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AaronC81/README.md

Hello!

I'm a Computer Science student at the University of York, currently on a placement year at ETAS working on EHOOKS, and also the Academic Events Officer for HackSoc.

Development

I mainly write code in Ruby! My favourite projects to work on are often developer tools, such as the Parlour plugin framework I created for the Sorbet type checker.

Right now I'm learning Rust, as well as trying to get better at electronics and embedded development.

Contact

If you'd like to get in touch, you can:

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  1. A type signature generator, merger and parser system for Sorbet and Ruby 3/Steep

    Ruby 34 12

  2. Convert YARD docs to Sorbet RBI and Ruby 3/Steep RBS files

    Ruby 157 8

  3. A powerful, easy-to-use, native-looking GUI library for Ruby

    Ruby 9

  4. Automate things on your Linux system

    Ruby 2

  5. Apply DidYouMean suggestions in IRB sessions

    Ruby 13

  6. An organised dumping ground for quick code projects or experiments

    Shell 2

630 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to AaronC81/parlour, AaronC81/hiloz, AaronC81/delta-m0 and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2021

AaronC81 has no activity yet for this period.

April 2021

Created a pull request in HackSoc/hacksoc.org that received 3 comments

Update talks page with Summer 2021/21 talks, and close submissions

Adds the four talks taking place this Summer term, and removes the submission link.

+43 −6 3 comments
6 contributions in private repositories Apr 18 – Apr 24

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