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Hello Wonderful Person, 😎

  • 🌱 I’m currently learning ways to improve my TypeScript and CSS skills!
  • πŸ‘― I’m looking to contribute to more open source projects especially if it's frontend related. πŸ˜ƒ
  • πŸ˜„ Pronouns: He/Him.
  • ⚑ Fun fact: I enjoy breakdancing, playing my cello, and Muay Thai training!

Contributor for:

  • 🦊 MetaMask
  • πŸ”₯ Vuetify
  • πŸ“— freeCodeCamp Dallas


  1. MetaMask project documentation

    JavaScript 347 428

  2. A tutorial based on the MetaMask E2E Test Dapp(decentralized app) - Will be updating to Typescript soon and finishing part 2 and 3

    JavaScript 122 218

  3. 🌐 πŸ”Œ The MetaMask browser extension enables browsing Ethereum blockchain enabled websites

    JavaScript 8.3k 3.2k

  4. Created a Solar System with WebGL & Babylon.js

    JavaScript 16 6

  5. 🚦 The official router for Vue.js

    TypeScript 2.2k 636

  6. πŸ‰ Material Component Framework for Vue

    TypeScript 34.6k 6.3k

769 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to BboyAkers/ReactProjects, BboyAkers/BlockchainFun, MetaMask/metamask-docs and 31 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2022

Opened 6 pull requests in 4 repositories

Joined the #VetsWhoCode organization


Veteran Operated 501(c)(3) focused on teaching veterans how to program with the Javascript and Serverless Web Ecosystem.

38 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 22

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