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DanielRamosAcosta/README.md

Hi , I'm Daniel Ramos

              

  • 📚 Full-stack developer with expertise at Node, Express/Nest & React.
  • 💼 Currently working at @acidtango
  • 🔭 Developing at Wallbox installers project
  • 🌱 I’m currently learning/trying out Deno & Rust
  • 🥅 2021 Goals: Contribute more to Open Source projects
  • Fun fact: I live at the Canary Islands, and I love being in contact with the nature

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  1. aura-sdk Public

    ASUS's Aura Sync Node.js bindings

    C++ 44 7

  2. A list of companies that offer work at the Canary Islands 🇮🇨

    TypeScript 43 7

  3. Async control flow patterns using promises based on https://github.com/caolan/async

    TypeScript 4

  4. tepper Public

    Library for testing node.js HTTP servers using a fluent API.

    TypeScript 7 1

  5. swc-jest Public archive

    swc plugin

    JavaScript 6 1

  6. Fill your factorial shifts with ease

    TypeScript 8 2

1,203 contributions in the last year

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January 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in DanielRamosAcosta/tepper that received 5 comments

feat: add form support

This PR adds support for sending multipart/form-data with the following API: .sendForm({ name: "Peter", info: { surname: "Parker", }, avatar: fs.cr…

+2,281 −1,666 5 comments
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
DanielRamosAcosta/tepper 1 pull request
1 contribution in private repositories Jan 21

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