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We've all been victims of the dreaded telemarketer and other spam phone calls at one time or another. Now with Spamtastic you can search any United States domestic phone number to find out who is calling, what carrier they are on, the likelihood that the call is spam, and where the call is coming from. With this handy information you can then make a well informed decision on what numbers you should be blocking on your smart phone.

Spamtastic is a bootstrap templated web application that uses Axios Promise based API calls to gather information from two White Pages APIs. After both JSON objects return, it then displays specific information to the user, then updates Google Maps with lat-long coordinates to show where the call is coming from.

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The Great DB8 is a full stack debate website that allows users to create an account and comment on admin curated topics.

This web application utilizes HTML, CSS, and Javascript on the front end. The back end utilizes Node.js as its server framework, Express.js for routing endpoints, MySQL as its database, Sequelize for creating object models, and handlebars to render pages to the front end. We relied heavily on GitHub to push and merge code as we worked together. Developed majority of front end design/UI, worked heavily in routing with express/handlebars, and helped design database schema.

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This is a website I created for my client's recording studio, Conquer Recordings. It was created with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and the Materialize design framework. It uses Javascript to control waypoint navigation on the page, to update a dynamic footer copyright date, to capture user data from a contact form that then sends it to the client via an SMTP relay, as well as to create a dynamic slide show of images on the home page. I also designed a separate store page for the client using PayPal buttons that process a payment and immediately direct the user to an automatic download of a product once payment has been completed.

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About Me

Hi, my name is David Thrasher. I'm an Atlanta, Georgia native with a passion for bringing digital concepts and ideas into fruition. I graduated in October 2017 from Georgia Tech's full stack flex coding bootcamp. During my time there I learned many front end and back end technologies that help me develop applications on the cutting edge of Web Development. I love working together in teams and learning from other developers, and I'm always striving to conquer the next challenge that comes my way. If you're looking for someone to build your website/application with an eye for detail, then consider me for your next project. Let's create something together!

David Thrasher


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