineering

'13 - '18

The most important part of my education is understand that what I learned in the university will be obsolete pretty fast and that we need to continue our education everyday.

ITCA - Associated on Systems Engineering

'10 - '11

Started my web development career, it was crazy, we designed our websites using tables crazy days.

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