More About Me?
I am a Developer Experience Engineer and technical writer. I enjoy working on projects that help other software engineers. I'm usually the guy that make it possible for other developers to get things done faster. At Netlify, I work alongside my team to ensure that developers have access to world-class resources (blog posts, tutorial, video course, open-source repos, snippets etc) that helps improve how developers experience our products and services.
Outside work, I'm a fun loving person. I like to dance (even though I suck at it 😞). I also like to travel, meet new people, learn new cultures and try out new meals 😃.
I love simplicity so I try to keep things simple in all that I do. I'm also very particular about best practices and would always sacrifice time and effort to acheive great developer and user experiences in all my works.
You can find some of my talks, articles and projects in the sections below
In my attempt to continue to support the next generation of software developers, I write technical articles to teach web development concepts and best practices. Here are some of my popular articles
Building a Jamstack Food Ordering App with Strapi, Gridsome & Snipcart
This series will walk you through the processes of setting up your own Jamstack food ordering application and by extension any e-commerce app using modern development tools like Strapi, Gridsome and SnipcartRead More →
How to build an ecommerce site with Strapi, Vue.js, and Flutterwave
As a frontend developer, I was excited by how fast I could build backend services that communicate effortlessly with my frontend application using Strapi. So I used it to build an ecommerce site with Vue.js and Flutterwave. Read all about itRead More →
GraphQL - The Good and the Bad
GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with your existing data. GraphQL provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API as well as gives clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more.Read More →
5 Ways to Convert React Class Components to Functional Components w/ React Hooks
In the latest alpha release of React, a new concept was introduced, it is called Hooks. Hooks were introduced to React to solve many problems as explained in the introduction to Hooks session however, it primarily serves as an alternative for classes. With Hooks, we can create functional components that uses state and lifecycle methods.Read More →
I love to speak at events and conferences to share with the wider community of developers all over the world. Here are slides to some of my past conference talks
The State of Payments In Africa - (Nairobi, Kenya)
The payments ecosystem in Africa has evolved over time. We've gone from a cash-only society to an instant global payment system. In this talk, I discussed the transitional process that brought us here and how the current state of making/receiving payments in Africa has given us a share of the global economy.Talk Slides →
Building Customizable Checkout Experiences - (Lagos, Nigeria)
At the Google Developer Group summit in Lagos, I presented on this topic to help attendees better understand how to build diverse checkout experiences and customize them to suit their different user needs using FlutterwaveTalk Slides →
Accessibility first approach for product development - (Kampala, Uganda)
In this presentation, I talked about the need for building products with accessibility in mind. You will also learn the business values accrued to building for all user groups and how to go about it.Talk Slides →
We work closely with the product team at Netlify on Engineering projects and tools that further enhance our platform. Projects like Jamstack Explorers, Next on Netlify etc are all products of the DX team at Netlify.Get my resume →