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Hi, I'm Tino

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I'm a Full-Stack Web Developer

  • 🌱 I’m currently learning TypeScript, Testing & CSS (always learning CSS).
  • 🥅 2021 Goals: Contribute more to Open Source projects
  • Fun fact: I love music and cars.

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HTML5 CSS3 Sass JavaScript TypeScript React Next.js Node.js MongoDB Python Java

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  1. Ever wanted to comment on a video but the uploader has comments turned off? ReComments is your go to for commenting on YouTube videos with comments turned off.

    TypeScript 3

  2. This React Progressive Web App is a full-stack MERN score keeping tool for Table Tennis matches.

    JavaScript 1

  3. This Python script takes in an exported WhatsApp chat file and using string manipulation shows some statistics about the chat in question.

    Python 1

  4. This web app uses a machine learnining model to classify images into categories of hand and facial gestures.


  5. My blog built with React.


  6. Paystack Public

    Paystack functionality demo in Next.js with TypeScript.

    TypeScript 1

5,620 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to TinoMuzambi/ReComments, TinoMuzambi/ReactBlog, TinoMuzambi/ReactPortfolio and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 19 commits in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
180 contributions in private repositories Oct 5 – Oct 18

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