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Hello Human! (I hope?) 👋🏽

I'm Adewale a.k.a Ace. I build so others can live.

Mostly working with Laravel, Vue and anything else needed to get the job done. I try to build useful tools as I find need for them, so if you do find something useful, don't forget to share!

I currently work at Flutterwave, a global payments platform. If you'd love to support my work, check out my Patreon or hit me up on Twitter!

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  1. It is rumored that Nigerians only know how to consume tools and not create them. Here is a curation of awesome tools built by Nigerians that can be used by anybody and from anywhere in the world.

    TypeScript 512 281

  2. Social app for devcenter members... Open to contributions and features

    PHP 215 22

  3. Display Medium Posts is a wordpress plugin that allows users display posts from on any part of their website.

    PHP 75 14

  4. An utility tool to help clear out multiple old, broken, uncompleted or abandoned repositories from your GitHub account.

    PHP 54 2

  5. 💻 :octocat: A hackathon/MVP boilerplate for laravel web applications. Start your hackathons without hassle.

    PHP 1.6k 306

  6. An easily configurable admin panel for Laravel applications.

    CSS 428 160

395 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to xvd3/quickdocs, acekyd/acekyd, acekyd/made-in-nigeria and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2021

acekyd has no activity yet for this period.

April 2021

Created 2 commits in 1 repository
3 contributions in private repositories Apr 22

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