Hello, welcome to my page. My name is Jhilene Walker, and I am a developer.

About Me


I graduated in summer 2016 with a bachelors from Suny Albany. I began coding in 2015 with the aspirations of becoming a "hacker". Not only do I enjoy building things, but breaking them as well. If you want to know everything I am up to in tech, check my blog here. My coding journey has lasted almost four years now. I began with Python, PHP and recently moved on to front-end JavaScript technologies. I also take my AWS Solutions Architect exam in November 2019. Anyways, please feel free to check out my blog. My whole tech life story is on there. Chao!

Created a project management tool that allows developers within a Slack Team to view, add and delete links related to the project within the Slack UI. Technologies used include: Knex.js migrations, MySQL,       Node.js, Ngrok, BotKit and Slack API. All code is tested and utilizes S.O.L.I.D principles.             Other developer includes my team member Colby Allen, as well as the mentorship and guidance of our mentors at Sparkbox.

Implemented multiple algorithms to effectively build a Markov Chain using Python. Later filled the Markov Chain with three different wisdom texts of major religions. In turn this created a fusion of wisdom. This project was later incorporated with a Twitter API to create a twitterbot: @Aloidias.

Built a site for the amazing Oasis Steel Orchestra. They are a group of teens from Jamaica who travel the world and perform their music. To build this project I used HTML5/CSS3, Bootstrap, PHP Mailer. Image gallery and Shopify API coming soon.
Used sample data of public crime filings in San Francisco to render into a graph. The data was first parsed from columns and rows to a list of dictionaries, then rendered and finally displayed. This project incorporated Python, NumPy, matplotlib and GeoJSON. NYC 2017 parsed data coming soon.
My first social media app. Super exciting. I am using MySQL database to store the user authentication, profile image upload and comment section. Project completion expected April 20th 2018.