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Adrian Kosmaczewski

Adrian Kosmaczewski is a writer, a software developer and a trainer. He is a published author, and has worked as a professional software developer since 1996. Adrian holds a Master in Information Technology from the University of Liverpool. Together with Graham Lee, he is the creator of De Programmatica Ipsum.

When not coding or teaching, Adrian likes to spend time with his wife Claudia, his cat Max and his Olivetti Lettera 22 typewriter.

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  1. Template to create PDF, ePub and Kindle books with Asciidoctor

    CSS 165 48

  2. SwiftMoment Public archive

    A time and calendar manipulation library for iOS 9+, macOS 10.11+, tvOS 9+, watchOS 2+ written in Swift 4.

    Swift 1.6k 159

  3. nib2objc Public archive

    Set of tools and utilities (command line, GUI, Mac Service) to transform NIB files for the iPhone into Objective-C code files

    Objective-C 1.1k 132

  4. remproject Public archive

    The project aims to the creation of an UML tool suitable both for academia and the industry, including Ivar Jacobson's proposed extensions for Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD).

    C++ 5

216 contributions in the last year

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Contributed to appuio/appuio-cloud-docs, projectsyn/documentation, appuio/cloud-portal and 26 other repositories

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