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Hi, I'm Alberto Montalesi

I'm a self taught full stack developer from Italy, currently located in Vietnam where I work on enterprise software using a stack comprised of Angular,MySQL and AWS.

Being passionate about JavaScript and the web, I wrote and published the book Complete Guide to Modern JavaScript, now at its fourth edition which I've also turned into a Course On Educative.

I also write tutorials and other (hopefully) useful articles on my website InspiredWebDev.

I'm currently creating a series where I explain how to complete several challenges from CodeWars, you can find it at this link while at the same time working on another personal project that hopefully will be released by the end of the year.

Where to find me

You can contact me on twitter @montalesi





Personal Projects I've worked on

In November 2020 I've launched a map comparison tool that allows you to draw a shape on one map and see how it compares on up to 3 other maps. screenshot


  1. A comprehensive, easy-to-follow ebook to learn everything from the basics of JavaScript to ES2022. Read more on my blog or buy it here…

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  3. Follow my tutorials and articles here: || get my book here:

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  4. List of all the Katas I have completed.

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4,022 contributions in the last year

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January 2022

Created 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
aquipa/merge-dirs 1 merged
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
stephanrauh/ngx-extended-pdf-viewer 1 open
316 contributions in private repositories Jan 1 – Jan 21

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