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Hello, I'm Ema Suriano

About me

I started my career as a Software Developer around 2014 and this journey I learn that New and better things come out of sharing ideas with others. To fulfill this:

  • I became an Open Source Developer on Github, sharing with the community some of my personal work so then others can use them as a base for their ideas or as a a future inspiration, as well as, contributing to several Open Source Projects.
  • I started my own Tech Blog where I write about projects I’ve working on, new frameworks in the Javascript world and why I think they or taking a hard concept and explain it without buzzwords.
  • I stood on the stage and gave Talks about what I’ve been working on during the last few months. Some of them are uploaded inside my YouTube channel.

While I’m not coding I tend to share my thoughts in my Non-Tech Blog or spending endless hours in the kitchen cooking.

In case you want to get in touch with me, you can reach out to me via Twitter.

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Open Source Projects

Gatsby Starter Event Calendar

A responsive website to display information about events taking from Google Spreadsheets submitted by users.

June, 2020 · Gatsby Starter

Gatsby Starter Mate

A good looking portfolio starter for Gatsby integrated with Contentful CMS for developer and writers.

September, 2018 · Gatsby Starter

Last Articles

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Keep your Documentation updated with Cypress and Github Actions

One of my favorite ways to document projects is by adding screenshots of how it looks, to provide a quick overview of what it does and looks like. Sadly these images are quite easy to get out-dated, and I was being forced to manually update them ... In this post, how I automatize this task by using Cypress and GitHub Actions.

October 26th, 2020 · 5 min read

Dynamic Types Validation in Typescript

There is no doubt that Typescript has gained a huge adoption on the JavaScript ecosystem, and one of the great benefits it provides is the type checking of all the variables inside our code. It will check if performing any operation on a variable is possible given its type.

June 1st, 2020 · 8 min read

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