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Hi there 👋

My name is Milos, i am Software Engineer & SCRUM Evangelist, with experience in adding significant value to complex and large-scope projects, both on the development and project management end. Regarded for the ability to pay apt attention to details, all the while keeping in mind the big picture. Excellent in translating business requirements into operational tasks, thus facilitating the development process and bringing “reinventing the wheel” moments to a minimum.

  • 📫 You can reach me directly at
  • 💬 Ask me anything about Javascript / Typescript / Node / Dart / Flutter stack, i'll be glat to help if i can

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  1. pac Public

    PAC 2019 solution showing implementation and delivery of conference application

    TypeScript 1

  2. Flutter showcase for Prodyna folks to show Dart / Flutter power and how to start.


  3. Liferay SPA modules based on React

    Java 1

  4. eventio Public

    Application for connecting people and share events build with React+Redux+React Router...ES6/7

    JavaScript 1

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  6. Browserified version of pdfmake - 0.1.32 - created for MainLevel project purpose


876 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to ovrclk/deploy-templates, Milos5611/Milos5611, Milos5611/milosnikolic and 7 other repositories

Contribution activity

December 2022

16 contributions in private repositories Dec 1 – Dec 6

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