I did a quick skim of your resume, and found it pretty solid in terms of UI/UX.
Your portfolio states you are a MERN/full-stack developer, but your main project looks to use Firebase. I skimmed through your other projects, and didn’t see one that used MongoDB. Maybe I just missed it?
Firebase’s Firestore and Real-Time Database’s are more of an API service rather than a full-on traditional database. The biggest difference being those 2 are locked into Google’s platform and control. Where as a traditional database (like Mongoose, or a relational one like MySQL) can be installed locally, and managed by you or someone else, as they are software.
Furthermore, both of Firebase’s “database” offerings are incredibly limited in terms of functionality and are charged on a per-use basis. This limits their use in a few key use-cases, such as analytics and reporting, where large scale reads are unfeasible as you pay for each item read. This also means you can easily fall into a Firebase horror story if you’re not careful.
I’d suggest building out a true full-stack app in place of the Firebase one if you want to sell yourself as a full stack developer. If not, your still a flexible and capable front-end developer with solid design skills.
I love the dark mode, it’s a shame it doesn’t carry over when clicking on “learn more about this project” or survive a page refresh. (I’d use
localStorage to save what theme is set.)
Keep building, keep learning