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👦 Oska Ng

Hi, I'm Oska - A Passionate, FullStack Developer. I have started my career from secondary school by self taught and currently able to working on multiple platform such as web, mobile, desktop app, backend, devops, game development and also arduino & rasberry-pi apps. Currently i'm also working with Dart, React, Flutter, C#, Java & Kotlin, NodeJS and Golang. I'm also play video games with friends when i'm free and to have relax too.

📫 Social

📝 Skills

  • Frontend - React, ReactNative, Flutter, C# ( Desktop & Web )
  • Game Development - Unity, [ Java & Kotlin in MinecraftAPI ]
  • Backend - NodeJS, C#, Java, Kotlin, Dart, GoLang
  • Database - Microsoft Access, MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, MongoDB
  • CI / CD - Github Actions, Gitlab Runner
  • Deployment - Heroku, AWS, Docker, Firebase ( Hosting, Functions ), Digital Ocean, Serverless, Kubernetes

🏆 Trophies


  1. digdata Public

    lightweight zero dependency object data utility

    JavaScript 4

  2. Customize your shop requirement, reward and display.


  3. autocolor Public

    Convert color code to proper syntax based on different languages


  4. personal discord toolbox bot

    Go 1

  5. geliver Public

    FrontendUI for connecting application integrated with geliver devserver.


  6. oskayuzy Public

    oskayuzy personal couple site


150 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to Oskang09/go-graph-loader, RevenueMonster/doc-v2, Oskang09/geliver-vscode and 21 other repositories

Contribution activity

December 2022

Created 2 commits in 1 repository

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