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Connor Leech
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Web Developer living in the bay area. Previously tech recruiting, Javascript dev and door to door sales. All about Dad jokes rn
Web Developer living in the bay area. Previously tech recruiting, Javascript dev and door to door sales. All about Dad jokes rn

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I posted a new tutorial on the @Jscrambler blog for building a task list with authentication, #sql database and #Nodejs MVC framework @adonisframework

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#Javascript #ES6ftw
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Looking for a job or new companies to partner with in San Francisco? I built Employbl to find what's out there! Login now to view SF's tech companies on a map, create a hiring profile and browse jobs for select startup employers

https://employbl.com/
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I wrote a new blog post about how to pick your SEO keywords and optimize a website for those keywords (spoiler alert: change the html and build a sitemap)

https://medium.com/employbl/how-i-optimized-seo-and-found-my-search-terms-for-employbl-com-7d7881176406
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New post on resources for learning SQL, why you should learn it and introductory concepts

https://medium.com/@connorleech/know-sql-in-2018-da375106fc4f
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I wrote two tutorials about building shopping cart applications with Vue.js. In one I used the Vuex state management library, the other I didn't

In the Vuex tutorial the app is styled using Bulma, whereas the non-Vuex application is styled using Element UI.

Check out the #Javascript code to see what you think! #Vuejs

Shopping cart without Vuex: https://medium.com/@connorleech/build-a-shopping-cart-with-vue-js-and-element-ui-no-vuex-54682e9df5cd

Shopping cart with Vuex: https://medium.com/employbl/build-a-shopping-cart-with-vue-2-and-vuex-5d58b93c513f
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Tutorial for building a Web Application with Amazon S3, Lambda, DynamoDB and API Gateway
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I recently purchased a new domain name via Route 53 for the first time. I had trouble hooking up another domain from Google Domains to Amazon Web Services so resolved to use Route 53 for my next domain name purchase.

I advise anyone buying domains that they could back with AWS to save themselves the headache and register your domain up front through Amazon's Route 53 service.

Purchase and Set up a new .com domain name using AWS Route 53

https://medium.com/@connorleech/purchase-and-set-up-a-new-com-domain-name-using-aws-route-53-7aefdb082055
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In this tutorial we are going to build a website for selling artisan bundles of sticks online. It is going to be called Stickly! In order to make this site we’re going to need a Product display page, an Order page and a Confirmation details page. We’ll accept payments using Stripe’s client side and server side Javascript libraries.
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