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A complete Laravel project showcasing the Peek plugin for Filament. On the admin panel, content editors can create Pages and Posts, manage Menus, and read entries coming via the Contact form. The resulting website takes the shape of a typical blog.

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Flou

2022

A PHP toolbox for responsive image management. To be honest, the project is a bit clunky, but it’s useful to me. I’m often working on small prototypes where I can’t justify spending time on image management and benefit from a ready-made solution.

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Between 2021-2022, I did some freelance work with AREA 17, a design and development agency in New York. I was a part of the small team that worked on the redesign of CannonDesign’s website. My role was primarily back-end PHP development with Laravel and the in-house open-source Twill CMS.

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While freelancing with AREA 17, I was a part of the small team that worked on the redesign of the About Nike website. My role was primarily back-end PHP development with Laravel and the in-house open-source Twill CMS, along with some infrastructure work using Docker, Terraform and AWS.

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Twill

2021

With AREA 17, I was lucky to get to work on Twill, their in-house open-source CMS. My role involved full-stack development with Laravel and Vue.js, triaging issues and pull requests on GitHub and some user support on GitHub discussions and Discord.

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Carmel is a craft cannabis brand in Canada. While freelancing with Wedge, a brand and design agency in Montreal, I was a part of the small team that worked on the creation of the website. My role was full-stack development and integration with PHP, WordPress and the Shopify API.

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EuroNoize is a live music event. While freelancing with Croustille, I was a part of the small team that worked on the creation of the website and live voting system. My role was primarily back-end development with PHP, Laravel and the Twilio API.

This project is now offline.

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