Jahir Fiquitiva

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  • @jahirfiquitiva
  • 👨🏻‍💻 Passionate and Creative Full-stack Software Engineer
  • He/Him
  • Colombia

👋  Hello, world!
I am Jahir Fiquitiva

I'm a passionate and creative full-stack software engineer from Colombia 🇨🇴

I consider myself a curious and inquisitive person and a continuous learner, so on my spare time I like to work on side projects and try to keep learning new stuff to improve my skillset.

If you are interested in knowing which tools I use, you can check out my uses page ⚡️


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2022
Jan 19, 2022
Jan 19, 2022
🎉Got verified on Polywork ✅

Huge thanks to Amanda for helping out with the process!
I'm planning to take more advantage of my Polywork profile 😀
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Jan 06, 2022
Jan 06, 2022
CoderPad Interview! 🗣️

My friend Corbin invited me to be interviewed on CoderPad's Twitch.
It was an incredible experience and felt amazing being able to share a bit about me.
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Jan 02, 2022
Jan 02, 2022
Things you can do to get started with development

Let me share some tips, resources and ideas to get started with development learning by yourself. These are all based on my experience but I think they can work for many others as well.
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2021
Nov 30, 2021
Nov 30, 2021
Introducing Worldwide Holidays

After building a website to know upcoming Colombian Holidays 🇨🇴, I thought it would be great to have a similar tool for other countries too.

And that's how Worldwide Holidays came to life.

It's open sourced on GitHub.

https://world-holidays.info/
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Nov 14, 2021
Nov 14, 2021
Finally made my website open-source.

It's built using:
- Next.js
- TypeScript
- emotion styled components
- MDX
- ContentLayer
- Notion API
- PlanetScale and Prisma

https://github.com/jahirfiquitiva/jahir.dev
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Oct 30, 2021
Oct 30, 2021
Introducing Colombian Holidays 🇨🇴

I recently came across a project that showed if today was a holiday in Colombia.

The site was (in my humble opinion) missing a few features, and it wasn't open source, so I decided to build my own version of it, and that's how Colombian Holidays came to life.

It's also open sourced on GitHub.

https://col-holidays.co/
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