Who I am

Hey there! My name is Jeanette Pranin and I am a full-stack engineer with several years of experience using popular frameworks such as ReactJS, NodeJS, Python Flask and Django, and SQL/non-SQL databases. I completed both my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science at Northwestern University. I enjoy learning new skills and leading agile teams to produce seamless and performant applications.

Here are some of the companies I've worked for.

  • IBM: Cognitive Software Engineer, Agile Squad Leader, Web Application Developer
  • Zappos: Front End Development Intern
  • Northwestern: Teaching Assistant
  • Alcatel Lucent: Software Development Intern

What I Know

  • JavaScript

  • Python

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    HTML + CSS

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    React + Redux

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    .NET/C# + Vis Studio

  • Java


What I've Made

Ruby Marketing Platform

Web Application Developer
Create an internal marketing platform for the IBM Marketing Team that allows user to create campaigns and skip the hassle of generating the correct assets, documents, and paperwork. Uses ReactJS for frontend, NodeJS for backend IBM DB2 database, and Redis for caching.

Hertz iOS Application

Agile Squad Lead, iOS Developer
Build 5 new features for the Hertz iOS application previously only available on the Hertz website and resolve 200+ existing bugs in the codebase. Translate 50+ user stories from Product Owners into tickets that capture the key functionality of the product and define the technical gap. Orchestrate a team of 15 iOS, Android, and Microservices developers through agile practices, such as weekly iteration planning and daily standups

My Account for 6pm Mobile

Mobile Front End Developer
Use React and Redux to create the mobile My Account page for Zappos’s discount site, 6pm.com.

The Abacus Project

Python Developer
A museum exhibit prototype that teaches users about the abacus and its history. Uses Angular.js, Pusher, and OpenCV’s Python SDK.


Full Stack Developer
A Python/Flask app on Microsoft Azure that makes government forms more accessible. Winner of Best Civic Hack at PennApps XII hackathon.