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Hi, I’m Noah Yamamoto. I’m currently studying Computer Informational Systems at Baruch College in NYC. I do freelance web development and make fun, hopefully useful things in my free time. I’ve worked for cool companies like Bluehost, Refugees United, and Sincera.

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29 Mar 2017 projects Synonym and antonym finder.

Recently I’ve been working on a synonym/antonym finder to learn how to make use of Ajax requests and work with APIs in Javascript. It’s responsive, has proper error handling, and is written using best-practice coding style. There’s always room to improvement but I’m happy with where it’s at for now!

Originally when I started the project I went through many design iterations. When I started off I was collecting synonyms through a plaintext API and using Regex to make them viewable. As you can imagine this is a horrible way of going about things and caused... Read More

28 Mar 2017 projects DNS info script.

When I used to work for Bluehost I would find myself often wanting to look up DNS information about customers domains to help me diagnose problems. In training they taught us all the flags of host, dig, and whois. That wasn’t good enough for me. I was tired of having to do 3 (at minimum) commands just to find basic information.

This was also around the time I got more interested in programming, so I decided to make it my pet project to learn Bash and automate a part of my job at the same time.... Read More

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Drop me an email if you’re interested in me coding for you. Or if you have an idea for a project, I’m always looking for interesting ideas to expand my skillset.