Hi, my name is Violet

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Hi, my name is Violet. Thank you for stopping by my little site. I was born and raised in Denver, CO until 2017 when I decided to make a move for my career and landed in Kansas City. Then in 2021, I returned to my hometown. Coding has been my passion I can't wait to combine my passion with my career!
Please see my skills and resume below and feel free to reach out!


Git GitHub Python PyCharm VSCode HTML CSS JavaScript Nodejs React PostgreSQL Sequelize Netlify Heroku Firebase Nodejs


Here are some of the highlights of my resume. You can find the full PDF of my resume here.


Violet Medina

Tech savvy junior web developer ready to learn while providing a valuable company asset. Detail-oriented, organized and meticulous employee. Works at fast pace to meet tight deadlines. Enthusiastic team player ready to contribute to company success.


Certificate of Computer Engineering

DigitalCrafts, Online Program

Graduate of the Full Stack Web Developer program.

Bachelor of Science & Computer Systems

Metropolitan State University of Denver, Denver, CO

Located in Denver, CO, Metro provided the opportunity to design your own degree. I chose to take all of the programming classes available to me because I loved them so much.

Other Technical Skills


Desktop PC’s and Laptops, MACs, Mobile Devices, Basic Server Administration, Basic Networking, Printers, VOIP systems, Mobile Devices/Tablets.


ITAM Asset Manager, Skype for Business, Active Directory, Dameware Remote Desktop Software, LogMeIn, Bomgar, Remedy AR System, SCCM 2012 Client and Console, Windows Environment, MS Office, Adobe Suite, Oracle, PL/SQL, PsTools, Citrix client, PGP and BitLocker encryption.

Professional Experience

IT Support Specialist

2017 - 2022

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, MO

  • Included on a team of 6 support specialists to deliver Tier II onsite technical support for approximately 1200 users at the Kansas City home office.
  • Translated complex technical issues into digestible language for non-technical users and internal software developers.
  • Training of internal customers to reduce frustration and improve customer satisfaction.
  • Resolved diverse range of technical issues across multiple systems and applications for customers.

IT Support Lead

2016 - 2017

Century Communities, Inc., Greenwood Village, CO

  • Led a team of three Desktop Support Analysts in troubleshooting issues and logging and tracking tickets with clear, concise explanations in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Management of overall help desk ticket counts of 1200-1300 per month while multitasking continued new ticket averages of 50 per week.
  • Used excellent interpersonal skills as well as communication skills to support the corporate office as well as managing support for several remote construction trailers.
  • Worked directly with the VP of Information Technology to implement onboarding/offboarding process.


Below are a few projects I have been working on. Please keep in mind that they are always a work in progress. I will also be adding projects as well in the future so keep checking back!

This family-oriented media sharing app is written with an emphasis on accessability. The app hosts profiles of a family-member (like a child) and users who are a part of that profile are able to share pictures, videos, voice messages and text messages to the profile! Due to authentication, a live demo is not available at this time but one can done upon request.

Github Link
Video Demo

This addictive game uses an API pull to generate trivia questions and answers. App features extensive CSS design and includes flip tiles created in CSS. This individual project uses Redux and React to move data and use state and use multiple components for great functionality.

Github Link
Live Demo

This fun web app uses two separate API pulls to find recommendations of similar movies or TV shows based on an entry into the search bar. Previous management of peers was used to provide project management and motivation of the team. App features extensive CSS design and includes flip tiles created in CSS. This team project used Git to branch and merge each team members changes for a collaborative product.

Github Link
Live Demo

This beautiful landing page was a redesign for a current mid-mountain restaurant at the Aspen, CO ski resort. Site features the use of bootstrap, CSS3 and plain JavaScript to add lovely effects such as a parallax section and a modal. Font Awesome and Google Fonts were also used. Site was an individual project and is hosted on Netlify.

GitHub Link
Live Demo