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Caleb335/README.md

Hi there 👋 I'm Caleb.

I'm a Frontend Developer and writer, I literally just build cool stuffs by implementing/transforming user interface designs to apps that are functional on the web.

Cheers! 🍸

I make use of ReactJS to translate user interfaces that are aesthetic and accessible for people. No, scratch that. I make use of Next.js, the React framework that is used for building production ready apps.

You'll find me on the internet saying stuffs about Next.js sometimes. When I mean "saying stuffs" I'm creating technical articles around Next.js and React in general.

Just getting familiar with the opensource software community. edit: I've gotten familiar with contributing to OSS on github.

PS: I and JavaScript are sworn enemies 😁

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  1. Forked from apilayer/aviationstack

    Free, Real-Time Flight Tracker & Status REST API

  2. More like a gallery housing the "year in review" articles written by folks in the tech community to serve as a form of encouragement/ginger

    JavaScript 2 4

  3. This a simple web-app implementation (a Github search client) built with GitHub's GraphQL API and vanilla.js that allows you to search for a GitHub user and see the first twenty repositories that t…

    CSS 1

  4. This repository contains all the example projects that I've used as illustrations/explainers in my articles.

    JavaScript

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December 2021

Created 5 commits in 1 repository
6 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 7
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