Deisi, Jun '16

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About Me

My name is Deisi Bonilla a 26 year old starting web developer currently living in Den Helder. I have a college degree in digital design but I have strong interest in information technology, have been learning to code on my own; following courses at and completed an intensive training at Codaisseur.
When I’m not busy with code or design I enjoy cooking and trying new recipes, one of my favorites things to cook is sushi but I also cook a lot of traditional mexican recipes passed down to me from my mother and grandmother. I also like to play video games such as Terraria and Minecraft, watch tv series and go cycling.

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Deisi Bonilla
Ceramstraat 54
Den Helder, 1782 CD

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ROC Kop van Noord-Holland

Diploma Staatsexamen NT2 Sep 2017

I study for the preparation for the NT2 Staatexamen and continue learning the ins and outs of the Dutch language.

Hartnell College

A.A. Associate of Arts (H.B.O. Beeldende Kunst & Vormgeving) May 2012

My study consisted of Arts and Architecture but I also study digital design where the focus was on programs like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Blender.


Kobi Digital

Email Developer/Web Designer March 6, 2017 - Present

Kobi Digital is a full-service lead generation agency backed by some of the top names in performance marketing and venture capital.
My job is to design email templates and test them so that every email looks good prior to send out, I also help setting up campaigns and providing support to our email-marketeer.

App At School

Junior Developer September 12, 2016 - January 30, 2017

In this internship I work mostly with google tools which required me to write scripts and use the AppAtSchool platform to build and expand the functionality of forms and spreadsheets.


Junior Developer Trainee June 5, 2016 - August 30, 2016

Web Development Bootcamp of 6 weeks. Worked on weekly projects in teams, and one real world project for a company invited by Codaisseur. During these 6 weeks I have gained good basic knowledge of: -Ruby on Rails -JavaScript (jQuery, React.js, Node.js. Ajax, JSON) -Databases (PostgreSQL MongoDB) -Version Control (Git, Github) -Object Oriented Programming -HTML5 and CSS3 -Bootstrap/sass -Project management


Web Design March 2, 2016- April 29, 2016

This internship focused mostly on graphics design, but I also was introduce to Wordpress and theme development. It was a great experience and I enjoyed learning to code a website on Wordpress, I found the task challenging but very satisfying. I'm more motivated in furthering my learning in programming.

Strandpaviljion Paal 17 B.V.

Horeca Medewerker June 13, 2014 - March 30, 2016

I started working in Paal 17 in the summer of 2014, it was my first job in the Netherlands. And I was very happy to work in a beautiful place with friendly people. I got to meet people from all over the world and get better acquaintance with the dutch work culture and society.

Lydia's @rt

Assistant November 10, 2015 - January 30, 2016

I volunteered in the winter for Lydia de Loos a well known artist from Den Helder, I helped organizing and building displays around the workshop as well as installing etalages.


Playground website

This was the first project I built while following the online course at I used pure HTML and CSS, the idea was to make a sort of playground where I could play around with javascript.

My CookBook (Ruby on Rails Project)

This was a group project and I was very proud that on my second week in the coding bootcamp I was able to get many essential parts of our web application (such as uploading photos, posting articles and signing up new users) running without problems.

Grouw up game (react.js).

For the final week of the bootcamp we had a group project and we built a game called growup. This was a very challenging project, specially after working with Ruby and switching to React.js was a bit uncomfortable for me. But at the end of the project I became more familiar with the workflow and syntax.

My Recipe (Ruby)

On my first week at the bootcamp I got to make a little program (pure Ruby) that runs the steps for a recipe. I was very happy to see my little program up and running and printing out the commands I gave.