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👨‍💻 About Me

Hi, I'm Jacob currently working at inovex. I make things and I love to solve problems using code. I´m a developer and I love turning exciting ideas into beautiful products.

You can follo me on Twitter, Behance , or GitHub.

📍 Currently

  • Senior Frontend Engineer @ inovex GmbH
  • Tech blogger
  • Open source contributor

🕠 Formerly

M.Sc. student @ Hochschule Karlsruhe 🎓

📬 Contact

Feel free to contact me. I'm always up for tech talk!


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120 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to JCofman/jc-website, JCofman/is-germany-vaccined-yet, inovex/elements and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

January 2022

Created a pull request in JCofman/jc-website that received 1 comment

feat: migrate to typescript

+31,230 −16,872 1 comment
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
inovex/elements 1 pull request
inovex/elements-example-angular 1 pull request

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