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Evan / Age 30 / Engineer + Happy Hardcore DJ

I am a software engineer who is passionate about building high quality systems, tools, and applications.

I am continually striving for the feeling of having built something I’m proud of, something I know that I didn’t take shortcuts on, and something worth sharing. I also have a deep appreciation for modern design aesthetics and robust interaction design. The melding of form and function is my holy grail.


  1. dots Public

    A portable tool for managing a single set of dotfiles in an organized fashion

    Python 253 37

  2. User friendly tools for accessing and using PRO DJ LINK information.

    TypeScript 120 11

  3. My personal dotfiles. Uses the dots utility to manage installation and organization.

    Shell 29 5

  4. A stunningly clean theme for the rEFInd UEFI boot manager.

    1.5k 184

  5. A CLI wrapper for libkeyfinder. Making DJs lives easier.

    C++ 57 14

  6. Utility tool to set the linux VT default color palette

    C 75 13

4,577 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

September 2021

Created a pull request in getsentry/sentry that received 6 comments

Opened 43 other pull requests in 1 repository
getsentry/sentry 36 merged 5 open 2 closed
Reviewed 49 pull requests in 2 repositories
getsentry/sentry 47 pull requests
getsentry/sentry-docs 2 pull requests

Created an issue in mixxxdj/libkeyfinder that received 1 comment

Not an issue but Thank You!!

Just wanted to say, I'm really happy this project found a new home! Thank you so much for the work that's being put into this :) Thank you for remo…

1 comment
88 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 21

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